We have been working since 1990 as a Spanish Ministry in the Mercy of God Prayer Center under the direction of Ginny Antaya.
In 2012, the Spanish community expanded and became Our Lady of Guadalupe Divine Mercy Center located at 17 Mustang Meadow Run in Dale, Texas.
Our main goal is to shadow the New Evangelization which calls each of us to deepen our faith, believe in the Gospel message and go forth to live and proclaim the Gospel.
After having received our EIN number from the IRS as a non-profit organization, we have formed a board of directors.
Members of the board:
Director: Inez Reyes
Co Director: Linda Davis
We are a bi-lingual community of lay people dedicated to living the message of God's healing power through prayers and deeds of mercy.
Our main goal is to evangelize all people. Our members are also devoted to promote the "School for Spiritual Growth and Inner Healing" by Fr. James J. Wheeler, S.J.,and The Divine Mercy Cenacles.
Our faithfulness and faith must be shown with humility and responsibility to build strong conviction of God in our hearts. Our community perseveres in prayer of intercession for the conversion and the healing of souls.
Adoration of the blessed sacrament disciplines us to listen and pray in silence. We ask the Holy Spirit for the gifts, especially the gift of love to build the kingdom of God. We also pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy for the whole world.
Our hearts are open to receive all people who need to be led to Jesus.
The objective of OLG Divine Mercy Center is to evangelize and grow in our Faith.
A Divine Mercy Cenacle is a group of people who meet weekly for song, prayer, and discussion on Scripture, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and the Diary of St. Maria Faustina, as a small Christian community. The Cenacles empower us to do the corporate and spiritual works of mercy.
Our mission is to encourage devotion to this Message of God’s Mercy which Saint John Paul II said had influenced his Papacy. Cenacles of EADM have been established in many parishes . At the prayer center, many have participated and engaged in the Cenacles of Divine Mercy which have sprouted out to different parishes in the Diocese. The devotion consists of studying the following material:
Divine Mercy Sunday is celebrated in several parishes. Deeds of Mercy include Communion to the home bound, prayers for the sick and dying. Our Lady of Guadalupe Divine Mercy Center hosted many days of reflection and retreats at parishes over the years, as well as at our prayer center.
Holy Mass when priest are available. Eucharistic Adoration monthly.
One who consciously and voluntarily offers up prayers and physical sufferings to God for accomplishing our mission.
For those who have experienced a Renewal of Faith by participating in CHRP, ACTS, Cursillo, Charismatic Renewal, College Awakening Programs, etc.
Program offers a deepening of one’s faith through the Ignatian Exercises in a 28-step format over Four Semesters paralleling the Life of Christ in the Scriptures. It provides for healing of unresolved issues in one’s life through Repentance, Forgiveness, Guilt/Regret, Anger, Grief, Judgment, Healing of Identity, Relationships, to name a few topics.
Authored by Rev. James Wheeler, S.J. and Sr.Dymphna Murray, R.S.M., School for Spiritual Growth and Inner Healing includes Days of Reflection, Retreats and Inner Healing by trained Prayer Ministers by appointment.