Divine Mercy Chaplet Explained (St Faustina) – Catholic Video by Speaker Ken Yasinski

By | September 10, 2019


(whooshing) (dramatic music) – In the 1930s, an uneducated Polish nun by the name of Sister
Faustina started to receive mystical visions of Jesus. In 1935, she saw a vision
of an angel sent by God to punish a certain place
for its disobedience. Moved by this vision,
she prayed, begging God to spare the people asking for mercy, but nothing she said
seemed to have any effect. As she was praying,
Faustina became greatly aware of the Holy Trinity
and the presence of Jesus. Then she was snatched
up and brought before the throne of God. There, inspired by the
Holy Spirit, she began to say this prayer. “Eternal Father, I offer
you the body and blood, “soul and divinity, of
your dearly beloved son, “our Lord, Jesus Christ, in atonement “for our sins and those
of the whole world. “For the sake of his sorrowful
passion, have mercy on us.” With these words, she
saw the Angel of Wrath become absolutely
helpless, completely unable to carry out this certain
chastisement on the city. The next day, Sister
Faustina entered the chapel where she usually prayed. Jesus then instructed her
to say the chaplet this way. Begin it with one Our
Father, one Hail Mary, and then the I Believe. Then using a rosary, say
on the Our Father beads, “Eternal Father, I offer
you the body and blood, “soul and divinity, of
your dearly beloved son, “our Lord, Jesus Christ, in atonement “for our sins and those
of the whole world.” Then on each Hail Mary bead say, “For the sake of his sorrowful passion, “have mercy on us and on the whole world.” Later, Jesus revealed to Sister Faustina that this chaplet was for the entire world and that there are great promises of grace available to all those who say this prayer with love for God. So where does the chaplet come from? It comes from Jesus through the mystical experiences of Saint Faustina. (dramatic music) Hey guys, did you like this
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