CNA Staff, Apr 16, 2020 / 13:45 pm
On April 30, 2000, the Church officially declared the Sunday after Easter to be “Divine Mercy Sunday,” an annual celebration of the mercy of God.
The celebration usually centers around the image of Divine Mercy painted by St. Faustina Kowalska, which is placed in churches around the world, and venerated at Mass and throughout the day.
This year, with Masses still suspended in some part of the world, the day may look different. But you can still celebrate God’s divine and abundant mercy.
Here are some suggestions for Divine Mercy Sunday, from the journalists at CNA: