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Frequently Asked Questions

Experts answer questions based on Church teachings, the Bible, and more.


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1.

What extraordinary graces are available on Divine Mercy Sunday?

2.

How can I receive extraordinary graces on Divine Mercy Sunday?

3.

Can I attend the Vigil Mass on Saturday and receive the graces of Divine Mercy Sunday?

4.

What if I can't get to church because of a serious reason (being homebound, ill, or disabled)? How do I receive the graces promised on Divine Mercy Sunday?

5.

Can I receive Holy Communion on Divine Mercy Sunday and offer those graces for someone else, living or deceased?

6.

I am Catholic, but I cannot receive Holy Communion because I'm divorced and remarried outside the Catholic Church. Can I receive the graces of Divine Mercy Sunday?

7.

I'm not Catholic. Can I receive graces on Divine Mercy Sunday?

8.

If Pope John Paul II declared the Second Sunday of Easter as Divine Mercy Sunday, why don't all churches celebrate it? My pastor refuses to acknowledge the Feast.

9.

What is the correct way to organize a program for Divine Mercy Sunday?

10.

When should I go to confession?

11.

How should I go about encouraging my pastor to celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday in my parish?


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