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

In what could safely be called unanimous agreement regarding five crucial truths, more than 1,100 apostles of The Divine Mercy gathered in Tampa, Fla., on Saturday - the latest Divine Mercy gathering in a series around the country.

The truths can be broken down to this: The world's troubles are deep; but God is real; He is with us always; He loves us; and He has revealed Himself to our age through the revelations of a lowly Polish nun, known to the world today as St. Maria Faustina Kowalska (1905-1938).

Come to Me as Little Children

A few years ago we had two visiting priests from Ghana, West Africa, stay with us, and it was interesting to see how our younger children, ages 6, 4, and 2 at the time, interacted with them.

Initially, there was very little interaction. That's no surprise, since they were strangers. But as time went on there was more and more, and what I saw at the end of their visit really touched my heart.

How I Discovered I Am Someone (But Who?)

The following testimony is by Dr. Bryan Thatcher, one of the presenters slated for the upcoming Divine Mercy Networking Forum, hosted by the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception, on Friday, Nov. 13, at the Pope John Paul II Cultural Center in Washington, D.C. The networking forum will be held the day before the North American Congress on Mercy, to be held across the street at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. The Marians invite you to join Dr.

Looking Forward to Mercy

by Hyacinth Yang

Divine Mercy devotees from Holy Cross Church in Burnaby, British Columbia, have established a Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy cenacle. Twelve enthusiastic members established the cenacle on Sept. 12, 2009.

The cenacle meets every Saturday morning after the 9 a.m. Mass. We are now at our second lesson in Formation Manual One, and everyone seems to be interested and looking forward to the next week's meeting.

This is Not a 'Dead Object'

Jesus once lamented to St. Faustina how so many people don't seem to understand the Sacrament of Holy Communion and His Real Presence in the Eucharist.

"When I come to a human heart in Holy Communion," He said, "My hands are full of all kinds of graces which I want to give to the soul. But souls do not even pay attention to Me; they leave Me to Myself and busy themselves with other things. ... They treat Me as a dead object" (Diary of St. Faustina, 1385)

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."

Interestingly, God and Souls was the motto of St. Maria Faustina Kowalska, whose revelations in the 1930s led to the modern Divine Mercy movement.

Our Lord asked St. Faustina to pray and offer the Chaplet of The Divine Mercy for sinners and the dying, saying:


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