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Divina Misericordia International Ministries

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ABOUT DIVINA MISERICORDIA MINISTRY

“For your sake I bless the Nation” said Jesus to St.Faustina (Sr. Faustina. diary – 39)

We are the ambassadors of Divine Mercy for the entire nations of the world. It’s an International Catholic Ministry under the Patronship of Bishop Rev Dr Varghese Chackalackal & Bishop Rev. Anthony Chirayath ( Spiritual Director). It embarked in April 2019 by the prompting of the Holy Spirit to Br.Saju Cleetus, a lay missionary.This ministry is indisputably the vision of our Heavenly Father, to prepare the world, before the second coming of Jesus Christ.We have now 30,000 plus members across the world,(from 50+ different countries) Bishops as patron and Spiritual Director, priests and nuns group, Ministers, Coordinators and Admins.

UPCOMING RETREATS

OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS

Patron

His Excellency Bishop Dr. Varghese Chakkalakkal

Spiritual Director

His Excellency Bishop Anthony Chirayath

Founder

Br Saju Cleetus

Br. Saju Cleetus

General Coordinator

Rev. Fr. Jose Sebastian

Assistant Coordinator

Br. Prince Sebastian

Br. Prince Sebastian

Coordinator of Divina Misericordia Sisters fellowship

Rev. Sr. Anupa

Rev. Sr. Anupa Kavalakkat

Dear Prayer Warriors of Divina Misericordia Ministries around the World,
Twelve very Important prayer intentions revealed by the Holy Spirit when the core team members of the “New Jerusalem ” of Divina Misericordia Ministries prayed together on August 2020, with permission of our Spiritual Director, Bishop Mar Anthony Chirayath, writing here.
Please co-operate with the God Plan” by taking up a Country from now on, and also by taking up one of the Twelve Prayer intentions given here.

  1. For those who have been separated from the Holy Catholic Church to return.
  2. Repentance of serious sinners.
  3. For the religious, anointed and the consecrated to grow and stay in God’s Love and Holiness, and for more priestly consecrated vocations from God arises from the Church.
  4. For non-Christians to know Jesus Christ and for the salvation of all .
  5. Let the laity who know Christ be zealous in Christ, and let the faint souls burn in the Love of Christ.
  6. For various problems of families and for family sanctification.
  7. Young people to grow in holiness.
  8. In order for the Divine Mercy of God to be proclaimed throughout the world, and for the formation of more and less devout, spiritual communities of God’s mercy in the Church.
  9. To accelerate world evangelization, Divina Misericordia will dedicate all its ministries to world evangelization.
  10. Preachers and ministers of the Word to be strengthened in the Holy Spirit…
  11. The triumph and glory of Our Lady’s Immaculate Heart.
  12. For the redemption of the Holy souls in purgatory and for humanity to experience the victory of Jesus ‘s Mercy at His second coming..

VISON, MISSION & VALUES

VISION

Be the ambassadors of Divine Mercy for the entire nations of the world. Have Thy mercy reach throughout the world and to each and every individual in the universe

MISSION

The glory of God’s mercy &
establishment of the Kingdom of God. Mission to fulfill his mercy from us.

VALUES

Unity and Strong Faith in God and on thy mercy is our key strengths. We all are a single family in him irrespective of where ever we are located in the world.

OUR SERVICES

History of the Chaplet of the Divine Mercy

The History of the Chaplet of the Divine Mercy
In 1935, St. Faustina received a vision of an angel sent by God to chastise a certain city.
She began to pray for mercy, but her prayers were powerless. Suddenly she saw the Holy Trinity and felt the power of Jesus’ grace within her. At the same time she found herself pleading with God for mercy with words she heard interiorly:
Eternal Father, I offer You the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Your dearly beloved Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, in atonement for our sins and those of the whole world; for the sake of His sorrowful Passion, have mercy on us. (Diary, 475)
As she continued saying this inspired prayer, the angel became helpless and could not carry out the deserved punishment (see 474). The next day, as she was entering the chapel, she again heard this interior voice, instructing her how to recite the prayer that our Lord later called “the Chaplet.” This time, after “have mercy on us” were added the words “and on the whole world” (476). From then on, she recited this form of prayer almost constantly, offering it especially for the dying.
In subsequent revelations, the Lord made it clear that the Chaplet was not just for her, but for the whole world. He also attached extraordinary promises to its recitation.
Encourage souls to say the Chaplet which I have given you (1541). Whoever will recite it will receive great mercy at the hour of death (687). When they say this Chaplet in the presence of the dying, I will stand between My Father and the dying person, not as the just Judge but as the Merciful Savior (1541). Priests will recommend it to sinners as their last hope of salvation. Even if there were a sinner most hardened, if he were to recite this Chaplet only once, he would receive grace from My infinite mercy (687). I desire to grant unimaginable graces to those souls who trust in My mercy (687). Through the Chaplet you will obtain everything, if what you ask for is compatible with My will. (1731)
Prayed on ordinary rosary beads, The Chaplet of The Divine Mercy is an intercessory prayer that extends the offering of the Eucharist, so it is especially appropriate to use it after having received Holy Communion at Holy Mass. It may be said at any time, but our Lord specifically told St. Faustina to recite it during the nine days before the Feast of Mercy (the first Sunday after Easter). He then added: “By this Novena, [of Chaplets] I will grant every possible grace to souls.” (796)
It is likewise appropriate to pray the Chaplet during the “Hour of Great Mercy” — three o’clock each afternoon (recalling the time of Christ’s death on the cross). In His revelations to St. Faustina, Our Lord asked for a special remembrance of His Passion at that hour.

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