Divine Mercy Apostolates

The support you need to bring Divine Mercy to your home, your community, and your parish is found in these Divine Mercy Apostolates

The Divine Mercy Apostolates — Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy (EADM), Healthcare Professionals for Divine Mercy (HCPDM), John Paul II Institute of Divine Mercy (JPII), and Mother of Mercy Messengers (MOMM) — represent four unique lay outreach ministries of the Marians of the Immaculate Conception. These four ministries bring the Message of Divine Mercy to churches and community throughout the country. Working together with the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy and the Association of Marian Helpers in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, they promote and teach the authentic forms of the message and devotion to The Divine Mercy. In addition, they encourage people to live out the message of Mercy in their daily lives through a collection of engaging programs, books, publications, and presentations for lay people and the clergy alike.

The Association of Marian Helpers

The Association was created to support the spirituality and worldwide ministries of the Marians of the Immaculate Conception, who bring Divine Mercy to where it is most needed. Through its publishing ministry and Divine Mercy Intercessory Prayerline, the Association encourages its members to grow in holiness. The Marian Helpers Center houses Marian Press, which publishes the Diary of St. Faustina and numerous materials to foster devotion to The Divine Mercy and Our Blessed Mother.

John Paul II Institute of Divine Mercy

Founded in 1996 by renowned experts on Divine Mercy — Fr. Seraphim Michalenko, MIC, and Fr. George Kosicki, CSB — the Institute provides instruction in Divine Mercy theology and spirituality to both parish leaders and clergy. At its inception, Pope John Paul II entrusted the Institute with the task of providing "formation and research in The Divine Mercy message and devotion as it is revealed in Scripture, Sacred Tradition, and in the life and writings of St. Faustina Kowalska."


Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy

The Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy (EADM) is building the body of Christ through its worldwide network of Cenacles. This guided study program for prayer communities includes the study of Sacred Scripture, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and the DIARY of St. Faustina. Participants gather in local communities to learn more about God, the Holy Catholic Church and their place in the Body of Christ.

Genuine belief in the Real Presence of Our Lord in the Most Holy Eucharist. The apostolate promotes Eucharistic Adoration, together with hourly praying of The Divine Mercy Chaplet for the sick and dying.


Mother of Mercy Messengers

Want the Divine Mercy message to come alive before your very eyes? Invite the Mother of Mercy Messengers (MOMM) to your church or community. MOMM brings the Divine Mercy message and devotion into parishes, schools and organizations across the country through a variety of unique and dramatic presentations. MOMM’s prayerful events and programs are enriching, inspiring, and educational for hearts and souls of all ages.


Healthcare Professionals for Divine Mercy

Healthcare Professionals for Divine Mercy offers nurses, physicians, allied health and other caregivers a unique program of professional formation that integrates the spirituality and devotional elements of The Divine Mercy message in patient care.

Its program of spiritual and professional formation includes:

  • The Spiritual Care Plan that thoroughly assesses patients' spiritual needs and fosters their spiritual and pastoral care;
  • The Annual Divine Mercy Conference for Medical Professionals that addresses current issues in bioethics and offers 15 CEUs and CMEs;
  • A concise manual: Nursing With the Hands of Jesus: A Guide to Nurses for Divine Mercy that offers 8 CEUs for nurses;
  • Spiritual growth opportunities through Eucharistic Apostles' Cenacles program and specialized retreats.