"I am the wheat of God. I must become the bread of Christ." -St. Ignatius of Antioch

Divine Mercy Prayer Group

The Image of Divine Mercy is the painting of a vision of Jesus which appeared to St. Faustina on February 22, 1931 when she was living in a convent in Plock, Poland. Jesus specifically instructed her to have the vision painted and asked that it include the words, “Jesus, I Trust in You” inscribed underneath. He explained that the Image would represent His Divine Mercy which He wished the world to come to, as if to a fountain. He also requested that a feast day be established celebrating God's Divine Mercy.

The Divine Mercy Group meets at St. Ignatius for prayer, teachings, and special events such as the showing of the movie "Faustina". You are welcome to join us. We meet the second Saturday of the month in the youth house (90 Walton Street, 2 doors north of Dobies Funeral Home) at 9:45 a.m. after the 9 a.m. Mass, from Stepember through June.

Please contact Ann Michalcik at tarponannie@yahoo.com for more information.