Divine Mercy and St. Faustina Crafts, Printables, and More

Divine Mercy Sunday is coming up soon! If you’re not familiar with St. Faustina and the appearances of Jesus, I would encourage you to read up! It’s a great story and devotion. The most obvious things to do to celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday would be to go to confession, and pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet. If you’ve got that all under control, be sure and check out some of these ideas. :-)

 I LOVE this Divine Mercy Chaplet Craft I found over
on Making Music Praying Twice! So cute, and what a
great way to teach your kids about praying the chaplet!
(The files are free to print for this, too!)
That Resource Site has lots of St. Faustina resources

 

along with a great coloring page, a craft, and more!

 

Want to make a Divine Mercy Lapbook?
Find some examples and ideas here, here, and here.

 

Holy Reflections has some free Divine Mercy Prayer Cards
that you can print! Find the Divine Mercy Prayer and
how to pray the Divine Mercy chaplet on a rosary.


Catholic Online has a printable Fun Fact Sheet
for St. Faustina.


Catholic Online also has a

 

Relevant Radio has a St. Faustina Coloring Page
you can print with the Divine Mercy Image.

 

with Diary of a Sower.

An easy and fun way to celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday

would be to make a Divine Mercy Sundae.

Consider tie dying a Divine Mercy shirt! We had

so much fun making these!!!

Don’t forget about my printable Divine Mercy Craft

-you can make your own statue! :-)
Also, we are definitely listening to our Glory Stories CD
with the story of St. Faustina for kids! :-)
There’s actually a song that goes through the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, and you can listen to it here. You can also order a CD with the Chaplet of Divine Mercy in Song.
The Chaplet Of Divine Mercy In Song
Also, reading the entire diary of St. Faustina
is definitely on my to-do list!
Diary: Divine Mercy in My Soul
Find last year’s round up of Divine Mercy Sunday ideas here, including more printable prayer cards, desserts, and crafts! Also, since Pope John Paul II instituted Divine Mercy Sunday and is being beatified on May 1, you might want to check out my JPII round up, too. :-)

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Comments

  1. says

    Hi Lacy, what a great collection of resources to celebrate Divine Mercy. We made your Divine Mercy craft and the Chaplet craft in my first grade class again this year. They’re perfect for young ones to learn about this special devotion. I posted about it today and linked back to you. God bless!

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