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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

The Divine Mercy Challenge for Lent



The parish I attend for Sunday Mass, St. Mary's in E DBQ, along with Nativity BVM are participating in a special Divine Mercy Challenge this Lent.
This challenge asks 3 things of those who participate:
1. Pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet every day.
2. Make a good humble Confession during the 40 days of Lent.
3. Attend at least one additional Mass each week
The challenge begins today & extends until Divine Mercy Sunday (7 April 2013)
Often we think of what to give up for Lent. & that is a good thing to do. But Lent is also a time for setting aside extra time for prayer & penance as well. This challenge is an excellent way to do so.
For more info on the Divine Mercy you can go to the Marians of the Immaculate Conception website.

2 Comments:

  • At 13/2/13 10:43 PM , Blogger worldpaz said...

    Nice challenge. I recommended adding the Divine Mercy Novena beginning on Good Friday to the Saturday after Easter, then going to mass on Divine Mercy Sunday.

     
  • At 13/2/13 10:46 PM , Blogger worldpaz said...

    Nice challenge. I recommend doing the Divine Mercy Novena beginning Good Friday and ending the Saturday after Easter. Attending the following Sunday (Divine Mercy Sunday) is also highly recommended.

     

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