A Testimony to the Power of Divine Mercy

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Dearest CDM prayer warriors, I thank you from the bottom of my heart for entrusting me into the Divine Mercy of our Lord Jesus through your unwavering prayers.  

I am convinced that the Lord saw the deep faith of this community as you prayed unceasingly for my healing even as I lay in a coma in the ICU with a failed brain surgery. I am overwhelmed with gratitude for your perseverance and “PUSH” (Praying Until Something Happens) attitude in lifting me and my family up to the Lord. He heard all our prayers, and against all medical diagnoses, Jesus granted me a miracle and has restored me to full neurological health, returning me to my wife, kids and the community! All glory to God! God bless each of you and your families.

John Jegathesan

with his wife, Nicole (middle), and children (from left), Seth, Sonia and Jude

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Feast of St Faustina

St Faustina serves as a constant reminder of the message to trust in Jesus’ endless mercy, and to live life mercifully toward others. We also turn to her in prayer and request her intercession to our merciful Saviour on our behalf. The following prayer may be included along with the devotion to the Divine Mercy:

“St Faustina, You told us that your mission would continue after your death and that you would not forget us. Our Lord also granted you a great privilege, telling you to “distribute graces as you will, to who you will, and when you will.”

Relying on this, we ask your intercession for the graces we need, especially for the intentions just mentioned. Help us, above all, to trust in Jesus as you did and thus to glorify His mercy every moment of our lives. Amen”


“ I have been praying the Chaplet of Divine Mercy daily for 10 years now and it is one of the most comforting experience for me having gone through 2 medical life crises. Through this weekly Healing Chaplet, I have seen how through our prayer intervention for others in need of healing, a former colleague had recovered from gall bladder removal surgery and another friend successfully completed 8 cycles of chemotherapy ”! Jesus – I Trust in You! “

Albert Yee

CDM Parishioner, Regular Participant of our Healing Chaplet of Divine Mercy

Divine Mercy Apostolate

  1. The mission of the Divine Mercy Apostolate is to spread God’s message of mercy to all parishioners and visitors.
  2. To foster unity among devotees through retreats, feast-day celebrations, Novena, etc.
  3. To provide uniform and authentic version of true devotion to all who are holding divine mercy prayers in their neighbourhood.

Divine Mercy Message

    The message of The Divine Mercy is simple. It is that God loves us – all of us.  And, he wants us to recognize that His mercy is greater than our sins, so that we will call upon Him with trust, receive His mercy, and let it flow through us to others.

    There are three main themes to the Divine Mercy Devotion:

    • to ask for and obtain the mercy of God
    • to trust in Christ’s abundant mercy
    • to show mercy to others.

    Divine Mercy Apostolate Elements

      The elements of the devotion which Divine Mercy Apostolate (DMA) facilitates are:

      1. Venerate the Image of Divine Mercy.

        • I am offering people a vessel with which they are to keep coming for graces to the fountain of   That vessel is this image with the signature: “Jesus, I trust in You”. (Diary, 327)

      2. The recitation of the Chaplet of Divine Mercy

        • this prayer when prayed from the heart with trust, would have great power and draw “unimaginable graces” (Diary, 687)

      3. The Novena to Divine Mercy.

      4. Celebrate the Feast of Mercy  –  Divine Mercy Sunday.

      5. Observe the Hour of Mercy – 3 O’ Clock Prayer.

        • it is the hour of great mercy… the hour of grace for the whole world, the hour when mercy is triumphed over justice. (Diary, 1320, 1572)

      6. The spreading of acts of mercy (Corporal/Spiritual).

        • Pray for the elderly, the sick and the dying, the conversion of sinners and the salvation of souls – Every Wednesday at 3:00 pm in the Adoration Room.
        • Support wake prayers.
        • Sing at Funeral Mass conducted in CDM.
        • Offer mass for the souls of the dearly departed.
        • Visit the sick in hospitals or homes and recite the Chaplet of Divine Mercy.

      Divine Mercy Apostolate Ex-Co Members

      Lead Co-Ordinator:  Luke Teo Asst: Matilda Ng
      Divine Mercy Prayer: Matilda Ng Asst: Roselind Loh
      Funeral Choir Co-Ordinator:  Mary Fernandez Asst:  Luke Teo
      Secretary:  Lilian Tan
      Treasurer:  Jenny Yeap
      Social Activities Co-Ordinator:  Rizaldy Sapiera Asst:  Marissa Sapiera

      Divine Mercy Apostolate Services and Contacts

      Prayer for the Sick and Dying – Please contact the Parish Office (65833378) or Email:

      Divine Mercy Devotional Timings

      Refer to Devotional  Timing