The Women of Jesus’ Merciful Passion

An Emerging Community of Women

The Women of Jesus’ Merciful Passion (WJMP) is a fruitful outcome of the Servants of Jesus of the Divine Mercy (SJDM), a private association of Christ’s Faithful established by His Eminence, Adam Cardinal Maida, on April 20, 2003.

The WJMP submits to the leadership of the Archdiocese of Detroit and all clergy who aid the Archbishop in his divine mandate of shepherding Christ’s faithful in the Archdiocese of Detroit.

As a part of the SJDM, the members of the WJMP continue to spread the message of Divine Mercy as revealed by Jesus to Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska. The charisms of this community are Holy Hospitality and Spiritual Direction.

The members of the WJMP seek to attain holiness and live in community while following the Rule of the Ten Virtues of the Blessed Virgin Mary. They seek to imitate Mary’s life and virtues in thought, word, and deed, which, rooted in the Gospels, are Purity; Prudence; Humility; Faith; Devotion; Obedience; Poverty; Patience; Mercy and Sorrow.

The members of the WJMP seek holiness through prayer that is regarded as a sacred duty and special mission among the People of God. They strive, through adoration before the Blessed Sacrament, to make Trust in Jesus and intercession for aching mankind a priority in their daily lives.

If you are a Catholic woman 18 to 40 and are feeling called to the charism of this community, we invite you to contact us at www.wjmp.org or 586-777-8591. May God bless you!