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The IVth  International Congress of the Apostles of Divine Mercy, Łagiewniki, Poland

Mary Fenerty and delgated hold the special candleA Bootle lady has returned from the IVth International Congress of the Apostles of Divine Mercy, Poland, with a candle lit by a flame taken from a flame on a candle originally lit by Pope St John Paul II.

Delegate Mary Fenerty explains, “The Congress  held in Łagiewniki - was attended by people from all over the world, Polish Delegates Agata and Mariaeven as far away Australia and Argentina. “

Mary Fenerty at Lagiwniki“Each day at 12 noon there was Holy Mass where representatives from different countries took part in the liturgy, and  each afternoon we all tookpart in the ‘Hour of Mercy’. “

“Cardinal Stanisław Dziwisz, the Archbishop of Krakow opened the Congress by giving a talk of the ‘unusual ways of Karol Wojtyła to Divine Mercy.’ “

“Personal testimonies by bishops from Reykjavik Iceland, Romania and Russia Mary Fenerty in the Sanctuary of Divine Mercy, Lagiewniki followed, and Sister Maria Elżbeta Siepak, ZMBM spoke about ‘Christian Mercy in the Diary of Sister Faustina and in the teaching of John Paul II.’ “

“Prof Jan D Szczurek talked about the ‘Truth on God and man in the light of the mystery of Divine Mercy’ and this was followed by Archbishop Stanisław Nowak from Częstochowa who discussed the ‘Feast of Divine Mercy and the Pastoral Consequences.’ “

Mary Fenerty delivers a paper at the Congress“On the final day, Rev Prof Jan Machniak, the Rector of the International Academy of Divine Mercy, gave an account on why Saint Sister Faustina should be considered a Doctor of the Church.  There was the opportunity to give a testimony of Divine Mercy and I presented my talk on the work I do for Divine Mercy in England.  There were other testimonies from Australia, Germany, North and South America and Africa.

Cardinal Dziwisz prepares to give a delegate a candle “After the ‘Hour of Mercy’ on the final day, together with representatives from other countries, I received a lighted candle. This candle was lit from the sanctuary    Mary Fenerty with the candle given by Cardinal dziwiszlight by the Tabernacle which St John Paul II lit on his very last visit to Łagiewniki. The Mary Fenerty is given a candle by Cardinal dziwiszCardinal gave me this candle as a ‘spark’ to ignite the flame of Divine Mercy in my country. “

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