In earlier times, on Easter Monday husbands were allowed to strike their wives; on the next day, wives could strike their husbands.
[color=darkblue:2dkcy9st]Isn’t their a prayer during Lent you can say and gain an indulgence for? [/color:2dkcy9st]
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Where is it?
[color=darkblue:36hgj9ry]After looking more into it online, the prayer for indulgence I am thinking of actually falls on the Sunday after Easter, not during Lent. It’s called Divine Mercy, which I am sure you have all heard(unlike me). But does anyone know what day you are suppose to start this prayer? Is it suppose to start on the first Sunday after Easter, or does it end on that Sunday? I would really like to gain an indulgence. [/color:36hgj9ry]
I think it ends that Sunday. I believe it’s a novena so count nine days back from Divine Mercy Sunday and start there.
According to Mother Angelica’s website, it starts on Good Friday,
[color=darkblue:g5557wv9]Cool, thanks for the info guys.[/color:g5557wv9]
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