Divine Mercy ImageOur apostolate follows the exact request of Jesus in the message of Divine Mercy when He asks that we spread His Mercy in deed, word and prayer, but he qualified this by saying first in deed. So our first commitment is to doing works of Mercy, which we do in seven poverty stricken countries that have no social welfare system and primarily with homeless children and the elderly who can not fend for themselves.

All of our workers are devotees of Divine Mercy and are volunteers, they get no wages and pay their own expenses. This is their contribution in answering God’s call to help spread His mercy in deed.

Romania was our first Eastern European venture in 1999: Here today we firstly look after medical welfare of children and the elderly by paying for operations of poor children in the Marie Cure Hospital, providing all surgical needs and medication. This is an ongoing project.

We have built an education centre in the Hospital grounds for children with long internments that would miss out on education otherwise.

We support poverty stricken families in Bucharest for all their needs, food, clothes and the education of their children and we have a medical Clinic where we employ a doctor who is freely available to them and we provide all their medication free.

We have built a Hospice for the dying in Timisoara Romania, and a Centre for single mothers and their children.

In all of the above we unashamedly make the message and image of Divine Mercy available, to demonstrate what inspires us to help them. With the help of the Bishop of Bucharest we had the Diary of St. Faustina translated and published in Romanian.

All of this work is repeated in a similar way in the other Eastern countries we work in, but in addition we are also building churches in countries where Communism prevented them having a church in the past. We have built two churches in Moldova where there was no Catholic church since 1945, when the communists occupied the country.

We are at present building churches in Georgia (old Soviet Union).

 To answer His call to spread His Mercy in word and prayer we started ‘Divine Mercy Publications’, which makes His message for the world, available in books, prayer cards and leaflets. All of the profits from the sales of Divine Mercy Publications support the above deeds or works of Mercy.      

Our Charity is registered and goes under the name of ‘Help us Dry the Tears’ or Divine Mercy in Action.  

We thank God for giving us the privilege of doing this work

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St. Eunan's Cathedral, Letterkenny, Donegal, Ireland

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Letterkenny, Donegal, Ireland



You can pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy with the Sisters of Merciful Jesus everyday at 3pm via the webcam in St. Eunan's Cathedral, Letterkenny, Donegal, Ireland.