THE DAUGHTERS OF THE LAMB OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION will be established solely for the purpose of saving souls, no other reason—REDEMPTION—bringing souls to the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit through Me, your Mother. (Message given on June 10, 2013)
Renewal of the Catholic Church through the restoration of the family by establishing Houses of Mercy with the 9 Directives as our foundation, consecrated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary as Benedictine Oblates living our lives within the Divine Will of God.
“The Fullness of My Love is My Mercy” Jesus 2017
Re-establish the family as the focal point of the Catholic Church, with proper faith formation as the center of the home life.
Re-establish the dignity of life from the infancy in the womb to the elderly, helping the impoverished — Acts of corporal and spiritual works of mercy.
To further establish vocations to religious life and priesthood from Christ-centered homes, by educating the family with the Catholic faith developing a deeper spiritual life in Christ.
Providing support spiritually and physically to the religious communities that embrace the 9 Directives from Heaven of the Daughters of the Lamb of the Immaculate Conception as their charism, and are obedient to the Will of God. We are here as an apostolate of Mercy to serve the faithful in need and are open to all God’s desires and plans for this apostolate. By faith we shall accomplish all things in Christ!
Our Apostolate will recognize as its feast day per Our Lord’s request - the memorial of “Mary, Mother of the Church” on the Monday after Pentecost on May 21, 2018 and every year thereafter. Approved on 03/03/2018 by Pope Francis “to foster Marian piety and the maternal sense of the church.”Cardinal Robert Sara wrote in his letter of decree: “This celebration will help us to remember that growth in the Christian life must be anchored to the Mystery of the Cross, to the oblation of Christ in the Eucharistic Banquet, and to the Mother of the Redeemer and Mother of the Redeemed.”
“O My Jesus, each of your saints reflects one of Your virtues; I desire to reflect your compassionate Heart, full of mercy; I want to glorify it. Let Your Mercy, O Jesus, be impressed upon my heart and soul like a seal, and this will be my badge in this and the future life.” (St. Faustina, Diary 1242)
St. Faustina Kowalska
August 25, 1905 – October 5, 1938
An Apostolate of Mercy Embracing the Life of the Divine Will to Usher in the Third Fiat of Sanctification as Jesus Promised to the Servant of God, Luisa Piccarreta