Jeannie Ewing is a Catholic spirituality writer who writes about the moving through grief, the value of redemptive suffering, and how to wait for God's timing fruitfully. Her books include Navigating Deep Waters, From Grief to Grace, A Sea Without A Shore, For Those Who Grieve, Parenting with the Beatitudes, and Waiting with Purpose. She is a frequent guest on Catholic radio and contributes to several online and print Catholic periodicals. Jeannie, her husband, and their three daughters (plus one baby boy) live in northern Indiana. For more information, please visit her website at¬†jeannieewing.com.
How to Recite the Divine Mercy Chaplet
1. Make the Sign of the Cross
(Repeat three times)¬†
O Blood and Water, which gushed forth from the Heart of Jesus as a fount of mercy for us, I trust in You!
4. Hail Mary
- Make the Sign of the Cross and say the ‚ÄúApostles‚Äô Creed‚ÄĚ
- Say the ‚ÄúOur Father‚ÄĚ
- Say three ‚ÄúHail Marys‚ÄĚ for Faith, Hope, and Charity
- Say the ‚ÄúGlory Be‚ÄĚ
- Announce the First Mystery and then say the ‚ÄúOur Father‚ÄĚ
- Say ten ‚ÄúHail Marys‚ÄĚ while meditating on the Mystery
- Say the ‚ÄúGlory Be‚ÄĚ¬†(Optional:¬†Say the ‚ÄúO My Jesus‚ÄĚ prayer requested by Mary at Fatima)
- Announce the Next Mystery; then say the ‚ÄúOur Father‚ÄĚ and repeat these steps (6 through 8) as you continue through the remaining Mysteries.
- Say the closing prayers: the ‚ÄúHail Holy Queen‚ÄĚ and¬†‚ÄúFinal Prayer‚ÄĚ
- Make the ‚ÄúSign of the Cross‚ÄĚ
Monday¬† ¬† JOYFUL Tuesday SORROWFUL Wednesday GLORIOUS Thursday LUMINOUS Friday SORROWFUL Saturday JOYFUL Sundays of Advent and Christmas JOYFUL Sundays of Lent SORROWFUL Other Sundays GLORIOUS
Divine Mercy Chaplet:
First opening prayer
Second opening prayer
For the sake of His sorrowful Passion
- The¬†sign of the cross¬†on the¬†Crucifix;
- The optional¬†first opening prayer¬†on the first large bead;
- The optional¬†second opening prayer, repeated three times, still on the first large bead;
- The¬†Lord's Prayer¬†on the first small bead;
- The¬†Hail Mary¬†on the second small bead; and
- The¬†Apostles' Creed¬†on the third small bead.
- The¬†Eternal Father¬†on the large bead, with a specific offering each decade; and
- The¬†For the sake of His sorrowful Passion¬†on each of the ten adjacent small beads, with other petitions for mercy, emphasizing the offering of the¬†Body¬†and¬†Blood of Christ.
- The¬†Holy God¬†on the medallion;
- The optional¬†closing prayer, still on the medallion;
- Any further intentions; and
- The sign of the cross.
- All mankind, in particular all¬†sinners.
- Christian priests¬†and the¬†religious.
- Devout and faithful Christian people.
- Non-believers and ignorant who will become Christians
- Christian heretics¬†and¬†schismatics.
- Meek and humble of heart, and children.
- People who especially venerate and glorify Christ's mercy.
- The souls in¬†Purgatory.
- Lukewarm and indifferent.
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Today is a special day for me.¬† On this premiere episode of The Will Within podcast, I welcome Anna Nuzzo. This beautiful souls own story has moved me greatly.¬† Simple events can indeed be life altering and that's Anna's story. Anna is is an international Catholic recording artist among other things. She shares her journey from proud mom, business owner, and liturgical musician to her story of today, traveling around the world as an international Catholic recording artist, TV host, and speaker all within several short years.