Pope Saint John Paul II asked that the second Sunday of Easter be kept as a devotion to Divine Mercy. The Divine Mercy is a devotion to Jesus Christ associated with the apparitions of Jesus to Saint Faustina Kowalska (Polond 1905-1938). The venerated image under this Christological title refers to what Faustina's diary describes as "God's loving mercy" towards all people, especially for sinners. In the revelations to Sister Faustina Jesus declared "My mercy is so great that no mind, be it of man our angel, will be able to fathom it throughout all eternity". That mercy finds its fullest expression in the Easter mysteries in which the Word made flesh without sin, suffers, dies and rises for our salvation.

Roy Singh has arranged to lead a time of prayer before the blessed Sacrament on Sunday 28th April at 3pm at St Michael's, Tadley. This holy hour will be followed by reciting the rosary. This is conjunction with the Rosary on the Coast campaign praying for God's Mercy for the British Isles.