Sunday of Divine Mercy

One day, I heard these words: “My Daughter, tell the whole world of My unfathomable mercy. I want the Feast of Mercy to be a refuge and sanctuary for all souls, and especially for poor sinners. On that day the depths of My mercy are open; I pour out a whole sea of graces on souls that approach the fount of My mercy. Any soul that makes its Confession and receives Holy Communion will have its sins and its punishment completely remitted. On that day are open all the Divine floodgates through which graces flow; let no soul fear to approach Me, even if its sins be as scarlet. My mercy is so great that through all eternity no mind, neither human nor angelic, shall fathom it. Everything that exists has come forth from the depths of My mercy. Every soul in its relation with Me shall contemplate the whole of My love and mercy for all eternity. The Feast of Mercy has come from My depths, and I want it celebrated officially on the first Sunday after Easter. Mankind shall not know peace until it turns to the fount of My mercy.” (D. 699).