Divine Mercy Statue


Divine Mercy is a relatively new Catholic devotion based upon the writings of Saint Faustina Kowalska, a Polish religious sister who died in 1838. Although her writings and revelations were initially not accepted by the Church, due to faulty translations, they were fully approved during the Pontificate of Pope John Paul II, as the troubling passages were correctly translated.

Pope John Paul II approved Divine Mercy in its entirety, and even established a universal feast of Divine Mercy, which is held the first Sunday after Easter. This devotion reminds us of God’s unending mercy for our sins, and the ease of seeking forgiveness and reconciliation.

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