The Divine Mercy

Many of the faithful, especially in the pro-life movement, practice this devotion. Indeed, the link between this devotion and abortion is established by St. Faustina herself and recorded in her "Diary." Read more about this connection in Fr. Frank Pavone's column: Divine Mercy

October 5th is the Feast of St. Faustina Kowalska, Patron Saint of Mercy

Divine Mercy Talks from Fr. Frank: [Talk 1] and [Talk 2]

The Struggle to Trust in Divine Mercy: Healing the Heart Wounded by Abortion by Kevin Burke

Homily for Divine Mercy Sunday by Fr. Frank Pavone

Pray the Rosary and Divine Mercy Chaplet every day with Priests for Life

Looking back, the Church observed a “Year of Mercy” in 2016. Here are some of the commentaries from that time.

The Vatican's announcement of the Year of Mercy

Fr. Frank Op-Ed: A Time For Mercy, For Born And Unborn (The Wanderer, December 8, 2015)

Fr. Frank's Column: The Jubilee Year of Mercy and our Commitment to Children in the Womb [Listen to Audio]

Pope Francis expresses the Church's eagerness to reconcile those who have had abortions

Jubilee Year of Divine Mercy: All about Life

In the Heart of His Mercy booklet – Prayers to Heal the Wounds of Abortion

Fr. Frank Pavone as Pastoral Director of Rachel’s Vineyard and the Silent No More Awareness Campaign has composed this prayer booklet based on the truth that we are all wounded by abortion, whether we realize it or not (see The prayers are for those praying for the wounded and for the wounded praying for themselves. Prayer is not a substitute for the hard work of grieving and reconciliation, but is a necessary help to that process.

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