6. Divine Mercy Devotion - What's the Point?

This video is the sixth in a series of videos that discusses and analyzes the Divine Mercy Devotion. In this video we look at what's left of the devotion, once you take away the heterodoxy. The first video in the series is at: 1 Divine Mercy Devoti… [More]
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@Holy Cannoli The Truth is the Truth, regardless of how you or I feel about it. The Divine Mercy Devotion, is used regularly as a substitution for the Devotion to the Sacred Heart... When one looks at all of the evidence, it is impossible to deny that it is a deception designed to keep you from receiving the graces Our Lord Jesus said He would give you for have a devotion to the Sacred Heart.

It is also unheard of to have a private revelation devotion to have a Feast Day on a Sunday...
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it is best to watch them in numerical order.

I am not going to do that. If your videos included the facts as pointed out in my post below, then there is no point in my viewing the videos since that would be redundant and we are in agreement.

However, if you have presented videos which deliberately attempt to humiliate Saint Faustina going so far as to accuse her of heterodoxy and attempt to discredit the Divine Mercy Devotion which Pope Saint John Paul II
praised and has given singular honors including the granting a universal feast day (as I wrote below), then I am not interested.

You can have the last word. I am done with this topic.
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Holy Cannoli. This is just the sixth video of a series. As it was stated at the outset, it is best to watch them in numerical order. It will make more sense that way.
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"Excellent points."

Did those points include the fact that the Divine Mercy Devotion is derived from a canonized saint, Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska's visions and revelations made by Jesus Christ Himself?

The answer is NO!

Did those points include the fact that Pope Saint John Paul II, on the occasion of the canonization of Sr. Faustina on 30 April 2000 in a decree dated 23 May 2000, the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments stated that "throughout the world … [More]
This video makes some excellent points.
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