Divine Mercy Coloring Pages

Divine Mercy Sunday coloring pages (Divine Mercy Sunday is the first Sunday after Easter).

Divine Mercy Coloring Page
Jesus, The Divine Mercy. “Jesus I Trust in You.” During his homily, John Paul also made clear that the Image of The Divine Mercy St. Faustina saw, which is to be venerated on Divine Mercy Sunday, represents the Risen Christ bringing mercy to the world (see Diary 49, 88, 299, 341, 570, 742). Pope John Paul II said: “Jesus shows His hands and His side [to the Apostles]. He points, that is, to the wounds of the Passion, especially the wound in His Heart, the source from which flows the great wave of mercy poured out on humanity.” Source: http://www.thedivinemercy.org

Saint Faustina Coloring Page

Saint Faustina Coloring Page.

Feast Day: October 5th

Birth: 1905

Some Possible discussion topics while coloring this Saint Faustina coloring page with your child.

  • When Saint Faustina was about twenty, she entered the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy. They educated and cared for young women that needed help.
  • God gave her a message of mercy that she was to spread over the entire world and encouraged everyone to trust in His mercy.
  • She was a model of how to be merciful to others and she offered her sufferings in union with Jesus.
  • Pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet

St. Faustina/Divine Mercy Movie Links:

The Last Appeal: The Life of Faustina – Amazon Video ~ Andrea Syglowski
Saint Sister Faustina and Divine Mercy – Amazon Video ~ Bob and Penny Lord
Divine Mercy Chaplet with Fr. Doug Lorig – Amazon Video ~ Unavailable

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