The Divine Mercy Chaplet is a Christian devotional practice which originally comes from the visions of Jesus that Sister Faustina Kowalska reported as part of her mission to promote the Divine Mercy. She’s known as the Apostle of Mercy and was canonized in 2000, after being beatified in 1993.
Kowalska stated that she received the prayer through visions and conversations with Jesus, who made specific promises regarding the recitation of the prayers. Her Vatican biography quotes some of these conversations.
The chaplet of Divine Mercy is often said as a rosary prayer with the same set of rosary beads used for reciting the Rosary. As an Anglican devotion, the Divine Mercy Society of the Anglican Church states that the chaplet may also be recited on Anglican prayer beads. The chaplet may also be said without beads, usually by counting prayers on the fingertips, and may be accompanied by the veneration of the Divine Mercy image.
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