The prayer that Jesus desired

Known in all languages and dialects, simple, quick, and extremely effective for those who trust God and show mercy. On September 13 and 14, we are celebrating the 86th anniversary of the revelation of the chaplet to the Divine Mercy to St. Faustina, which took place in Vilnius. In seven fragments of the Diary, we can read about the graces that the Lord Jesus associated with reciting this chaplet. Saint Faustina herself repeatedly mentions situations in which this prayer was accompanied by her and describes the graces she experienced by saying it. Among them, the grace of a happy and peaceful death deserves special attention (for those who will be pray it or for dying for who others will pray it ).

Humility, perseverance and a subject of prayer in accordance with God's will are necessary when we recommend all other things that bother us and which we want to immerse in God's Mercy. Jesus himself assures us: It pleases Me to grant everything they ask of Me by saying the chaplet. When hardened sinners say it, I will fill their souls with peace, and the hour of their death will be a happy one (Diary 1541). And in another passage: Oh, what great graces I will grant to souls who say this chaplet; the very depths of My tender mercy are stirred for the sake of those who say the chaplet (Diary 848).

In our Sanctuary, the Chaplet of Divine Mercy is recited together every day after the morning Holy Mass, as well as after the prayer at the Hour of Mercy and during the evening service (in September). We invite you to pray with us.