“My Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass me by. The last hope of salvation for them is to flee to My Mercy." – Saint Faustina Kowalska
Divine Mercy on the Rosary Path
Monday to Friday 3:00 pm. During our Summer Schedule.
God’s love is unlimited and available to each and everyone of us. God is merciful and forgiving.
No matter how great our sins, if we call upon Him with complete trust He will pour his mercy onto us in such a way that not only we will be forgiven but we will also become an instrument of His love.
May we seek the Lord’s mercy with confident trust and may we know how to extend his love and forgiveness to others.
The Divine Mercy Devotion originated in the 1930s and it is based on the writings of Saint Faustina Kowalska. She was a Polish nun of humble origins, in the convent she was assigned to the tending to the vegetable garden and the kitchen. Despite the fact that she received only few years of elementary education - inspired by the Lord - she wrote a diary containing the revelations she received about God’s Mercy. Read more…
At 1.5 km. and extending over 20 acres, it’s the world’s largest living Rosary, with 15 Stations of the Cross. Whether you are leisurely walking down its natural pathways, or praying the Rosary, this tranquil facility will refresh and nourish your soul. Read more…