Re: [Slovak-World] The Jesus Prayer in the East Moves West
- Pretty sure the Greeks think it was/is theirs -- just
FYI -- but still one of my favorites, and simple.
--- Gregory J Kopchak <greg@...> wrote:
> I got the following from the Divine Mercy Shrine.__________________________________
> As a footnote to the message.....
> Sister Faustina brought the Jesus Prayer from
> the Rusyn and Eastern Churches to the Roman
> Catholic Church thanks to her book on Divine Mercy.
> Mother Angelica spread it further with EWTN.
> You can read more about the Traditional Slovak and
> Rusyn Jesus prayer at
> From: Fr. Joseph MIC <frjoseph@...>
> August 25, 2005 marked the centennial of Saint
> Maria Faustina Kowalska's birth. It was with great
> that on that day I celebrated Holy Mass in the
> church where St. Faustina Kowalska was baptized and
> received her First Holy Confession and Communion.
> Included in that Mass were intentions sent in to me
> from over 4,000 Association Members.
> I am now preparing for the Feast Day of our beloved
> St. Faustina on October 5 and invite you to join me.
> The Marians at the National Shrine of The Divine
> Mercy are celebrating a special novena of Masses
> September 26 through October 4 to prepare for this
> Day. Join me in celebrating this special novena and
> with me your intentions to be remembered at the
> Shrine of The Divine Mercy.
> I will also carry with me your intentions to be
> in a Mass that I will celebrate in Poland at St.
> Faustina's tomb on her Feast Day, October 5. I
> invite you
> to remember especially any family members or friends
> suffered or died in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
> Submit your intentions now.
> Yours in our Most Merciful Lord,
> Fr. Joseph, MIC
> Director, Association of Marian Helpers
> Eden Hill
> Stockbridge, MA 01263
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> National Shrine of The Divine Mercy, and special
> from the Association of Marian Helpers.
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