Divine Mercy My Pocket
God loves us so much that he gave us Divine Mercy! This pocket-sized booklet teaches children the meaning of Divine Mercy with instructions on how to pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet. Through discovering Saint Faustina (who brought us the chaplet) and learning what each of the prayers mean, children can begin to practice works of mercy and prayers for mercy in their everyday lives. The book also includes helpful illustrations and information about Divine Mercy Sunday and the Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy.
After reading this handy guide, kids will better understand an important aspect of Church teaching and faithful practice. For anyone with a devotion to Divine Mercy Sunday, St. Faustina, or who simply wants to demonstrate to children the power of God's love and mercy, Divine Mercy in My Pocket encapsulates all you need to know about the beautiful tradition.
Features & Benefits:
- Ideal for ages 6 to 8
- Convenient size for little hands
- Perfect for parish groups or catechists
- Includes sections on Divine Mercy Sunday, St. Faustina, Corporal Works of Mercy and Spiritual Works of Mercy
- Newest addition to the popular In My Pocket series
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