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You will enjoy this double CD collection of 26 Divine Mercy teachings as you learn how to live the message in your family and workplace.

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Basking in the Son's Rays at Tampa Conference

Florida in February? Divine Mercy, Mary, and the Marian Fathers? There's lots to love at EADM's 2016 Tampa Divine Mercy Conference. Read More...

Trust: When All is Well and All is Not Well

If you are focused, does that mean the difficulties will go away? Of course not. Read More...

We All Have a Deadline. So Now What?

Two weeks ago I was looking down the barrel of a proverbial gun. Read More...

'Nothing to Fear'

What is the answer? Remember that fear is incompatible with trust in God. You cannot be anxious, fearful, and discouraged if you trust in the Lord. Read More...

Happy Father's Day

With Father's Day upon us, a father of seven children tells how to appreciate the treasure of fatherhood and family life. Read More...

Fueling the Fire of Divine Mercy

Seventeen years later, spreading the greatest lesson of them all: the message of Divine Mercy. Read More...

The Final Battle: A Journey into Death

This is the story of Charlie Joseph Ilsley, a man of prayer, a suffering soul, and a Eucharistic Apostle of The Divine Mercy cenacle member. Read More...

'A Message to Be Lived'

Watch video of Dr. Bryan Thatcher explaining what it means to be an apostle of The Divine Mercy — and how to become one. Read More...

By Word and Deed

People like these have helped make Divine Mercy "the greatest grassroots movement in the history of the Church." Read More...

'What is a Cenacle?'

I thought I'd take this opportunity to explain. Read More...

A Cenacle Grows in San Antonio

Bishop Cantu informed us he had been at the canonization of St. Faustina. Great sign! Read More...

No, It's Never Too Late

Legend has it that the "Good Thief" to the right of Jesus at the crucifixion also was a recipient of God's great mercy. How so? Read More...

Be 'Image' Conscious

In an age in which the visual image has become the most powerful means of human communication, we've got Christ on our side. Read More...

Prison Ministry, by 'Accident'

This is what happens when you listen to God's call to perform words of mercy. Read More...

This is How Mercy Triumphs Over Shame

I was told by a psychologist recently that "the rigidity of the Catholic faith is a major cause of shame and psychological duress among members." Read More...

Baking for the Poor

The note said it was for the medical clinic in the Philippines that — God willing — we're hoping to build. Read More...

Can We Help?

Being a medical doctor, I have always had the desire to assist in the building of a clinic for the poor. Read More...

The Encounter of a Lifetime

She initially washed His feet out of contrition, and after His death, out of respect and adoration. Read More...

Another Reason Why Cenacles Matter

Christ calls for deeds of mercy. We have responded. Read More...

Watch. Listen. Learn.

Here's what can happen when a small group of people sit together and discuss Scripture, the Catechism, and the writings of St. Faustina. Read More...

How Did We Get Where We Are?

It all started with a small prayer group. Now Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy is all over the world. Do you want to join in? Read More...

In Zimbabwe, Meet Christ's Apostles

We have seen the light of hope, and we seek to spread it near and far. Read More...

To Our Friends ...

It was the most blessed and most comforting event to us. We all got to know more of the mercy of Jesus, and we got interested. Read More...

Temptation

Some years ago, a priest told me that as long as I live on this earth, I would be tempted. And you know what? He was right! Read More...

Your Treasure? It's Not in There.

When the students were introducing themselves, an episode occurred that I will never forget. Read More...

A Story for the Unbeliever

How I learned the true meaning of a favorite Gospel passage and the true power of the Chaplet of The Divine Mercy. Read More...

'Come Back to God'

Several years ago, during a time of personal crisis, I was forced to look at myself and ask, "Is this what life is all about?" Read More...

Trust Even When All Is Not Well

When the world caves in around us, how do we trust? Try the Heart of Jesus. Read More...

What Humility Isn't

Let's put our finger on the virtue most pleasing to God. It seems easier to define by what it isn't. Read More...

God, Neighbor, and Self. Now Put Them All Together.

What does The Divine Mercy message demand from us? Also, what does Christ want us to want? Read More...

Why Do You Do What You Do?

Which way are your intentions leading you, and why? "Doing His will requires a daily dying to self," writes Dr. Bryan Thatcher. Read More...

'A Resurrection Underway'

Each of them, at a dark point in their life, had a rock pushed aside and the light of Christ touch their hearts through similar means. Read More...

We're in a World of Confusion. Now What?

Hosted by the Marians, the conference featured speakers whose witnesses intertwined modern struggles with eternal truths to form a hardwearing lifeline to the merciful Lord. Read More...

So What is the Ultimate Prayer, Anyway?

We tend to trust God in the easy times. But what happens when things get tough? I've got a suggestion. Read More...

Come to Me as Little Children

What does that mean? It means to come to Him with trust and full confidence that He will never abandon us. Read More...

How I Discovered I Am Someone (But Who?)

While it was a difficult time, I look back and realize that it was one of the best things that happened to me. Read More...

Looking Forward to Mercy

Twelve enthusiastic members established the cenacle on Sept. 12, 2009. Read More...

So What Does the Image Mean?

It originated from a vision. But what does the image of The Divine Mercy mean for us all? Read More...

This is Not a 'Dead Object'

Christ once lamented to St. Faustina how so many people don't seem to understand the Eucharist. Maybe this will shed some light. Read More...

Why We Pray the Chaplet for the Sick and Dying

An ancient Christian writer wrote that, "Of all divine things, the most divine is to share with God in the saving of souls." Read More...

God's Work Ethic

When it comes to Marian "mission control" in the Philippines, one lay ministry was crucial for establishing successful lift-off. Read More...

Thousands of Cenacles, and Counting

Around the world, people are talking about Divine Mercy now more than ever. There's a good reason for that. Read More...

A Mother's Gift of Divine Mercy

What a simple note from a parent can mean at difficult times. Read More...

Divine Mercy, the Eucharist, and the Mother of Mercy Shrine

The new Mother of Mercy Outdoor Shrine (above), used for the first time on Divine Mercy weekend, 2008, provides a suitable and safe place for the King of Mercy. Read More...

Sin as a Computer Virus

If the Apostle James were alive today, he would compare the computer virus to the destructive potential of the tongue. Read More...

The Joy of Being Catholic

A priest once told me that "Catholicism is simply one beggar telling another where the bread is." Read More...

What is a Saint?

Saint Faustina teaches us not only the meaning of sanctity, but tells us the three most important dispositions that we must have if we are to attain it. Read More...

Old Habits Die Hard

All of our imperfections and our battles to grow closer to God at times make us wonder if we are making any spiritual progress. Read More...

New Cenacle Series Airs

The half-hour shows are now airing weekly on EWTN on Mondays at 2:30 p.m. (EST) and Saturdays at 6:30 a.m. (EST). Read More...

The 'How to Be' Attitudes

The Beatitudes are the attitudes we must have in our daily lives. Read More...

Life is a Gift from God

Dr. Bryan Thatcher reflects on the 35th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade. Read More...

Abortion, Forgiveness and Living Divine Mercy

For Catholic men and women, the Sacrament of Reconciliation must be at the heart of the healing process. Read More...

Her World, in His Hands

She's a woman who sets conditions —┬áconditions based on His limitless love. Read More...

A Day of Reflection, an Exchange of Mercy

This is what happens when people draw closer to The Divine Mercy. Read More...

Are You Full of Hope?

We live in a world of violence, corruption, gloom, and doom. Many are living without hope and surrounded by violence, poverty and despair. Yet we know that God does not make junk. We need hope, and we must have something to hope in. Read More...

Planting Seeds

I sent Sister Irene what I had. The Good Lord asks us to be His hands and feet. He knows we are lacking, but He will make up for it. Read More...

Come to Me As Little Children

Our daughter trusts us, knowing that we will never abandon her. That's the kind of relationship to which Christ calls us as well. Read More...

What it Means to be Merciful

Mercy is love that seeks to forgive, console, assist, and care for others in time of need. Mercy is an act of love done without expecting anything in return; it is done for love itself. Read More...

Air Power!

The set quiets down, and cameraman Jason Addington zooms his lens to frame the face of Fr. Joseph Roesch, MIC. "All right, stand by," Jason says. "10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 ..." Read More...

Simon, Mercy and the Big Picture

Any CEO of a company could relate to the frustration Jesus must have felt. Every single moment He spent on earth, and every single drop of blood He shed, was done to establish the Kingdom of God, and yet, here at the eleventh hour, those who would be on the Board of Directors were being petty, selfish and childish. Read More...

Daily Trials and Living the Message of Mercy

Saint Faustina had her moments of doubt and interior struggle, and yet her deep trust in God allowed her to rise above the despair and gloom of the world. She wrote, "I put my trust in the ocean of Your mercy, and I know that my hope will not be deceived" (Diary, 69). Read More...

Hungry for God

Just some food for thought about what I now crave — thanks be to God. Read More...

EWTN Airs Divine Mercy Cenacle Program

The Cenacle of The Divine Mercy, a 13-week teaching program is based on the Diary of St. Faustina. Read More...

Heroic Love

I wanted to love the God of scriptures, the Miracle Worker, the Healer, the Patient Listener, the Non-Judger, the Cross Bearer, the Resurrected King. I wanted to go to Heaven, but the huge stumbling block, for me, was always earth and the people on it. ... Read More...

Connecting the Dots

Every so often someone will ask me, "Does God really exist?" I know the answer is yes, but how does one open the heart of another so they can see and feel the presence of God? Read More...

Mercy in the Streets

We had to jump out of our vehicles and stop a huge fistfight out on the street. I had never seen an outburst like this, and it was scary ... Read More...

A Sign

This Christmas everything has changed. This Christmas I have been changed. This Christmas I have been a student in the school of St. Faustina's spirituality of The Divine Mercy. Read More...

Open Your Hearts to Jesus

While it is important and appropriate to venerate the image of the Merciful Savior and to pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet daily, if these actions do not lead us to a deeper trust in God, a greater ability to forgive those who have hurt us, and a stronger desire to be merciful to others, then the devotional aspects have done little to bring us closer to Jesus. Read More...

'Rays of Mercy were Radiating'

Hundreds of Divine Mercy devotees attended the fifth annual Divine Mercy Conference hosted by the Marians of the Immaculate Conception's Province in Brazil. Read More...

Canadian EADM Group Going Strong!

Susan Dela Rosa wrote and told us, "Our EADM 1st year anniversary – capped with a dinner-dance fundraiser – was a huge success! From the original core group, 22 cenacle members remain, and new members came aboard! We have been meeting for just over a year, and the group has borne many fruits. We have seen the conversion, commitment, dedication, and love of the cenacle members in serving the Lord through our weekly cenacle prayer meetings." Read More...

EADM in West Africa

Under the direction of Father Leo Kavegue in Notse, Togo (West Africa), parishioners are learning about the message of Divine Mercy. Read More...

Paraguay Embraces Divine Mercy!

A small but incredibly motivated group of people has been spreading Divine Mercy and organizing Cenacle prayer groups in Asunci├│n, the capital city of Paraguay. Already, three large groups have been established, with members of different parishes joining together through their common love of the Divine Mercy message and mission. Read More...


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