This helpful guide was introduced on October 5, 2012 (St. Faustina’s feast day) at a Divine Mercy Healing Service and Conference in McAllen, Texas. Since then they have been utilized at events across the country including the Divine Mercy Parish Leaders Congress for the Diocese of Oakland, the March for Life in Washington, DC and Mercy Sunday weekend at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.
On one occasion I heard these words in my soul, Make a novena for your country. This novena will consist of the recitation of the Litany of the Saints. (Diary, 59)
The Lord said to me today: Go to the Superior and tell her that I want all the sisters and wards to say the chaplet which I have taught you. They are to say it for nine days in the chapel in order to appease My Father and to entreat God’s mercy for Poland. (Diary, 714)
To facilitate these requests, this pamphlet was created. It contains a powerful Litany of the Saints, how to pray the Chaplet of Mercy and pertinent quotes of Jesus, the Blessed Mother and St. Faustina from her Diary regarding prayer for her native land.
The reception has been extremely enthusiastic. People are eager to put into practice that which Jesus asked and the Prayer Guide makes it easy. In addition we are fulfilling orders from all over the country from prayer warriors who have seen or picked up the guide somehow and are now sharing it with others. Many are utilizing them for the last Sunday of the month Eucharistic Holy Hour the USCCB has encouraged for Life, Family and Religious Liberty. Several parishes have ordered them for adoration chapels and/or the back of the church. Prayer group leaders say their members love them and are requesting extra so they can use them to pray with their families.
This item can be ordered for $1 each plus shipping and comes with a free informational flyer from our online store with available quantity discounts. They will be available as a download soon.
Place your order today and get your family and friends “praying for our country as St. Faustina did for her!”