Divine Mercy Novena

DIVINE MERCY DEVOTION MISSION STATEMENT

The Divine Mercy devotion is a modern devotion to the attributes of God’s infinite Mercy that was promulgated by St. Faustina Kowalska in Poland and later to the Universal Church by Pope St. John Paul II (“The Mercy Pope”).

This devotion is multifaceted and has many different components:  it involves a divinely inspired painting of Jesus with attached promises for its veneration, vocal prayers (the Divine Mercy chaplet and Divine Mercy Novena), a book (The Diary of St. Faustina Kowalska), a Holy Hour (3 o’clock), and a solemn feast day with attached indulgences on Divine Mercy Sunday.

We prepare for the great celebration of Divine Mercy Sunday (the Sunday following Easter Sunday) by praying the Divine Mercy Novena beginning on Good Friday.  Divine Mercy Sunday Holy Mass is followed at 3 pm with Veneration of the Divine Mercy Image and Benediction.

Please come and learn more about God’s merciful love and how this devotion can enrich your life and the lives of those you love.

For more information please contact Norma McIntyre at 912-571-9312 or at tkintyre@comcast.net.

The Diocese of Savannah has released the Directives for Palm Sunday and Holy Week. The public celebration of Mass will continue to be suspended through Holy Week until notice is given that the faithful may again attend Mass. This means that we are to continue with NO PUBLIC MASSES, including daily and weekend Masses, Palm Sunday and Holy Week. We will be live streaming these Masses and daily 8:15 am Masses. Please click StWilliamSSIGA in bold blue on the “Live Streaming” link on our webpage to participate in Masses from your home.Contact us online.
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