Sunday, April 7, 2024:

Sunday, April 7, 2024: (Divine Mercy Sunday)
Jesus said: “My people, St. Peter and St. John went to My empty tomb and they believed in My Resurrection when they saw My garments separated. Simon Peter and Clopas also believed in My Resurrection on the road to Emmaus when they recognized Me in the breaking of the bread. Mary Magdalene was the first to see Me and she told My apostles. After these witnesses reported to My apostles about seeing Me, the rest of the apostles still did not believe in My Resurrection. So do not criticize St. Thomas for doubting because the others doubted as well until I appeared to them in the Upper Room. I told them that they believed because they saw Me, but blessed are those people who believe in My Resurrection, and they did not see Me.
Today is Divine Mercy Sunday and you have been praying your St. Faustina novena prayers since Good Friday. You also went to Confession about this time so you could receive the plenary indulgence which cleanses all punishment due to your sins. Give praise and thanks to Me for dying on the cross for you to bring you salvation, and for forgiving your sins in Confession. Encourage others to pray this novena and come to Confession for this plenary indulgence. My Divine Mercy is upon all of My faithful.”

Jesus said: “My people, I love all of you so much and I am showing you My Divine Mercy as the cornerstone of My Church. You are here to honor My Divine Mercy, and I reach out to forgive all repentant sinners. For those people who come to Confession and pray St. Faustina’s Novena, you will receive a plenary indulgence. A plenary indulgence will take away any punishment due for your sins. Take some time today to read some of St. Faustina’s diary that speaks about My Divine Mercy and the graces you obtain by praying in front of My Divine Mercy picture, and before My Blessed Sacrament. Give praise and thanks to Me for forgiving all of your sins.”