The Chaplet of the Divine Mercy is a Roman Catholic devotion based on the visions of Polish nun and canonized saint, Sister Mary Faustina Kowalska (1905-1938), known as "the Apostle of Mercy." The chaplet is often said as a rosary-based prayer with the same set of rosary beads used for reciting the Holy Rosary or the Chaplet of Holy Wounds. However, the chaplet may also be said without beads, usually by counting prayers on the fingertips.
According to Sister Faustina's visions, written in her diary, the chaplet's prayers for mercy are threefold: to obtain mercy, to trust in Christ's mercy, and to show mercy to others. Still, according to Sister Faustina's visions, Jesus Christ promised that all who recite this chaplet at the hour of death or in the presence of the dying will receive great mercy. Jesus said, "....When they say this Chaplet in the presence of the dying, I will stand between My Father and the dying not as the just judge but as the Merciful Savior." Jesus also promised that anything can be obtained with this prayer if it is compatible with His will.
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Christian Prayer, This video is Part 2 of the Divine Mercy Chaplet.
It is prayed daily at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy in Stockbridge, MA. In the Philippines, Singapore and Hong Kong the "3 o'clock Prayer" is broadcast on radio broadcasting & television stations daily at 3:00 p.m. Sister Faustina recounts in her diary that, in her vision, she saw an angel sent to a city to destroy it. Sister Faustina began to pray for God's mercy on the city and felt the strong presence of the Trinity. After she prayed the internally-instructed prayers, the angel was powerless to harm the city. In subsequent revelations, Sister Faustina learned that the prayers she spoke were to be taught to all the people of the world.
According to Roman Catholic tradition, the chaplet may be said at any time, but it is said especially on Divine Mercy Sunday and Fridays at 3:00 PM. In 2000, Pope John Paul II ordained the Sunday after Easter Divine Mercy Sunday, where Roman Catholics remember the institution of the Sacrament of Penance. The hour Jesus died by crucifixion, 3:00 PM (15:00), is called the Hour of Mercy. More....*******en.wikipedia****/wiki/Chaplet_of_Divine_Mercy
Angelina was just 15 when she filmed this video. Our bags were packed and in the lobby of the hotel in Rome. The director came by to say goodbye and happened to spot this beautiful fountain out in the courtyard. He beckoned Angelina to come out one more time for a quick take (recording). Forty-five minutes later with a taxi running this is the footage he shot! One of the more exciting moments of three long weeks of shooting 10 seperate music videos. "Let the weak, sinful soul have no fear to approach me. For even if that soul had sinned more than there are grains of sand in the world, All will be drowned in the immeasurable depths of My Mercy." (St. Faustina's Diary, entry 1059) Jesus, I Trust In You!
No mercy (ZI CARLOS & G.E COLLECTION)
OM 1-BORDEAUX 0 (MERCI CHAMAKH)
Adriana Rusu - Tainted Love& Mercy cover
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The Lord’s mercy is both eternal and precious to the salvation of His children. Without mercy, there would be no sacrifice at Calvary - for the sacrifice was the greatest expression of love and mercy that one could ever make. An act of mercy is one of compassion, where the forgiveness to those in need is possible.
As sinners, we are in need of Christ. His love and sacrifice for us; takes us away from the snares of Satan’s power in eternal death, and brings us the light & life of righteousness at the advent of the Lord’s Second Coming.
Thank You Lord for Your mercy!
Mercy to the worlds - peace be upon him - Rahma Llalameen English Version
Divine Mercy Sunday comes right after Easter Sunday to highlight the fact that the Redemption is the ultimate act of mercy by Our Lord. Listen to Father as he unfolds the manifold teachings of our Holy Church on God's Mercy on this great feast of mercy.
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Divine Mercy Sunday 2009