'A Message to Be Lived'

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Dr. Bryan Thatcher is the founder and director of Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy (EADM), an apostolate of the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception.

EADM's ministry and mission, he says, is "to spread the message of The Divine Mercy to a hurting world." But how is that done?

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Learn more about EADM.

Learn how to start a Divine Mercy cenacle in your area.

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Marie Virelle - Sep 1, 2015

God bless you always Dr. Tatcher. I been learning, sharing and educating others about the Mission of Divine Mercy Apostoles. I really thank you for all your motivation and to share with us the most mercyful message...God bless you and your family...

MaryS - Aug 30, 2015

Thank you Dr. Bryan, God bless you always.

Annie Karto - Aug 6, 2012

I am so proud of Dr. Thatcher and his wife Sue. In a culture of death, with attacks against our families, they strive to continue to proclaim life, and spread the Message of Divine Mercy to a hurting world. May we continue to spread His Mercy together.

Joanne in Phoenix - Jul 25, 2012

Blessings to you and to all of the cenacle members with all of those who believe that Jesus is the incarnation of God's omnipotent and all loving mercy.

Becky - Jul 4, 2012

This is so beautiful and so simple but so hard in today's world of selfishness, materialism, and just plain bad manners. "Love one another as I have loved you." - so simple and thanks Bryan for going way out of your way to get the message out. I hope you are not just preaching to the choir, but it is up to us to see that you are not!

Maria - Canada - Jul 3, 2012

Thank you very much Dr. Thatcher for hearing the call to start this incredible formation. The cenacle formation is so rich that it truly helps us better undersand the message of His Love,Mercy and Forgiveness which is what we need more than ever at this time in history. May we all become "Eucharistic". Thanks again! Blessings and graces to you, the family and Pauline (at EADM).

Gerri - Jun 30, 2012

The Message of Divine Mercy is so present to today's general societal situation. The need is so aparent that it has driven me to make a professional change so that I can be 'available' in body and spiritually to my communit, as I daily seek His never ending Mercy for myself.