If Gabby could meet anyone at all

Make no mistake: When Mother of Mercy Messengers (MOMM) gives its multimedia presentation about God's mercy and St. Faustina, the results can be profound.

For proof, consider Gabby Rundall, an 11-year-old from Saline, Michigan.

After MOMM gave a series of presentations at her parish (St. Andrew's), in March, Gabby felt so inspired that she entered an essay contest in her community. The topic was, "Which famous woman would you choose to spend the day with, and what would you do on this special day with this famous woman?"

Devotion Promotion

Devotion to Jesus, The Divine Mercy, in the forms given through St. Faustina, continues to grow in a number of ways throughout the United States and the world. St. Faustina's promise to draw aside the veil and help us realize the truth of the message is being lived out through the work of many. Some may simply hand out cards with the Chaplet of Divine Mercy on them and teach others about the message, while others organize special events in their parishes. Some may even buy copies of the Diary of St. Faustina to give to people they know who may have an interest in reading it.

MOMM Tapes New Stations of the Cross Program

Joan and Dave Maroney of the Mother of Mercy Messengers (MOMM) recently completed primary taping of a new "Stations of the Cross" video/DVD at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy in Stockbridge, MA. Patterned after the Marian Press' popular "St. Faustina's Way of the Cross" booklet, the program will feature meditations and prayers based on Holy Scripture and St. Faustina's Diary.


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