EUCHARISTIC APOSTLES OF DIVINE MERCY
CHAPLET OF DIVINE MERCY
How to Recite the Chaplet:
The Chaplet of Mercy is recited using ordinary rosary beads of five decades. The Chaplet is preceded by two opening prayers from the Diary of Saint Faustina and followed by a closing prayer.
St. Maria Faustina
The Lord came to Sister Faustina many times throughout her life. Once he came to her and asked her to paint an image of him and have is signed "Jesus I Trust in You". Jesus wanted St. Faustina to tell everyone about his love and his Mercy. We will be learning about his great love by reading St. Faustina's Diary. The words that she uses are so amazing, here are a few quotes from her diary...
"The greater the sinner the greater the right to My Mercy"
"Tell aching mankind to snuggle close to My merciful heart, and I will fill it with Peace"
"We resemble God most when we forgive our neighbors"
"How can one Love a God that they do not see, but hate a brother or sister that they can see"
The Eucharistic Apostles of the Divine Mercy, under the patronage of "The Entirely Perfect, Virgin, Holy Mary" of Guadalupe, is a Roman Catholic, non-profit lay outreach ministry of the St. Stanislaus Kostka Province of the Congregation of Marians of the Immaculate Conception B.V.M. headquarters in Stockbridge, MA, USA.
1. To profess and proclaim the truth of the Real Presence of Jesus in the Most Holy Eucharist, and to promote, insofar as possible, Perpetual Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament and the hourly offering of The Divine Mercy Chaplet for the dying;
2. To bring to a hurting world The Divine Mercy Message and Devotion according to the revelations granted to the Church through Saint Faustina Kowalska;
3. To form small faith groups, called cenacles, which meet;
4. To encourage members in the exercise of the Faith through the spiritual and corporal works of mercy and to help people to become sensitive to the gift and beauty of life, especially the care for "lepers" of today-the rejected, the lonely, the disabled, the elderly, and the dying.
We meet twice a week: