"I will make him a pillar in the sanctuary of my God" (Rev. 3:12)
Along the frenetic Kennedy Expressway, in the heart of Chicago, St. Stanislaus Kostka Church, The Sanctuary of The Divine Mercy, stands as a sign of contradiction, a light to the world, an oasis of life-giving water calling all of God's people to find peace by turning with trust to The Divine Mercy.
Designated as a Sanctuary by Chicago Archbishop Francis Cardinal George OMI in 2007, The Sanctuary of The Divine Mercy at St. Stanislaus Kostka Church is a prophetic sign of the emerging new springtime of faith foreseen by John Paul II in the third Christian millennium; a new Pentecost, that will ignite each soul by "contemplating the face of Christ, in union with, and at the school of His most Holy Mother".
Life transforming contemplation of the Merciful Eucharistic King enthroned in the Immaculate Heart of the Queen Mother is the core mission of the Sanctuary of The Divine Mercy. The Iconic Monstrance serves to "rekindle Eucharistic amazement" in the Church for a new evangelization drawing all people to the fountain of mercy.
For more information, please visit the site: www.sanctuaryofthedivinemercy.org