Our time of separation continues. These are indeed challenging times for all of us: trying to balance family, employment, farms and a myriad of societal changes. Our reflection looks at the ideas behind the “Divine Mercy Sunday” and provides just a small look at St. Faustina.
We hope you have taken a moment to look at the prayers and readings for this week. We also hope you might take a minute or two to do a little research on St. Faustina aand why so many find comfort in her writings and the Chaplet that has eveloved.
“Living with Christ” (https://www.livingwithchrist.ca/index.php/intentions) is making the prayers, readings and other assistance available during this time.
Here are some resources for Divine Mercy Chaplet
Contemporary Sung Meditation version
There are many other versions and formats available. A simple search will open a world of options.
Blessings to you and your family. Take care of yourself. Take care of your neighbour. God bless!