Act of Consecration of the World to Divine Mercy

God, merciful Father, in your Son, Jesus Christ, You have revealed your love and poured it out upon us in the Holy Spirit, the Comforter.

We entrust to You today the destiny of the world and of every man and woman. Bend down to us sinners, heal our weakness, conquer all evil, and grant that all the peoples of the earth may experience Your mercy. 
In You, the Triune God, may they ever find the source of hope.
Eternal Father, by the Passion and Resurrection of Your Son, have mercy on us and upon the whole world!
(Consecration prayer by His Holiness John Paul II, August 17, 2002 in the Shrine of Divine Mercy, Cracow, Poland)
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2 Responses to Act of Consecration of the World to Divine Mercy

  1. toadspittle says:

    .
    A Random Thought:

    Might such fantastically vulgar art persuade non-believers that Catholicism is a fantastically vulgar religion?
    Very possibly.
    Something along those lines happened to me half a century or more ago.

    Jesus the prototype hippie layabout from Surbiton. If we met him in the High Street there – we’d first tell him to go and get a decent haircut, and then go and find himself a proper job!

    Or am I wrong?

  2. Lionel Andrades says:

    Sunday, April 15, 2012
    SISTER FAUSTINA KOWALSKA WAS THE APOSTLE OF DIVINE MERCY BUT SHE DID NOT DENY HELL. SHE PERSONALLY SAW IT AND DESCRIBED IT- -Traditional Latin Mass homily today

    http://eucharistandmission.blogspot.it/2012/04/sister-faustina-kowalska-was-apostle-of.html

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