This is a small church group of up to 15 persons that meet on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays after the 9 am Mass (around 9:25 am) in the Chapel to pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet and study the Diary of St. Faustina, as well as Scripture and the Catechism in regards to Divine Mercy.
Q) “What is a cenacle?”
A) A cenacle is a small faith-sharing group. It is as old as the Church itself. The idea contained in the word cenacle is derived from the meeting of our Lord’s followers in the upper room where He celebrated the Last Supper. The Latin word for supper is cena. It was in the upper room that Jesus instituted the Eucharist and washed the apostles’ feet. It was there that the apostles received the Holy Spirit on Pentecost.
Our Eucharistic Apostles of Divine Mercy members meet in small groups. The goals are to delve deeper into the writings of St. Faustina and learn more about the Eucharist and the message of mercy. These aims become even more relevant as efforts are underway to make St. Faustina a “Doctor of the Church.”