Be a member of Servants of God's Divine Mercy
Servants of God's Divine Mercy is a lay Apostolate in Australia for the salvation of souls through Jesus, The Divine Mercy. Details of our work are outlined in Our Story.
It is an Apostolate for the Elderly, the Sick & the Dying (encompassing Abortion victims), and we include a special intention for Marriages & Families under pressure to conform to social norms contrary to Jesus Christ's teaching.
Servants of God's Divine Mercy was set up in Australia in 2010 to create a worldwide network of Divine Mercy devotees who pray for these intentions and it is open to everyone for FREE. As a member, we shall include you in our regular Divine Mercy Prayers - we simply request you to:
We endeavour to help Jesus' Work of Mercy through Love and Mercy Mission, by practicing Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy and through this website, hand in hand with its sister website dedicated to Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mother of Mercy at www.virginmotherofguadalupe.com
To join, please complete the Membership Form with a request to become a member. God bless you with Mother Mary, too!
Pray the Chaplet of The Divine Mercy for the Dying
In her diary, Divine Mercy In My Soul, St Faustina recounts a number of experiences where she was inspired to pray for certain dying persons. As soon as she prayed the Chaplet of the Divine Mercy, they died in peace. There were other instances when Our Lord asked her to pray the Chaplet for dying sinners. The power of the Divine Mercy Chaplet when said at the bedside of the dying is revealed in the following excerpts from her diary:
A Divine Mercy Apostolate for the salvation of souls
Gather a group of friends or family members to pray for the elderly, the sick & the dying and the salvation of souls - a Holy Hour at 3 o'clock pm once a week is ideal. Pray the
There is no steadfast rule on when, where or what prayers to include. You can refer to various Divine Mercy devotional materials and select the appropriate prayers.
Our Lord impressed upon St Faustina the importance of praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet and Novena for sinners. He said, "Tell souls not to place within their own hearts obstacles to My mercy, which so greatly wants to act within them. My mercy works in all those hearts which open their doors to it. Both the sinner and the righteous person have need of My mercy. Conversion, as well as perseverance, is a grace of My mercy." (Diary 1577)
In another instance, Our Lord said, "...help Me to save souls. You will go to a dying sinner, and you will continue to recite the chaplet, and in this way you will obtain for him trust in My mercy, for he is already in despair." (Diary 1797)
Prayer of Conversion Jesus taught St Faustina:
"O Blood and Water, which gushed forth from the Heart of Jesus as a Fount of Mercy for us, I Trust in You!" (Diary 309)
Jesus also asked St Faustina to say a novena for the Holy Father. He said, "Make a novena for the Holy Father's intention. It should consist of thirty-three acts; that is, repetition that any times of the short prayer - which I have taught you - to The Divine Mercy." (Diary 341)
St Faustina's Prayer for Sinners:
O Jesus, eternal Truth, our Life, I call upon You and I beg Your mercy for poor sinners. O sweetest Heart of my Lord, full of pity and unfathomable mercy, I plead with You for poor sinners. O Most Sacred Heart, Fount of Mercy from which gush forth rays of inconceivable graces upon the entire human race,I beg of You light for poor sinners. O Jesus, be mindful of Your own bitter Passion and do not permit the loss of souls redeemed at so dear a price of Your most precious Blood. O Jesus, when I consider the great price of Your Blood, I rejoice at its immensity, for one drop alone would have been enough for the salvation of all sinners. Although sin is an abyss of wickedness and ingratitude, the price paid for us can never be equalled. Therefore, let every soul trust in the Passion of the Lord, and place its hope in His mercy. God will not deny His mercy to anyone. Heaven and earth may change, but God's mercy will never be exhausted. Oh, what immense joy burns in my heart when I contemplate Your incomprehensible goodness, O Jesus! I desire to bring all sinners to Your feet that they may glorify Your mercy throughout endless ages. (Diary 72)