6th National Divine Mercy Conference

6th Divine Mercy ConferenceHosted by Friends of Divine Mercy Scotland

‌Date: Saturday 26 October 2019
Time: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m
Venue: St Augustine’s Church, 12 Dundyvan Road, Langloan, Coatbridge, ML5 1DQ
Registration: Please view instructions below

Conference theme

"Father, if you are willing, take this cup from me; yet not my will, but yours be done." Luke 22:42

View the National Divine Mercy Conference 2019 - Agenda (pdf)


For more information about the event get in touch with us by email: rcchaplaincy-fodms@glasgow.ac.uk.


‌Fr Peter Prusakiewicz

Fr Peter PrusakiewiczFr. Peter (Piotr) Prusakiewicz of the Congregation of St. Michael the Archangel (see link for further details on The Angels – messengers from a loving God)in Poland is regarded as a world renowned expert on Divine Mercy and the Holy Angels. 

Father Peter was ordained priest of the Congregation of St Michael the Archangel on 23rd May 1990. By God’s providence from 1993 – 1996 he served as chaplain to the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy in Warsaw where St Faustina began her religious life. This was one of the most treasured periods in his life. He learned much about her character, trials, spiritual battles and revelations given to St Faustina in her writings and from the sisters who were still alive and knew St Faustina personally.

He also gained insight on the life and mission of St Faustina's Confessor and Spiritual Director, Blessed Father Michael Sopocko, who continued the important task of advancing the devotion of Divine Mercy after her death. The Chaplet is a vessel, a link, a bridge and a path to the infinite ocean of Divine Mercy.

Fr Peter will be speaking on "The Will of God in the Life and the Writings of Saint Faustina."

Professor Stephen McKinney

Professsor Stephen McKinney will be speaking on "Jesus - Following the Father."

Dr Robert Stackpole

Dr Robert Stackpole will be speaking on "How to Make it through the Dark Night of the Soul."

Sr Maria Natella

Sr Maria Natella will be speaking on "The Contents of the Cup."

Workshop schedule

Morning workshops

Workshop title
1. The power and love of Saint Michael the Archangel
2. The Holy Eucharist – the Sacrament of Mercy
3. The Sacrament of Reconciliation
4. Devotion to Divine Mercy and how to start up a Divine Mercy prayer group
5. God's Naked Vulnerability: our greatest gift

Afternoon workshops

Workshop title
6. How do we carry out the will of God effectively?
7. At three o'clock, implore My mercy .... the meaning of three o'clock prayer
8. The Secret to keeping Satan at Bay
9. The Humility of Christ must be shown in all we do and say
10. St Pope John Paul II and the New Evangelisation



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