Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta


Insights into Divine Mercy shared at All Saints

Published March 9, 2017

Father Kevin Peek speaks at a workshop at All Saints Church, Dunwoody, on Monday, Feb. 27. His presentation was titled “Divine Mercy: Hope in Troubled Times.” The presentation about St. Faustina Kowalska drew some 200 people.

DUNWOODY—“Divine Mercy: Hope in Troubled Times” was the subject of a talk by Father Kevin Peek at All Saints Church on Monday, Feb. 27. Nearly 200 people heard Father Peek tell of the help and hope promised to today’s troubled society by Christ’s Divine Mercy.

Father Peek spoke about St. Faustina Kowalska, a Polish nun, who became Jesus’ “Secretary of Mercy” by writing down all that he told her during the years that he appeared to her in the 1930s. These writings are now known as “The Diary of St. Faustina.”

Father Peek emphasized the powerful and loving promises made by Jesus to those who pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy and act on His gift of mercy.

Christ said, “Mankind will not have peace until it turns to my mercy.”

All Saints Church is presenting a Lenten series of small study groups to discuss “33 Days to Merciful Love” by Marians of the Immaculate Conception Father Michael Gaitley. The 10 study groups are already filled with participants eager to hear God’s message of hope and mercy.