The Philippines is on fire for Divine Mercy, and it all started with simple prayercards printed by the Marians of the Immaculate Conception. U.S. servicemen brought these Divine Mercy prayercards with them to the Pacific Theater during World War II. The message and devotion found a beachhead in the Philippines, and the rest is history, right? Well, actually, the story has only just begun!

Also See


  • Fr. Dariusz Drzewiecki, MIC
  • Vicariate Superior
  • Marian Fathers
  • Camposano Compound, Purok 7
  • Tugbok Proper
  • Davao City, 8000
  • Philippines
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Marians in the Philippines

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Religious Houses and Residences

  • Davao
  • El Salvador
  • Quezon City

Marians Religious House in the Philippines

It's no secret who runs things at Divine Mercy Hills. It's Jesus, The Divine Mercy, whose likeness towers over the landscape. This is the world's largest Divine Mercy statue. Pictured above is Polish missionary Ela, with Frs. Jan Migacz, MIC (left), and Walerian Pozniak, MIC.

Community of the Marians during the Superior General's visit in 2012