The Divine Mercy Novena can easily become lost in the jam-packed observances of Holy Week. The Novena begins today, Good Friday, and ends on Divine Mercy Sunday, the Sunday after Easter. The Divine Mercy novena is a wonderful way to remember the promises of loving mercy that Jesus shared with us through Sister Faustina. If you are interested in learning more about this tradition and how to pray the chaplet using a standard rosary, check out these links:
Chaplet of Divine Mercy @ EWTN
The Divine Mercy Chaplet @ Catholicity
Last year we prayed the novena together as a family instead of our usual decade of the rosary. If your children need a more hands on visual to help pray the chaplet, there are some great resources out there!
Divine Mercy Chaplet Coloring Page @ Wee Little Miracles
Pop Out Chaplet Decade @ Look to Him and Be Radiant
Divine Mercy Counter @ Catholic Icing
Divine Mercy Chaplet Craft @ Making Music, Praying Twice
Divine Mercy Novena and Chaplet Printable Prayer Ring @ The Diary of a Sower
And when the novena is over, there are so many fun ways to celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday!
Divine Mercy @ Catholic Playground
Divine Mercy @ Catholic Inspired
Divine Mercy Sundae @ Catholic Icing
Divine Mercy Fruit Tray @ A Slice of Smith Life
Divine Mercy Pancakes @ Catholic Cuisine
Schoolwork & Crafts:
Watercolor Art Page @ Look to Him and Be RadiantToilet Paper Roll Craft @ Catholic Icing
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