Divine Mercy Devotion this Sunday!
This Sunday 4/28 is the
Sunday of Divine Mercy
. After attending Mass on the weekend, we invite you to continue this celebration.
will immediately follow the 11AM Mass. At 2PM we will have celebration of the Divine Mercy Devotion with the
Divine Mercy Chaplet
Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament
Opportunities for Confession will be available between 12:15 and 1:45PM. Join us for all or part of this special time to receive and appreciate God's Divine Mercy!
All grace flows from mercy, and the last hour abounds with mercy for us. Let no one doubt concerning the goodness of God; even if a person’s sins were as dark as night, God’s mercy is stronger than our misery. One thing alone is necessary; that the sinner set ajar the door of his heart, be it ever so little, to let in a ray of God’s merciful grace, and then God will do the rest.
Diary of St. Maria Faustina Kowalska, 1507
Our FORMED Recommendation for the Week
Audio (65 minutes) -
The Saving Power of Divine Mercy
Fr. Jason Brooks, L.C.
Pope St. John Paul II said that Divine Mercy is THE message for the third millennium and God's gift to our time. There is nothing that mankind needs more than Christ's Divine Mercy. To help us avail ourselves of that loving mercy, Fr. Brooks focuses on what we know of God's Mercy, our response to his Love, how we can become merciful to others, and how to become apostles of mercy.
Bonus: At the end of this presentation, the Divine Mercy chaplet is led by Fr. Francis Peffley, Mark Forrest (an Irish tenor), and Muriel Forrest.
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Fr. Ed Blanchett
on Friday, April 26 at 3:00PM