PARISH DIVINE MERCY CENACLES

God has promised a great grace especially to all those… who will proclaim My great mercy. I shall protect them Myself at the hour of death, as My own glory. (Diary, 378)

Parishes around the Diocese of Colorado Springs, indeed throughout the world, are establishing Divine Mercy Cenacles, named after the Upper Room were Mary and the Apostles joined in prayer after Jesus’ Crucifixion.

A Divine Mercy Cenacle is a group of faithful people who meet on a regular basis for prayer, devotion, song, and reflection. They read and discuss Sacred Scripture, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and the writings of St. Maria Faustina. Cenacle members also perform works of mercy which include offering prayers and assistance at home and at places of work and participating in parish and community service projects.

Cenacles are a wonderful opportunity to grow in faith and trust in the Lord; help save souls by praying for the conversion of sinners and for the sick and dying; and share the Divine Mercy message with a world that desperately needs it.

Please consider joining one of our existing Cenacles (see below). If none of them will work for you, think about starting a Cenacle in your own parish. It is an easy and rewarding ministry, and we can help you every step of the way. If you are interested, please contact us at divinemercy@diocs.org.

Mankind will not have peace until it turns with trust to My mercy. (Diary, 300)


AVE MARIA CATHOLIC CHURCH

Meets every 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month at 10:00 am and at 7:00 pm
Contact Mary McCabe: mccabemr1@comcast.net

 

HOLY APOSTLES CATHOLIC CHURCH

Eucharistic Apostles of Divine Mercy
Meets every 2nd Thursday of month from 6:00 pm until 7:30 pm
Contact the Parish Office: office@holyapostlescc.org

 

ST. GABRIEL CATHOLIC CHURCH

Every other Friday after the 12:15pm Mass from 1:30 pm until 3:00 pm
The Cenacle includes the Chaplet and Rosary.
Meets in the Library.
Contact Barb Corder: barbarajcorder@gmail.com

 

ST. PATRICK CATHOLIC CHURCH

Cenacle Sessions meet in the Pastor's Conference Room

Morning Session
Every 2nd and 4th Thursday from 7:45 am until 9:15 am
Contact Bonnie Bachta: bonniebachta@comcast.net

Afternoon Session
Every 2nd and 4th Friday from 1:30 pm until 3:00 pm
Contact Geralyn Underwood: geralyn52@msn.com

Evening Session
Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday from 6:30 pm until 8:00 pm
Contact Brian Eggengerger: beggenberger@gmail.com

 

ST. PETER CATHOLIC CHURCH

Every 1st and 3rd Friday of each month.
Afternoon Session at 1:30 pm with Holy Hour to follow at 3:00pm
Meets in the large conference room.
Contact Theresa Knapp: knappt4@comcast.net

We of Divine Mercy of the Rockies continue to focus on our three objectives: 1) Promote Jesus’ message of Divine Mercy; 2) Foster mercy in prayers, words, and deeds; and 3) Establish a Shrine and Center for Research and Education to serve the entire Rocky Mountain region.

We were excited earlier this year when the Sisters of the Merciful Jesus – the congregation Jesus told St. Faustina He wanted to be established – accepted Bishop Sheridan’s invitation to found a convent within the Diocese of Colorado Springs. They will beautifully model mercy in prayers, words, and deeds. In anticipation of their arrival, we are actively seeking employment for the Sisters and a suitable location for their convent.

Our most challenging objective will be establishing the Divine Mercy of the Rockies Shrine and Center for Research and Education which we intend to be run by the Sisters.

In the meantime, we are developing a targeted direct-mail campaign to educate and raise awareness of Divine Mercy; exploring the placement of large Divine Mercy roadside signs along high-traffic highways; increasing Home Enthronements of Jesus, the Divine Mercy, as King of Home and Family; promoting and establishing new Divine Mercy Cenacles and prayer groups; translating our website and selected materials into Spanish; and planning our next Pilgrimage to Lithuania and Poland, where we will walk in the footsteps of St. Faustina and Bl. Fr. Sopocko.

While we daily pray that Jesus will guide us in our efforts to more widely promote His message of Divine Mercy, we know He will accomplish this important work primarily through those like you, who share our devotion to Him.

So, we ask you to consider, at this crucial time, making a generous, tax-deductible donation to Divine Mercy of the Rockies. If you can make it a monthly gift, that would help us immensely!

You can make your gift by clicking on the image and completing the donation form, or you can mail your check to Divine Mercy of the Rockies at the address below:
Divine Mercy of the Rockies
St. Benedict Catholic Church
12130 Falcon Highway
Falcon, CO 80931