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Nurses for Divine Mercy were organized
as a direct result of the tragic events of
September 11, 2001...

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13th Annual
Medicine, Bioethics and
Spirituality
Conference

May 3 and 4, 2017
College of the Holy Cross
Worcester, Massachusetts 01610


15.25 CMEs for Physicians and 18.3 CEUs for Nursing


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2015 Healthcare Conference

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Stories from the
2012 Healthcare Conference
Witness to a Medical Miracle
She told her beloved confrere to write the words "Jean Paul II." That's when things really got interesting.

My Miraculous Cure
She had the same disease as John Paul II. In his suffering she saw her future. But God had other plans.

Love, Mercy and Patients
How do healthcare professionals introduce the spirituality? The question touches every aspect of the healing and caring arts.

Read the Keynote Addresses from the
2011 Healthcare Conference
by Archbishop Zygmunt Zimowski
May 4, 2011
Human Suffering:
Its Significance and Meaning for Patients


May 5, 2011
The Church’s Pastoral Care for the Sick
and the Ethical Responsibility of
Health Care Professionals for their Patients
in Medical Decisions

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Healthcare Professionals for Divine Mercy
Information Packet
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Nurses, who wanted to help so much, could not reach the thousands of victims of the terrorists’ acts. The nurses realized that the victims could only be helped spiritually rather than medically, especially by praying The Divine Mercy Chaplet for those who were dying in the airplane crashes and collapsing World Trade Center towers. Those who survived also benefited from prayers to Jesus, The Divine Mercy.

Today, the mission remains the same:
  1. The nurses provide spiritual care and support of the dying in emergency situations, catastrophic injuries, or in serious or terminal illness. By prayer and by using their hands and their hearts, the nurses bring the unfathomable mercy of God to the suffering, sick, injured and dying and consolation to those in need through devotion to Jesus, The Divine Mercy.

  2. Education and training of nurses and other healthcare professionals on how to spiritually care for patients.

Training Manual: New Release on Divine Mercy Sunday April 18, 2004

Nursing with the Hands of Jesus: A Guide to Nurses for Divine Mercy is the official training guidebook for nurses and those in direct contact with the sick, injured and dying in any setting.

Read more about the book and how to order it at The Divine Mercy Gift Shop. Or Call: (800) 462-7426 (8:30-4:30 EST M-F) Marian Helpers Center, Marians of the Immaculate Conception.


   
   


Marie Romagnano, RN, with patient Mark Tuttle


Nursing with the Hands of Jesus:
A Guide to Nurses for Divine Mercy


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