Padre Martín Scott attended Mount Saint Mary’s Seminary in Emmittsburg, Maryland. In May 1988, he was ordained a diocesan priest for the Archdiocese of Washington D.C. For the next 15 years he was assigned to several parishes in the diocese. In 2003 he was granted permission from the Archdiocese of Washington D.C. to move to Peru with all his priestly faculties. He is the founder of the religious community called Siervos de la Divina Misericordia (Servants of Divine Mercy) in Chosica, Peru.
He is a missionary priest whose religious community lives entirely off Divine Providence. The charism of his religious community life is based on the messages concerning our Lord’s infinite Divine Mercy given to Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska. Padre Martín now conducts missions and healing services worldwide.
Sister Deirdre Byrne is an active missionary sister and superior of her community in Washington, DC. She is double board-certified in family medicine and general surgery. Sister DeDe is one of eight siblings. After college, she enrolled in medical school at Georgetown University. During that time, she also joined the Army.
After a life of medical and military service, she was led to the Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts community, whose charism involves sisters placing each person they care for between the Heart of Jesus and Mary. Her apostolate has been performing overseas medical missionary surgery and providing free medical care for the poor and uninsured. By 2000, she made her commitment to the Little Workers and began novitiate training. In 2009, after 29 years of service, Sister DeDe retired with the rank of Colonel from the United States Army. She wears a full black or white working habit and incorporates her medical and military service into her religious vocation.
Currently, she is superior of the D.C. Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts house near Catholic University, where the sisters run a pro-bono physical therapy clinic and diabetic eye clinic and retirement home for her elderly sisters as well as a music school for preschool children. Sister DeDe used her medical/surgical services to serve in the rubble of the twin towers following the terrorist attack on 9-11. In 2011, she served Jesus by caring for the sick during the Haiti earthquake. She does annual medical missions to Haiti and Iraq.
Nelson Bautista Ruiz
Nelson Bautista Ruiz, married for 34 yrs, and has 3 beautiful daughters and 8 grandchildren. He has been serving My Lord since March 31 1995.
Before The Lord called Nelson, he was fully devoted to martial arts training and competing. But ever since he responded to God's call, he have been serving Him. He began mainly visiting people at their homes where they had Spiritual needs. That’s where he was able to see God's Love, mercy, and power.
He moved to Florida in 2005 because The Lord ask him too. Since living in Florida, he has been active in the Orlando Dioceses with the Spanish Charismatic Renewal as leader in the adult & youth community. As well as coordinator of Youth Ministry (Guardianes de Cristo) for 4 years. His Parish is Blessed Sacrament in Clermont, where he serves as the Coordinator of adult Charismatic prayer group.
I’ve also worked with Fr.Ignatius Mary from Communitatis Mater Domini, based in New Jersey.
Father Ignatius Mary Okoroji, SDV
Fr.Ignatius Mary Okoroji SDV was ordained in the Congregation of the Society of Divine Vocations. He has earned two Master's degrees in Theology and Ministry of the Word as well as Organizational Leadership.
Father Ignatius has interceded with many conversions, demonic deliverances and physical and spiritual healings. Several marriages have been reconciled and couples who could not have children were blessed with children through the graces bestowed by God in healing masses celebrated by Fr. Ignatius Mary.
He encourages all to have intimate devotions to the Blessed Virgin Mary (Immaculate Conception) and the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit has revealed a universal calendar for the New Pentecost which his ministry promotes (cmdorg.org)