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In the Jubilee Year 2000, Pope John Paul II established at the Mass for the Canonisation of St. Faustina Kowalska, the Second Sunday of Easter as Divine Mercy Sunday. St. Faustina received visions from Jesus, including one of Jesus wearing a white garment with beams of red and white coming from His heart, which came to be known as the image of Divine Mercy. Divine Mercy Sunday focuses on the gift of mercy and love given through Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection. As Pope John Paul II stated, “Divine Mercy reaches human beings through the heart of Christ crucified.” You are invited to join Fr Nathan for Holy Hour in St. Joseph’s Church this Sunday (7th April) at 3pm. The hour of the Lord Jesus' death, 3pm, is a privileged time as regards the devotion to the Divine Mercy. After the Exposition, the Divine Mercy Chaplet will be prayed. Reconciliation will take place before the Benediction.


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