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"But you, our God, are good and true, slow to anger, and governing all with mercy."

(Wisdom 15:1)


Introduction

The Divine Mercy devotion is associated with Sister Faustina, a nun from Poland who is said to have received messages from Christ in the 1930's. Her writings concerning these messages especially speak of the Lord's great mercy to sinners and His supposed desire that persons trust in his mercy.

Originally, the spreading of the Divine Mercy images and writings was prohibited, but Karol Cardinal Wojtyla (the future Pope John Paul II), also of Poland, was "primarily responsible for the reversal of this decision." In response to Sister Faustina's writings, Pope John Paul II also declared that the Sunday after Easter would be called "Divine Mercy Sunday" and a plenary indulgence was decreed (try here for more information). In 2000, Pope John Paul II canonized Sister Faustina.

In addition to "Divine Mercy Sunday", various practices are associated with the Devotion to Divine Mercy. For example:

* Veneration of the Divine Mercy Image (see below)

* Recitation of the Divine Mercy Chaplet (see below)

* Honoring the "Hour of Great Mercy" (see below)

* Recitation of the "Divine Mercy Novena" (see below)

Catholics should note that although St. Faustina wrote extensively on Christ's great mercy, she did not fail to mention His justice [as Scripture says "For mercy and anger alike are with him" (Sirach 5:7)]. For example, her diary speaks of chastisement (#39), hell (#43), mortal sin (#41), of a deceased religious sister "all in flames" (#58), of the "great crowd of suffering souls" in purgatory (#20), and that "even the smallest transgressions will have to be accounted for" (#36). Her diary also indicates that Christ said: "...woe to them if they do not recognize this time of My visitation" (#1160) and that "...[sinners] perish in such great numbers" (#1396) and that there are certain lukewarm souls that He "cannot stand" (#1702). [Note: References herein are to paragraphs in St. Faustina's Diary.]

Although "negative" portions of her writings such as those indicated above are often neglected, they are clearly part of her complete message. Therefore, we are encouraged to repent and make satisfaction for our sins - to take advantage of this "time of mercy" before it will be too late for mercy. While we are to seek out & appreciate the Lord's mercy, we must not become presumptuous. We must make a complete conversion and abhor every sin.

It should be noted that in this age of "political correctness", other parts of her message have also been downplayed. Significantly, it should be noted that her Divine Mercy Novena - which is taken directly from her diary and supposedly contains the actual words of Jesus - has been changed by "moderns" to eliminate "offensive" words (e.g. "heretics", "schismatics", etc.), even though such words supposedly came from Christ. [Note that use of such 'offensive' words is scriptural - e.g. "After a first and second warning, break off contact with a heretic, realizing that such a person is perverted and sinful and stands self-condemned." (Ti. 3:10-11, emphasis added)].

In general, some "moderns" many tend to distort the message of the Lord's mercy and lead persons into presumption. Clearly, while one must appreciate & seek out the great mercy of the Lord, one must not be presumptuous. As we are told in Holy Scripture: 

"Of forgiveness be not overconfident, adding sin upon sin. Say not: 'Great is his mercy; my many sins he will forgive.' For mercy and anger alike are with him; upon the wicked alights his wrath. Delay not your conversion to the LORD, put it not off from day to day; For suddenly his wrath flames forth; at the time of vengeance, you will be destroyed." (Sirach 5:5-9)

It is clear that the message proceeding Christ's public teaching, "Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand!" (Mt. 3:2), is just as applicable now as it was then. While we know that Christ can forgive all sins, we must realize that now is the time for mercy, now is the time to stop sinning and to repent of past sins. We must not wait until it is too late, when mercy will no longer be possible, and when our sins may plunge us into hell.

Footnote Q & A


Q. Are Catholics obliged to believe that Christ spoke to St. Faustina? 

A. No. Private revelations are not binding on Catholics. Although the Church may rule a devotion "worthy of belief", it is true that readers may have difficulty (or even serious difficulty) with certain aspects of Sister Faustina's writings [e.g. where her diary speaks of her not having to fear judgment as she will not be judged (#374), where her diary tells that her chastity should be "greater than that of the Angels" (#534, emphasis added), where her diary says that Christ assured her "of a permanent income" on which she will live (#548), where her diary says that Christ offered to create a new world for Sister Faustina to live in if she wished Him to do so (#587), where her diary speaks of Christ - who was able to bear the Passion near the gaze of his weeping Mother - not being able to bear Sister Faustina's tears (#928), where her diary claims that Christ united Himself with her so intimately "as with no other creature" (#707), that Christ is supposed to have said that mankind should "snuggle close" to Christ's merciful Heart (#1074), that Christ is said to have called Sr. Faustina a "sweet grape" and that He "want(s) others to have a share in the juice that is flowing within" her (#393), that Sister Faustina directly says that someone "suffered because of my sanctity" (#1571) and writes that Christ said "Of course you are a saint" (#1571), that Christ is supposed to have told Sister Faustina to tell the Superior General that she (Sister Faustina) was "the most faithful daughter in the Order" (#1130), that Christ is said to have asked Sister Faustina questions such as "My daughter, do you need anything?" (#1682) and "What are you doing here so early?" (#1705), that Our Lord is supposed to have referred to the Apostle's Creed as "the I believe in God" (#476), and that Christ supposedly said that all creatures "whether they know it or not, and whether they want to or not, always fulfill my will" (which would have to include Lucifer & Adam & Eve, all Satanists, all abortionists, all those who reject & blaspheme Him, etc.). For more on this topic try User-Submitted Article: "What's Up With Faustina's Divine Mercy Devotion? Unanswered Questions & Things You May Not Know"] and that Catholics may also have difficulty with the fact that the devotion is so heavily promoted by the Protestant-inspired charismatic movement, that it may promote Communion in the hand (#44, #160), that writings associated with this devotion were on the Index of Forbidden Books before Vatican II, and that devotees of this devotion may "replace" the Holy Rosary with the chaplet of Divine Mercy (said on rosary beads) - even though our Blessed Mother requested the Rosary in an extraordinary, approved apparition witnessed by thousands just a few years previously (at Fatima). Furthermore, there is concern that this more recent devotion often "eclipses" the traditional, unmistakably Catholic devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus (note that Protestants, who generally reject traditional images of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, have been known to make use of the Divine Mercy image). Regardless of these difficulties and concerns, however, we already know that Christ's mercy is great, as indicated in Holy Scripture and especially as evidenced by his death upon the cross for sinners. Certainly, a special "vision from God" has never been necessary for Catholics to know this truth.

Additional Information

As indicated above, in addition to the feast of Divine Mercy (in the Novus Ordo calendar), various practices are associated with Faustina's devotion to Divine Mercy. The following contains information regarding some of the practices.

Veneration of the Divine Mercy Image

Sister Faustina claimed that Christ promised special graces* to those who venerate her Divine Mercy image. It should be noted that there are various versions of the "Divine Mercy" image. According to St. Faustina, Christ requested that the image be painted and venerated. The original was painted under St. Faustina's direction and contains an image of Christ on a dark background with a white garment, with His right hand raised and emanating red and white rays. Her diary states that Christ instructed that the image contain the line "Jesus, I trust in You". Reminder: Catholics should NOT neglect to venerate the Sacred Heart image, an unmistakably Catholic image! (click here) [*Note: For issues with Faustina's Divine Mercy image & alleged promises, try user-submitted article here]

Recitation of the Divine Mercy Chaplet 

St. Faustina claimed that Christ requested the recitation of a Divine Mercy chaplet on ordinary Rosary beads (#476). Those praying the chaplet proceed as follows:

Said at the beginning (click on underlined link for text): Our Father, Hail Mary, and Apostles' Creed

Recited on each large bead (the Our Father beads): Eternal Father, I offer you the Body and Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Your Dearly Beloved Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, in atonement for our sins and those of the whole world.

Recited on each small bead (the Hail Mary beads): For the sake of His sorrowful Passion, have mercy on us and on the whole world.

Said at the conclusion (three times): Holy God, Holy Mighty One, Holy Immortal One, have mercy on us and on the whole world.

Reminder: Those who say the Divine Mercy chaplet should NOT neglect to pray the Rosary daily! (click here)

The 3:00 Hour: Honoring the "Hour of Great Mercy"

It is a pious practice of Catholics to honor the 3:00 hour each afternoon - the time of Christ's death on the Cross. St. Faustina's diary contains the following prayer which may be said each day at 3:00 p.m. (#1319)

You expired, Jesus, but the source of life gushed forth for souls, and the ocean of mercy opened up for the whole world. O Fount of Life, unfathomable Divine Mercy, envelop the whole world and empty Yourself out upon us. [O Blood and water, which gushed forth from the Heart of Jesus as a fount of mercy for us, I trust in You. Amen.]

Recitation of the "Divine Mercy Novena"

St. Faustina's diary includes the following novena, said by devotees in preparation for Divine Mercy Sunday. Those saying the novena would begin on Good Friday. 

The following is the text of the "Novena to the Divine Mercy" which is contained in St. Faustina's Diary (beginning at paragraph #1209). Reminder: As indicated above, some versions of this novena have been altered by certain "moderns" who have eliminated "offensive" words from the novena (e.g. heretics, schismatics, "prison of Purgatory", etc.), even though such words supposedly came from Christ. The translation below is a more complete and faithful version which retains these words Faustina attributes to Jesus that they deem "offensive".

Day 1 (Good Friday)

Today, bring to Me all mankind, especially all sinners, and immerse them in the ocean of My mercy. In this way you will console Me in the bitter grief into which the loss of souls plunges Me.

Most Merciful Jesus, whose very nature it is to have compassion on us and to forgive us, do not look upon our sins but upon the trust which we place in Your infinite goodness. Receive us all into the abode of Your Most Compassionate Heart, and never let us escape from It. We beg this of You by Your love which unites You to the Father and the Holy Spirit.

Oh omnipotence of Divine Mercy, salvation of sinful people, You are a sea of mercy and compassion; You aid those who entreat You with humility.

Eternal Father, turn Your merciful gaze upon all mankind and especially upon poor sinners, all enfolded in the Most Compassionate Heart of Jesus. For the sake of His sorrowful Passion, show us Your mercy, that we may praise the omnipotence of Your mercy forever and ever. Amen.

Day 2 (Holy Saturday)

Today bring to Me the souls of priests and religious, and immerse them in My unfathomable mercy. It was they who gave Me the strength to endure My bitter Passion. Through them, as through channels, My mercy flows out upon mankind.

Most Merciful Jesus, from whom comes all that is good, increase Your grace in us, that we may perform worthy works of mercy, and that all who see us may glorify the Father of Mercy who is in heaven. 

The fountain of God's love dwells in pure hearts, bathed in the Sea of Mercy, radiant as stars, bright as the dawn.

Eternal Father, turn Your merciful gaze upon the company of chosen ones in Your vineyard - upon the souls of priests and religious; and endow them with the strength of Your blessing. For the love of the Heart of Your Son, in which they are enfolded, impart to them Your power and light, that they may be able to guide others in the way of salvation and with one voice sing praise to Your boundless mercy for ages without end. Amen.

Day 3 (Easter Sunday)

Today bring to Me all devout and faithful souls, and immerse them in the ocean of My mercy. These souls brought me consolation on the Way of the Cross. They were that drop of consolation in the midst of an ocean of bitterness.

Most Merciful Jesus, from the treasury of Your mercy, You impart Your graces in great abundance to each and all. Receive us into the abode of Your Most Compassionate Heart and never let us escape from It. We beg this grace of You by that most wondrous love for the heavenly Father with which Your Heart burns so fiercely.

The miracles of mercy are impenetrable. Neither the sinner nor just one will fathom them. When You cast upon us an eye of pity, You draw us all closer to Your love.

Eternal Father, turn Your merciful gaze upon faithful souls, as upon the inheritance of Your Son. For the sake of His sorrowful Passion, grant them Your blessing and surround them with Your constant protection. Thus may they never fail in love or lose the treasure of the holy faith, but rather, with all the hosts of Angels and Saints, may they glorify Your boundless mercy for endless ages. Amen.

Day 4 (Easter Monday)

Today bring to Me the pagans and those who do not yet know me. I was thinking also of them during My bitter Passion, and their future zeal comforted My Heart. Immerse them in the ocean of My mercy.

Most Compassionate Jesus, You are the Light of the whole world. Receive into the abode of Your Most Compassionate Heart the souls of pagans who as yet do not know You. Let the rays of Your grace enlighten them that they, too, together with us, may extol Your wonderful mercy; and do not let them escape from the abode which is Your Most Compassionate Heart.

May the light of Your love enlighten the souls in darkness; Grant that these souls will know You and, together with us, praise Your mercy.

Eternal Father, turn Your merciful gaze upon the souls of pagans and of those who as yet do not know You, but who are enclosed in the Most Compassionate Heart of Jesus. Draw them to the light of the Gospel. These souls do not know what great happiness it is to love You. Grant that they, too, may extol the generosity of Your mercy for endless ages. Amen.

Day 5 (Tuesday After Easter/Easter Tuesday)

Today bring to Me the souls of heretics and schismatics, and immerse them in the ocean of My mercy. During My bitter Passion they tore at My Body and Heart; that is, My Church. As they return to unity with the Church, My wounds heal, and in this way they alleviate My Passion.

Most Merciful Jesus, Goodness Itself, You do not refuse light to those who seek it of You. Receive into the abode of Your Most Compassionate Heart the souls of heretics and schismatics. Draw them by Your light into the unity of the Church, and do not let them escape from the abode of Your Most Compassionate Heart; but bring it about that they, too, come to adore the generosity of Your mercy.

Even for those who have torn the garment of Your unity, a fount of mercy flows from Your Heart. The omnipotence of Your mercy, Oh God, can lead these souls also out of error.

Eternal Father, turn Your merciful gaze upon the souls of heretics and schismatics, who have squandered Your blessings and misused Your graces by obstinately persisting in their errors. Do not look upon their errors, but upon the love of Your own Son and upon His bitter Passion, which He underwent for their sake, since they, too, are enclosed in the Most Compassionate Heart. Bring it about that they also may glorify Your great mercy for endless ages. Amen.

Day 6 (Wednesday After Easter/Easter Wednesday)

Today bring to Me the meek and humble souls and the souls of little children, and immerse them in My mercy. These souls most closely resemble My Heart. They strengthened Me during My bitter agony. I saw them as earthly Angels, who would keep vigil at My altars. I pour out upon them whole torrents of grace. Only the humble soul is able to receive My grace. I favor humble souls with My confidence.

Most Merciful Jesus, You Yourself have said, "Learn from Me for I am meek and humble of heart." Receive into the abode of Your Most Compassionate Heart all meek and humble souls and the souls of little children. These souls send all heaven into ecstasy, and they are the heavenly Father's favorites. They are a sweet-smelling bouquet before the throne of God; God Himself takes delight in their fragrance. These souls have a permanent abode in Your Most Compassionate Heart, O Jesus, and they unceasingly sing out a hymn of love and mercy.

A truly gentle and humble soul already here on earth the air of paradise breathes, and in the fragrance of her humble heart The Creator Himself delights.

Eternal Father, turn Your merciful gaze upon meek souls, upon humble souls, and upon little children, who are enfolded in the abode which is the Most Compassionate Heart of Jesus. These souls bear the closest resemblance to Your Son. Their fragrance rises from the earth and reaches Your very throne. Father of mercy and of all goodness, I beg You by the love You bear these souls and by the delight You take in them: Bless the whole world, that all souls together may sing out the praises of Your mercy for endless ages. Amen.

Day 7 (Thursday After Easter/Easter Thursday) *

Today bring to Me the souls who especially venerate and glorify My mercy, and immerse them in My mercy. These souls sorrowed most over My Passion and entered most deeply into My Spirit. They are living images of My Compassionate Heart. These souls will shine with a special brightness in the next life. Not one of them will go into the fire of hell. I shall particularly defend each one of them at the hour of death.*

Most Merciful Jesus, whose Heart is Love Itself, receive into the abode of Your Most Compassionate Heart the souls of those who particularly extol and venerate the greatness of Your mercy. These souls are mighty with the very power of God Himself. In the midst of all afflictions and adversities they go forward, confident of Your mercy. These souls are united to Jesus and carry all mankind on their shoulders. These souls will not be judged severely, but Your mercy will embrace them as they depart from this life.*

A soul who praises the goodness of her Lord is especially loved by Him. She is always close to the living fountain and draws graces from Mercy Divine.

Eternal Father, turn Your merciful gaze upon the souls who glorify and venerate Your greatest attribute*, that of Your fathomless mercy, and who are enclosed in the Most Compassionate Heart of Jesus. These souls are a living Gospel; their hands are full of deeds of mercy, and their spirits, overflowing with joy, sing a canticle of mercy to You, O Most High! I beg You O God: Show them Your mercy according to the hope and trust they have placed in You. Let there be accomplished in them the promise of Jesus, who said to them, I Myself will defend as My own glory, during their lifetime, and especially at the hour of their death, those souls who will venerate My fathomless mercy.*

[* Note: For doctrinal issues concerning the above, see user article here]

Day 8 (Friday After Easter/Easter Friday)

Today bring to Me the souls who are in the prison of Purgatory, and immerse them in the abyss of My mercy. Let the torrents of My Blood cool down their scorching flames. All these souls are greatly loved by Me. They are making retribution to My justice. It is in your power to bring them relief. Draw all the indulgences from the treasury of My Church and offer them on their behalf. Oh, if you only knew the torments they suffer, you would continually offer for them the alms of the spirit and pay off their debt to My justice.

Most Merciful Jesus, You Yourself have said that You desire mercy; so I bring into the abode of Your Most Compassionate Heart the souls in Purgatory, souls who are very dear to You, and yet, who must make retribution to Your justice. May the streams of Blood and Water which gushed forth from Your Heart put out the flames of the purifying fire, that in that place, too, the power of Your mercy may be praised.

From the terrible heat of the cleansing fire raises a plaint to Your mercy, and they receive comfort, refreshment, relief in the stream of mingled Blood and Water.

Eternal Father, turn Your merciful gaze upon the souls suffering in Purgatory, who are enfolded in the Most Compassionate Heart of Jesus. I beg You, by the sorrowful Passion of Jesus Your Son, and by all the bitterness with which His most sacred Soul was flooded, manifest Your mercy to the souls who are under Your just scrutiny. Look upon them in no other way than through the Wounds of Jesus, Your dearly beloved Son; for we firmly believe that there is no limit to Your goodness and compassion. Amen.

Day 9 (Saturday After Easter/Easter Saturday)

Today bring to Me souls who have become lukewarm, and immerse them in the abyss of My mercy. These souls wound My Heart most painfully. My soul suffered the most dreadful loathing in the Garden of Olives because of lukewarm souls. They were the reason I cried out: 'Father, take this cup away from Me, if it be Your will.' For them, the last hope of salvation is to flee to My mercy.

Most Compassionate Jesus, You are Compassion Itself. I bring lukewarm souls into the abode of Your Most Compassionate Heart. In this fire of Your pure love, let these tepid souls, who, like corpses, filled You with such deep loathing, be once again set aflame. O Most Compassionate Jesus, exercise the omnipotence of Your mercy and draw them into the very ardor of Your love; and bestow upon them the gift of holy love, for nothing is beyond Your power.

Fire and ice cannot be joined; Either the fire dies, or the ice melts, but by Your mercy, O God, You can make up for all that is lacking.

Eternal Father, turn Your merciful gaze upon lukewarm souls who are nonetheless enfolded in the Most Compassionate Heart of Jesus. Father of Mercy, I beg You by the bitter Passion of Your Son and by His three-hour agony on the Cross: Let them, too, glorify the abyss of Your mercy...

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