I have exciting news! We have produced DVDs of the recent Advent Mission talks Padre Martín Scott delivered at Saint Margaret of Scotland parish in Foley, Alabama. The title of the talk was “The Greatest Gift: Our Lord’s Divine Mercy” and there is one talk in English and one talk in Spanish. They are on separate DVDs.

The DVDs are $20 each, and we are charging $4.00 for shipping and handling. The DVDs will also be available for purchase at some upcoming events in Maryland and San Antonio. We can include a maximum of two DVDs per package for the $4.00 shipping charge. I have included an option to buy both DVDs at once.

Please email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you experience any issues or have any questions. Please be sure to include your shipping address when placing your order. DVDs will be mailed out as quickly as possible using the U.S. Postal Service, and we can only accommodate U.S. mailing addresses at this time. This is new for us, so we ask for your patience and understanding as we test this out.

The DVDs have a high quality print on the disc and come in a simple plastic case. As always, all proceeds from sales benefit the ministry. 

DVD Selection


Example of English version DVD: 

While he was visiting San Antonio in September 2019, Padre Martín Scott conducted a couple of interviews that are very much worth listening to for uplifting spiritual inspiration.

He appeared on the 16 September episode of Rise and Walk with Richard Reyna on Guadalupe Radio Network, FM 89.7, our local Catholic radio station here in San Antonio. Richard teams up with his wife Julie for a lively exchange of spiritual views. It’s just fantastic!

Padre Martín also appeared on another episode of the John 3:30 Podcast with Jason Nuñez. Jason deep dives into how we should “Let God be God!” This was one of the recurring themes during Padre Martín’s visit.

I hope you enjoy these interviews! God bless you!

Jim Peterson


To all supporters of Padre Martín Scott and Divine Mercy Corporation. Please be aware that Padre Martín’s Hotmail email account was hacked in January, and he has been unable to regain control of his account. Scammers from Africa are sending emails pretending to be Padre Martín while he is visiting Africa. They obtained a photo of his passport when he actually visited Kenya last year, and they try to use that to help prove it is him.

PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS SCAM. All donations for Padre Martín’s ministry should be made to Divine Mercy Corporation. Padre Martín will never solicit donations paid to him personally. They have typically been asking for help to pay for surgery for a small child or baby. NONE OF THIS IS REAL.

If you have any questions about this or other requests for donations, please do not hesitate to email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to ensure it is legitimate.

Thank you and God bless you all.

Jim Peterson, Board Member, Divine Mercy Corporation


The community of Siervos de la Divina Misericordia was blessed on Saturday, 2 February 2019 when Brothers Pío and Benito were ordained as priests. The ceremony was conducted by Bishop Arthur Colgan, the Auxiliary Bishop of the Diocese of Chosica. It was a beautiful ceremony celebrating holy orders. Padre Pío and Padre Benito were ordained as Deacons in 2016, so the ordination was very welcome by all.

The community is expecting Brother Jesús to be ordained later in the Spring of 2019. This brings the total number of priests in the religious community to five, the other three being Padre Martín, Padre José María, and Padre Pedro.

A couple of weeks ago Padre Martín was interviewed by Jason Nuñez on the John 3:30 Podcast. This week it was my turn to sit in the hot seat. I take a rather practical approach to my Catholic faith life, so I hope anyone who hears the Podcast can come away with something useful they can use in their own faith journey or prayer life.

I didn’t know exactly what to expect or where we would go in the course of the conversation, but I’m pleased with the outcome. I’ve known Jason since 2013 when we were on an ACTS team together, so it was a very comfortable interview. We were just two faithful Catholics chatting about the faith. Please give it a listen!

John 3:30 Podcast - Episode 45 with Jim Peterson