Divine Mercy Leaflets, Australia
A selection of 18 of our most popular Divine Mercy leaflets that we recently reprinted using thicker 130 - 150gram making them even more durable and higher quality.
Prayer is, in the strictest sense, a humble religious petition of man to God to seek divine benevolence and the benefits he needs for life, both temporal and eternal. It is a conversation with God, either by accepted prayer forms, or from the heart. Here, then, in conversational verse, is a hypothetical talk the Lord might have with us, His children.
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The 'Divine Mercy Chaplet for the Sick and the Dying' pamphlet provides a simple prayer program for use during Adoration, including suggested prayers and the Litany of Reparation, as well as the Chaplet of Divine Mercy. It also answers questions about praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet for the dying, praying for the dying 'from a distance,' and the importance of praying for the dying during Adoration.
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The Holy Mass is the highest form of worship: it is the sacrifice of Calvary renewed. This leaflet explains why we should attend the Holy Mass, and provides quotes from the Catechism of the Catholic Church to demonstrate the infinite value of the Eucharist. It also contains Eucharistic prayers to pray daily, and instructions for participating in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.
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A double-sided prayer booklet: open it up on one side and you'll find the Twelve Promises of Our Lord to Souls Devoted to His Sacred Heart, the fourteen Stations of the Cross, and an act of contrition and reconciliation; flip it over and you'll find the prayers for the First Five Saturdays in honour of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
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Extraordinary grace can be yours. Rediscover the Church's greatest treasure - Jesus' abiding presence in the Holy Eucharist. Newly revised.
Our Eucharistic Lord desires to abide with us... let's rediscover our love for Him.
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This 6-page full-colour leaflet contains beautiful prayers, inspiring pictures, and meditations for each of the fourteen Stations of the Cross. It also includes explanations of how best to make the Way of the Cross. We remember the words Our Lord said to Saint Faustina at the Hour of Mercy (3pm): "My daughter, try your best to make the Station of the Cross in this hour, provided that your duties permit it." (Diary 1572)
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On November 19, 1970, Don (Father) Dolindo Ruotolo died at the age of 88. He was a prophet of our time. Padre Pio once said of this priest from Naples, Italy, "The whole of paradise is in your soul." In his profound humility, Dolindo was able to hear the words of God. One of the treasures from the words which Jesus spoke to him was the teaching about total abandonment to God.
In this prayer, Jesus is talking to Don Dolindo and also to you. It begins: "Why do you confuse yourselves by worrying? Leave the care of your affairs to me and everything will be peaceful. I say to you in truth that every act of true, blind, complete surrender to me produces the effect that you desire and resolves all difficult situations."
Oh Jesus, I surrender myself to you, take care of everything!
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Prayers for the deceased for every day of the week, concluding with an Act of Mercy for the Suffering Souls, by the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception.
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Did you know the Church's teaching about the Immaculate Conception is a dogma, meaning it is to be believed and defended by all Catholics? In this pamphlet, we explain what the Immaculate Conception is and why she matters.
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A beautifully-presented introduction to the spiritual and corporal works of mercy.
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