MOMM-Lead Story

They Know How to Reach the 'Lost Generation'

Since January 2001, Dave and Joan Maroney, known as Mother of Mercy Messengers (MOMM), an apostolate of the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception, have traveled more than 250,000 miles to give their multimedia presentations that go to the heart of The Divine Mercy message. While they gear their presentations to all ages, Dave and Joan consider their work with youth to be the most crucial.

Why the youth?

MOMM Calls for 'All-Out Prayer Blitz'

Traveling the country through a veritable fusillade of presidential politics and economic anxiety, Dave and Joan Maroney, known as Mother of Mercy Messengers (MOMM), are advocating for the best prescription available to treat an ailing nation: prayer.

"We're calling for an all-out prayer blitz," says Dave.

That means all of us, each day, getting on our knees and spending extra time praying to God for mercy and wisdom for our nation and ourselves.

Today's Lesson: 'The Greatest Truth'

This is the third in a three-part series on Mother of Mercy Messengers, the Marian apostolate who travel the world spreading Divine Mercy. Read part 1 and part 2.


About 350 of them in all, mostly religious education students, pack the pews of St. Paul's Church in Mission, Texas. They don't know what to expect. But this is what they get: A reality check that is at once chilling and comforting.

Divine Mercy Comes into View

This is the second in a three-part series on Mother of Mercy Messengers, the Marian apostolate who travel the world spreading Divine Mercy. Read part 1.


By Felix Carroll

Before they married, they took a compatibility test. Their priest had never known a couple to score so high.

Compatibility is a priceless commodity when you're on the frontline of popular evangelism, when you've spent the better part of nine years traveling America's highways and back roads to bring Divine Mercy to the people of God.

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