St. Adalbert Basilica is only open for a few Masses a year. This is an opportunity to go and worship at this beautiful historic church.
From St. Adalbert Basilica’s website:
Join us in our beautiful and historic Basilica for the Divine Mercy Chaplet and Mass. Main Celebrant – Fr. Michael Burzynski.
All Covid-related measures including social distancing and masking will be followed for this in-person mass.
Divine Mercy Sunday is an Observance in the Roman Catholic Church in which followers are encouraged to offer forgiveness and reconciliation to all. It is based on visions recorded from St. Faustian Kowalski. In 2000, it was decreed a solemnity, a high feast day, by Pope John Paul II. Roman Catholics are required to attend worship, go to confession, and take Holy Communion.
“The Message of Divine Mercy has always been near and dear to me … which I took with me to the See of Peter and which it in a sense forms the image of this Pontificate.” – Pope John Paul II
St. Faustian was a Polish nun who lived in the early 20th century. She had visions much of her life. One that was the most profound was of Jesus, with one hand raised in blessing and with two fingers of his other hand resting on his heart. She said that Jesus asked her to have the image painted, and to include a prayer that said, “Jesus, I trust in you.” This is the prayer that Catholics recite on Divine Mercy Sunday.
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