• 2021 April 14

    The homily of the Archbishop on Divine Mercy Sunday

    My dear brother and sisters in Christ, the Gospel today begins with the apostles, having locked themselves in the room out of fear of the Jews. Jesus has just been murdered on the cross, ant they are imagining probably the worst-case scenarios, what might happen to them. They are full of fear, anxiety, frustration and […] Read more

  • Gailestingumo savaitė 2021 2021 April 2

    Divine Mercy Week, 2021

    „I desire that the first Sunday after Easter be the Feast of Divine Mercy“, – Jesus revealed to St. sister Faustina upon his first apparition. He has also repeated this request several more times. The first Sunday after the Easter finalizes the celebratory octave of Resurrection, implying the particularly close relation between the mystery of […] Read more

  • 2020 December 25

    Merry Christmas from Vilnius!

    My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord; my spirit rejoices in God my savior. Luke 1, 47 As we celebrate the birth of Christ this year, the Mother of God is shining for us like a Beacon of Hope. Whatever the circumstances, she puts all her hope in the Lord and teaches us to […] Read more

  • 2020 May 8

    Full Documentary AUDRYS on YouTube

    „Audrys“ is a documentary about the cardinal Audrys Juozas Bačkis in modern day Lithuania. Full documentary AUDRYS with English subtitles – on Youtube. Read more

  • 2020 April 28

    CNA writes about the Image of the Divine Mercy

    “The image of the Divine Mercy was exposed for the first time 85 years ago In Vilnius” – writes Andrea Gagliarducci. Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is situated at the geographic center of Europe. The Gate of Dawn is one of the entrance doors of the city, where there is a chapel  dedicated to our  […] Read more

  • 2020 April 21

    Homily of Archbishop Grušas, Divine Mercy Sunday 2020

    Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, “Peace be with you!” These words of Jesus resonate in the hearts of the frightened disciples who are hiding behind closed doors afraid of persecution. We may not experience such direct persecution today, but many of us are in a very similar state: quarantined at home, afraid of contagion, […] Read more

  • 2020 April 12

    Easter Greetings from Bishops of Vilnius

    May the closeness of the Risen Christ grant you true peace and encourage you to share it with everyone! Read more

  • 2020 April 10

    Friday the whole world starts preparing for a feast that was first celebrated in Vilnius

    A feast that Pope John Paul II directed all the world’s Catholics to celebrate was first celebrated in Vilnius, Lithuania, 85 years ago. That feast is Divine Mercy Sunday, marked on the Sunday after Easter. Already this Friday, Good Friday, April 10, a nine-day prayer vigil begins which will lead up to the feast of […] Read more

  • 2020 February 3

    We invite you to contribute to the renovation projects at the House of St. Faustina

    We invite you to contribute to the renovations that are taking place at the house of St. Faustina in Antakalnis Vilnius. This is a highly regarded pilgrimage location. The nun St. Faustina lived in the house from 1933–1936, and documented her experienced visions here. The convent house survived the Soviet era, though it was used […] Read more

  • 2019 December 25

    Merry Christmas from Vilnius!

    The birth of Christ is mankind’s source of joy. God so loves the world that He sends His Son to set us free from the slavery of sin and to lead us to the fullness of joy. We pray that during this New Year you allow the Lord to enter your life anew, so that […] Read more

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