I just got off the phone with the Baton Rouge Missionaries of Charity, inviting them to come and help us pray the Chaplet in Chant. It would be wonderful to have them, as well as some women and children from their shelter, as witnesses to the universality of this beautiful devotion, as well as to pray with us for our diocese, our Holy Father and our Church!
St. Thomas, the Apostle to whom Our Lord revealed His wounds on the 1st Sunday after Easter (now known as Divine Mercy Sunday), was the Apostle to India. It is my belief that Thomas touching the wounds of Christ foreshadowed Mother Teresa touching the wounds of the poorest of the poor.
St. Thomas and Mother Teresa, please pray that Our Lord will pour out His Divine Mercy upon us – and upon the whole world – through our production!
P.S. If you haven’t had the chance to sign up for our taping, here’s our website, which includes a link to the registration page: http://conta.cc/131YSNZ
Blessings in His Divine Mercy,
Constance F. Anderson, M.Ed