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Divine Mercy for America

For 18 years, Dave and Joan Maroney have been traveling the country to spread the message of God's mercy and devotion to Our Lady through their apostolate, Mother of Mercy Messengers (MOMM). As an apostolate of the Marian Fathers, they have made it their goal to bring the message of Divine Mercy to parishes nationwide through presentations like the following talk, "Divine Mercy for America," given in Secaucus, New Jersey, on Dec. 3, 2017:

Kids Are Us (In Many Ways)

Dave and Joan Maroney of Mother of Mercy Messengers (MOMM), an apostolate of the Marian Fathers, have been traveling the country for more than 15 years. They visit parishes and schools to teach about the Lord's call through St. Faustina to turn from sin, embrace the Sacraments, and be merciful to others. We asked them to share what they hope the fruits will be of this extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy. They said, "One of our biggest hopes - and one of the things we've been stressing all year - is that more parents are inspired to raise their children in the faith.

We Are Empowered

Not ones to mince words - about hell, Satan, and the society-fracturing effects of abortion, pornography, same-sex marriage, sexual promiscuity, economic injustice, and substance abuse - Dave and Joan Maroney have proffered a solution to save our country from itself.

Simply put: to follow in the footsteps of St. Maria Faustina Kowalska by utilizing the same prayers and sacrifices for the United States that she offered the Lord for Poland in the 1930s.

'Prepare for Battle!'

I was out to dinner with Dave and Joan Maroney, the Mother of Mercy Messengers (MOMM) shortly before their Divine Mercy for America presentation at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy on All Saints' Day. We were talking about their work of evangelization and catechesis, some of the challenges they face because of the culture, and where all those challenges come from.

Save the Country, One Prayer at a Time

Mother of Mercy Messengers (MOMM), an apostolate of the Marian Fathers, is taking this Year of Faith to America. Never one for half measures, Joan and Dave Maroney, the husband-and-wife team who founded and direct MOMM, responded to an impulse from the Holy Spirit with a national campaign. The campaign is inspired by the suffering of Poland, the emergence there of the Divine Mercy message, and a pragmatic means to bring a spiritual initiative to America.

Poland? How does that fit?

As MOMM Turns 10, It Reaches Out to Youth

Since January 2001, Dave and Joan Maroney, known as Mother of Mercy Messengers (MOMM), an apostolate of the Marian Fathers, have traveled more than 250,000 miles to give their multimedia presentations on The Divine Mercy message at hundreds of parishes and schools.

This year, as MOMM celebrates its 10th anniversary, the apostolate marked the milestone of having reached more than 100,000 souls with its live, dramatic performances.

Big Wheels Keep on Turning

EDITOR'S NOTE: Dave and Joan Maroney, the husband-and-wife team better know as Mother of Mercy Messengers (MOMM), an apostolate of the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception, are back home in Texas doing a little administrative housekeeping and preparing their spring tour. The Maroneys, who travel the country to spread the message of The Divine Mercy, send us the following the dispatch:

Last fall we had a tire blow out a few days after we began our trek east for our Mother of Mercy Messengers (MOMM) tour.

Detox for the Soul!

By Dave and Joan Maroney

On several occasions, Jesus asked St. Faustina to record what He said about the Sacrament of Reconciliation and the reasons why He implores us to come to confession.

Our Forked River 'Fiasco' (But Not Really)

EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is a dispatch from Dave and Joan Maroney of Mother of Mercy Messengers (MOMM), an apostolate of the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception.

By Joan and Dave Maroney

In nearly 10 years of traveling the country giving our multimedia presentations that go to the heart of The Divine Mercy message, here's something that has never happened before: We had major technical difficulties!

Yep, on July 25 our "multimedia" capabilities went dead. It may sound like a fiasco, but just wait.

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