Hear how our visitors have been inspired at the Center...........................
I did thank you yesterday, but never will be able to express, adequately, all the blessings that came. How right it was for that wonderful priest to have us begin by shouting "I am blessed!" It's very exciting to envision the transformations that could come, if people will avail themselves of the graces offered by the Divine Mercy Center.
I did mention to you how moved I was yesterday. Much of the time tears of joy kept coming and I felt so happy and grateful, that it was hard to summon up contrition for the Sacrament of Reconciliation I had with Father Kasimerz. However, the experience of the Confession with him was one of the most powerful experiences of my life and I'm sure that all the graces of the Event contributed to it. I had been afraid of being insufficiently recollected and seeming like a fool, but I can't imagine receiving more of the Love and Mercy of Jesus from the Lord, Himself. That time, as well as the whole afternoon, was the answer to months of prayers. How blessed I was. And am. How blessed we all are to have this Center in our midst during these fierce times.
I wish there was a recording of that majestic music.
What a majestic gift to our area and to the world. I'd wondered if I wasn't defeating myself by adding still another thing yesterday, but I'm still exhilarated by the blessings that came ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Sat. was such a gift. Thank you so very much for your hard work in putting this together and making it happen--to bless us all. I do look forward to Dec. 5 -- St. Rocco's should be bursting at the seams!
Thank you for all of your hard work. What a beautiful day. Your efforts resulted in a gift to all of us that attended. Every part of it was unbelievably special! Father Kaz was great, The Chaplet was so very moving, but the highlights that I'll never forget the Relic processing down the aisle. And Father Josephat's Homily, I wanted to jump out of my wheelchair! I'm just floating on air!