On the memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Lourdes (11 February), we will be celebrating the World Day of the Sick. On this occasion, the Shrine of Divine Mercy will host major diocesan events for patients and their caregivers. In the basilica, at noon, solemn Holy Mass combined with anointing of the Sick will be celebrated by Bishop Janusz Mastalski. The live broadcast of the ceremony will be available at the Shrine Rector’s website: www.milosierdzie.pl.
I always recite the chaplet of divine mercy and always get the best answer for my prayer request. God is truly alive and always on our side to listen, guide and bless us through his mercy we can be saved and be a blessing to others. Let us continue to spread the mercy of God and trust in his great mercy (...) Marilyn Ansama, 2023-03-28
I lost my husband to cancer, and at that time I fell into drugs but god put a wonderful priest in my life, and then I did divine mercy begging god to get me away from sin and praying the rosary and divine mercy I am now free from all that sins and now on the road to loving Jesus and his Mercy. Anita, 2023-01-12
My dad was diagnosed with almost last stage liver disease. Doctors had no hope and said that he's not gonna make it. But I didn't give up hope. I prayed Rosary and Divine Mercy chaplet. I attended retreat just for my dad and one preacher who was with priest at the altar during healing adoration said (...) Bess, 2022-11-11