Gospel- John 20: 19-31
This week keep praying the Divine Mercy Novena (started on Good Friday).
From The Liturgical Year by Inos Biffi- Read pages 82-83
From the Office of Readings-
1 Peter 1: 3-5
Baptism is a symbol of Christ's Passion (St. Cyril of Jerusalem)
Read Lolek- The Boy Who Became Pope John Paul II by Mary Hramiec Hoffman and Mark Hoffman.
May this flame be found still burning by the Morning Star: the one Morning Star who never sets, Christ your Son, who coming back from death’s dominion has shed his peaceful light on humankind, and lives and reigns for ever and ever.
(from the end of the Easter Exultet)
Make a wool art depiction of the image of Divine Mercy. This is like a painting with wool instead of paints. See here for what you’ll need. See here for how to do it.
Paint your own peg doll of St. Faustina and Our Lord as he appeared to her.
Psalms in Living Color- We will be reading and illustrating Psalm 104 for the next few weeks. This week read verse 1-4 and illustrate.
“Bless the LORD, my soul! LORD, my God, you are great indeed! You are clothed with majesty and glory,
robed in light as with a cloak. You spread out the heavens like a tent;
you raised your palace upon the waters. You make the clouds your chariot; you travel on the wings of the wind.
You make the winds your messengers; flaming fire, your ministers.
Divine Mercy Sunday (Catholic Mom)
Divine Mercy Sunday (Catholic Culture)
Divine Mercy Devotion (EWTN)
Divine Mercy for Young Hearts CD-ROM (Some free sample pages here)
St. Faustina (That Resource Site)