Ladies of Divine Mercy – Alexis Walkenstein speaking

May 21, 2021

  • 5:00 pm –– Low Mass (Open to all, everything following, women only)
  • Talk by Alexis Walkenstein
  • Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
  • Rosary, Divine Mercy Chaplet, Confession
  • Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament
  • Food and fellowship in the church hall

Topic: Called to be Apostles of Divine Mercy

Alexis’ bio:

Alexis Walkenstein is an Emmy Award winning TV journalist turned film producer and PR pro. After covering murders, fires, the Kennedys, Super Bowls, the sex abuse in the Catholic Church and the death and funeral of now Saint John Paul II, Alexis became the chief spokesperson for Bishop Gerald M. Barbarito in the Diocese of Palm Beach. Through a deep desire to help renew the Church, Alexis left her mainstream career behind for a diocesan communications role and more direct evangelization. It was Pope John Paul II who inspired her to “go to the uncomfortable places,” which for a time was mainstream newsroom life – but during Saint John Paul II’s passing, Alexis was in Rome and God was stirring her heart and melting it toward a deeper call of service. After five years serving in the Diocese of Palm Beach, Alexis was called to a wider sphere of evangelization using film and media platforms. She has led publicity and strategy for some of the biggest faith films released out of Hollywood including, For Greater Glory, The Way, Little Boy, I Can Only Imagine, Mully, Breakthrough and Unplanned which she co-produced and traveled worldwide for distribution. Alexis recently edited Fulton J. Sheen from the Pauline Media Ex Libris book series and travels the world to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Fr. Finelli was ordained a Roman Catholic priest for the Diocese of Providence on June 13, 1992. He is an avid Mac user. Father has been designing websites since 1995 and is the host of the iPadre Catholic Podcast, which he founded in 2005. His hobby is Live Steam railroading in 1-1/2" scale.

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