The Eucharistic Apostles of Divine Mercy

 

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The Eucharistic Miracle of Lanciano.

  

  

Jesus, the Divine Mercy. Click on picture for full screen image.

 

The Eucharistic Apostles of Divine Mercy (E.A.D.M.) is a Catholic lay apostolate whose mission is to accomplish the following:

  1. Spread the Truth of the True Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist.
  2. Propagate the Message of God's Divine Mercy to a hurting world.
  3. Encourage vocations.
  4. Develop Homes of Mercy where the "lepers" of society (AIDS victims, elderly dying, disabled, orphaned, etc.) are cared for in a loving environment.

Read about Eucharistic Apostles around the world…

     The ministry is very Eucharist focused and we believe we are to receive and then live the Eucharist. We have been collecting artwork of Eucharistic Miracles from all over the world and we travel and speak on the Eucharist whenever and wherever we can. Hopefully, the artwork will go in a future chapel in the retreat center. We published "Miracles of the Eucharist" which details 21 Eucharistic miracles. For example, nearly 1300 years ago during a Mass at the Consecration, the Host actually turned to flesh and the wine to blood! Still preserved in a church in Lanciano, Italy, microscopic studies today have demonstrated the Host to be human heart tissue, and the blood human blood! Also, in our collection is a photograph of Blessed Imelda, an 11 year-old girl who died in 1333. She loved Our Lord in the Eucharist but could not receive because of her age. One morning after Mass a consecrated Host miraculously appeared and after receiving, she went into ecstasy and died. Her First Communion was her last! Many more miracles have occurred during the ages and are still taking place today.

  

Incorrupt body of Blessed Imelda (1333)

  

  

Miracle of Bagno di Romagna (1412)

Click here to see more about Eucharistic Miracles…

 

We have special love for Our Blessed Mother. She is the Mother of Mercy and the Mother of the Merciful Savior. When we struggle with the stresses of life in situations requiring humility, obedience, trust, and an ardent love of God, let us ponder the attitude of Mary, our loving mother. Since Jesus is present in Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity in the Eucharist, Mary is also the Mother of the Eucharist.

(See also forgiveness, mercy, suffering.)

 

Learn about the Feast of Divine Mercy! Explore E.A.D.M. around the world!

If interested in forming a group of Eucharistic Apostles of Divine Mercy in your area, check out our

Apostolate Guidelines.

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