What Priests and Religious Say About MOMM

The MOMM team have put together a simple, beautiful, and tastefully done two-hour presentation on the Divine Mercy that was very moving for our parishioners. (They also did an incredible job with the small children at our school.) For most laity who are not able to participate in retreats, this evening provides a wonderful opportunity for reflection, prayer, and renewal of faith in our Merciful God. It was especially effective in preparing parishioners for making very good and sincere confessions, and served as a beautiful Advent "Penance Service" in our parish. The MOMM team does all the setting up, they are very well prepared and professional, and communication and advertising material are excellent. The priest's role is very important: he is needed for Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament & Benediction, and to hear confessions with fellow priests during the second half of the program. Other than that, there was little else the priest had to worry about, and yet the spiritual fruits are immense. Dave and Joan are an inspiration for the dedicated work they do, and deserve our greatest support!

— Rev. Glen Mullan, Christ the King Parish, Corpus Christi TX

Absolutely excellent! Your portrayal of the Divine Mercy message and devotion is impeccable!

— Fr. Bohdan Kosicki, Michigan

It was a blessing of Felician Franciscan Sisters to be present at St. Joseph Church, Lodi, NJ for your inspiring message of Divine Mercy. Your love for Jesus was so pronounced and touched me deeply. You and all involved in advancing the message of Divine Mercy remain in my prayerful remembrances. God bless all of you May your light continue to shine.

— Sister Antonia Marie, CSSF

God bless you for your instructional and inspirational faith sharing as Messengers of God's Divine Mercy. On behalf of the parishes of Cluster 67 and our Evangelization team, we thank you for your generous service to us and our Catholic faith. Please continue to share the needed message of God's mercy and healing to all.

— Fr. Ralph J. Chieffo, Pastor, St. Mary Magdalen, Media, PA

Thank you very much for coming to our little corner of the world to share with us the reflection of Jesus and Mary with so much love and inspiration. Jesus had a special plan when he chose both of you in union to spread His Divine Mercy to so many people, especially in forgiving and being forgiven.

— Msgr. Cyr, Grand Isle, ME

Thank you again for your devotion to the ministry The Divine Mercy has entrusted to you. I don't think you'll ever know the extent to which people's lives have been changed through your cooperation in this very important work you so generously and faithfully carry out. Rest assured of my prayers!

— Fr. Anthony Bús, St. Stanislaus Kostka, Chicago, IL

Your enthusiasm and love for the Divine Mercy inspired me and many of us to be more merciful. I hope and pray that you continue to grow in faith and holiness and always be the Messengers of Mercy.

— Fr. Andrew Swietochowski, Holy Spirit Church, Mitchell, SD

I was happiest with the 'fruit of the pudding' – I spent 2 hours in the confessional.

— Fr. Kerwin, Holy Family, Enfield, CT

I recently attended your presentation. I thoroughly enjoyed the evening. It was well done ... well thought out and arranged, and indeed 'inspiring'. Your evening and presentation offered all a deep appreciate of what the Divine Mercy is all about, and how important it is. And as such the presentation made a 'living' impression. This was definitely a blessing for all who attended.

— Fr. Jim Graham, Pittsburgh, PA

By this presentation people are led to the mystical heights of the message, although they don't realize that this is the case. And that is why they are so deeply touched. And they can see through the experience of what is presented to them, things that are happening within themselves…. So I really am so happy to have seen and have taken part in these presentations and I have heard the reports of a great many priests who have said that this is absolutely excellent, this is what people need to see, need to experience and we know that the Lord's blessings accompany it because of the results that follow, particularly return to sacraments, to Holy Confession. A deeper desire to spend time with the Holy Eucharist…

— Fr. Seraphim Michalenko, MIC former Vice Postulator for North America
in the Canonization process of Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska