Divine Mercy Sunday and Novena
Jesus appeared to St. Faustina in the 1930s, teaching her about His unfathomable mercy and asking that the Sunday after Easter be designated as Divine Mercy Sunday. Jesus said to her, “On that day, all the divine floodgates through which graces flow are opened.” Those who go to confession and receive Holy Communion on that day will be granted complete forgiveness of their sins and punishment.
Join us in preparing for this day by praying the Divine Mercy Novena from Good Friday to Divine Mercy Sunday, April 28.
Divine Mercy Novena at St. Bernard’s:
April 19, Good Friday:
3 pm in the church (following Stations of the Cross)
April 20– April 27: 3 pm in the Good Shepherd Chapel
To learn more, please see the brochures in the commons.