History of the First Image of Divine Mercy

Posted by on Mar 3, 2016 in Image |

History of the First Image of Divine Mercy Since medieval times anyone entering into Vilnius, through the old City gates, are entering through the gates which protected medieval Vilnius from the enemy, for over five hundred years. These are the only remaining gates left intact in the old city walls from the middle ages . As you enter through these gates you cannot fail to pass under thebeautiful icon of the Mother of God, the “Mother of Divine...

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A Living Image (by Val Conlon)

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A Living Image (by Val Conlon) Image of Divine Mercy is alive In this article I hope to convey my belief that the Divine Mercy Image is a living Image, and that this Icon of Jesus is much more than just a religious painting. This conviction is supported by many passages from the Diary. Christ’s Revelations about the Image of Divine Mercy In the revelation of 1934, He called the Image a “vessel” to which people should come to receive graces from...

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Divine Mercy Image Introduction

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Divine Mercy Image Introduction The Image of Divine Mercy is the painting of a vision of Jesus which St. Faustina saw on 22nd February 1931 while she was living in her monastery in Plock, Poland. Jesus specifically instructed her to have the vision painted and asked that the painting would have the words, “Jesus, I Trust in You” inscribed clearly on the painting. He explained that the Image would be the Image for His new feast celebrating His...

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