"Mercy Unbound" Series Launched

As the director of Eucharistic Apostles of Divine Mercy, an apostolate of the Marian Fathers, I am so happy to be able to share with you about our ministry and several exciting developments.

First, our Divine Mercy prayer groups that guide people through a guided study of St. Faustina’s Diary, integrating Scripture and the Catechism, continue to grow worldwide. Our Spanish manuals are being revised with more articles thanks to Fr. Diego, a Marian priest here at the Shrine. And we hope to form more cenacles in Central and South America.

Look us up at thedivinemercy.org and email us so we can send you a free packet on starting a cenacle.

In addition, the English manuals have been translated in Uganda to Luganda, and the Archbishop in Kampala has given the Imprimatur. This is a major dialect there and 10,000 copies of all 3 manuals have been printed.

Lastly, I have started a new teaching series on the Internet called “Mercy Unbound”.

There are interviews with various priests, nuns, bioethicists, physicians, and laity with tremendous witness stories on the mercy of God.

For example, Sister Angela from Portugal gave a timely interview on Fatima and St. Jacinta and her suffering during the Spanish Flu Pandemic of 1917. Father Frank Pavone did a show soon to air on his pro-life calling, and the conversion of Norma McCorvey of Roe v. Wade and Dr. Bernard Nathanson, a well-know abortionist physician.

Let us all be the light of the world and spread God’s love and mercy!

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