Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy

Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy (EADM) is an apostolate of the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception. With your help, we can bring the message of Divine Mercy and much needed care to people around the world. See how you can help:

Cargo of Mercy:

Help EADM Send Medical Supplies and Needed Materials

 

Of the 6 billion people on our planet, 2.8 billion live on less than $2 a day. For those who do work, the conditions are often deplorable and the wages grossly inadequate.

Help the Marians through our lay outreach ministry, Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy, ship cargo containers full of donated medicine, medical supplies, religious articles, wheelchairs, and sewing machines to men and women in need. The wheelchairs and sewing machines help people become more mobile and independent and learn new skills. The medicine and medical supplies provide healing and support for the sick. The religious articles educate people in the faith and nourish the soul.

Individuals and businesses around the country send the donated supplies to our headquarters in Florida. Here's where you come in: We need your help shipping these desperately needed materials to our brothers and sisters around the world.

The shipping of the containers costs between $3,000 and $4,000, depending on the location of the villages and the fees to import the container. Since 2000, we have sent 19 of these containers to 11 different locations! We need your help to continue this Work of Mercy.

Suggested Offering:
$50, $100, $200, $500.
Gifts of any amount will be gratefully accepted.

Gift Card

A Gift of Mercy has been made in your name to provide the shipping cost of a container full of medicine, medical supplies, clothing, computers, religious items, and sewing machines to Catholic missions in developing countries. These supplies are desperately needed by our brothers and sisters gripped by a cycle of poverty, and thanks to this gift and others like it, they will receive the material and spiritual support they need.

Mission of Mercy:

Help EADM Bring Divine Mercy to a Hurting World

 

Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy (EADM) is an apostolate of the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception. While we receive much operational and some financial support from the Marians, it does not fully cover the costs associated with hosting and speaking at conferences, and coordinating more than 3,000 EADM cenacles as well as many Adoration chapels around the world. (In every Adoration chapel, cenacle members pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy for the sick and the dying.) With more cenacles starting all the time, we need your help to keep the message of Divine Mercy growing and flourishing in these sometimes far-sprung places around the globe. Consider making a donation today. May the Merciful Savior bless you for your generosity!

Sincerely
Dr. Bryan Thatcher,
Founding Director of EADM

Suggested offering:
$25.
Gifts of any amount will be gratefully accepted

Gift Card

If you are making a gift on someone's behalf, we can send a Gift Card for you. Your Gift Card will read:
A Gift of Mercy has been made in your name to support Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy (EADM). EADM brings the message of Divine Mercy to peoples around the world through maintaining an international network of cenacles (prayer groups), all of which are intended to perform works of mercy in their parishes or communities; by hosting and speaking at conferences; and by sending containers of medical supplies to developing countries. This donation helps EADM bring Divine Mercy to a hurting world.

In 1998, Dr. Bryan Thatcher of Tampa, Fla., left his medical practice to devote his life to spreading the message of Divine Mercy and adoration of the Holy Eucharist. Founding the Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy (EADM) as a lay outreach ministry of the Marians, he has helped establish Divine Mercy prayer cenacles throughout the world. Putting mercy into action, Bryan asked each cenacle to be formed in the spirituality of mercy and to communally practice at least one of the Works of Mercy. Bryan and his cenacle prayer group began collecting medicine, medical supplies, clothing, furniture, computers, and sewing machines to ship to missions all over the world.