“EVERYDAY MIRACLES OF THE DIVINE MERCY
LETTER FROM IRELAND
“I had never heard of the Divine Mercy, or St Faustina, until one day in despair I was passing the Pro Cathedral in Dublin and stopped and went in. On a table at the rear of the church there were some leaflets, ‘A message of hope for the addicted’ and ‘Novena and Chaplet to the Divine Mercy’ both of which I took with me and read in a seat, after reading them I put them in my pocket, said some prayers and left.
I HAD BEEN AWAY FROM THE CHURCH AND MASS FOR MANY YEARS
At that time my life was one of total despair, and although I did believe in God and was a catholic, I had been away from the church and Mass for many years.
My marriage had broken up, I let my business slide and now I was in deep financial difficulties. I was smoking and drinking very heavily and really felt depressed, except I didn’t know what to call it at the time. I knew I just wanted to lie down and die. Eventually I lost everything, my home, my friends, my self respect. I was homeless and desperate but I started to recite the Chaplet of Mercy and felt compelled to look for more information on the Divine Mercy and St Faustina and Fr Sopocko.
MY LIFE CHANGED COMPLETELY
I got the Diary [of St Faustina] and started to read it. As each day went by I felt more and more drawn into the Divine Mercy message, and I felt it asked me to intercede for others so I started reciting the Chaplet for souls who are crying out for mercy. In time, I began to trust in God’s Mercy and my life changed completely and I became a new person. The leaflets I picked up that day which led me to Divine Mercy really saved me from destruction, of this I have no doubt.
PART OF MY LIFE
Today Divine Mercy has become a part of my life and I try as much as I can to promote the Divine Mercy message and intercede for all who need His mercy.
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– This article was published in the “Divine Mercy Newsletter” 2013 Vol.71. For more information and testimonies, please write to: Divine Mercy Publications, Maryville, Skerries, Co. Dublin, Ireland. Tel. (00353) 1 8491458.
FINDING THE PRAYERS OF THE DIVINE MERCY:
For the Divine Mercy prayers
• (Chaplet), please put “Chaplet of Divine Mercy” into this blog’s search facility;
• (Novena) please enter “Novena of the Divine Mercy” for the complete
set of Divine Mercy Novena prayers 1-9 in reverse order;
• (Litany) please enter “Litany of Divine Mercy”.
• For a run-down of the entire Divine Mercy devotions, excerpts from St Faustina’s diary and a selection of prayers by St Faustina, please enter “St Faustina diary”.