Divine Mercy Chaplet Prayed at Conclusion of 11:30 Mass This Sunday
Those attending the 11:30 Mass this Sunday are invited to sit tight for a few minutes, immediately following, to pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet. The Chaplet is powerful and brings several graces to those who pray it. Father Arthur has graciously elected to exchange preaching for prayer, forgoing his homily to allow time for the Chaplet instead.
To learn more about the Divine Mercy Chaplet, you might enjoy reading the Reflections of: Father Artur Marat, Deacon Paul Onischuk and/or Deacon Jerry Brennan, or watching Deacon Paul’s YouTube video about his “Divine Mercy Delivered” ministry.
Deacon Paul will provide Divine Mercy prayer cards to those who attend, following the 11:30 Mass. If you’d like to learn how to pray the Chaplet, see below.
Those not attending the 11:30 Mass are invited to watch the Mass and Divine Mercy Chaplet via video livestream on our YouTube or Facebook Channels. We normally don’t livestream the 11:30 Mass but decided to do so this Sunday so our faith community pray this powerful Chaplet together.
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