NOTE: Sunday Masses for May 1 are at 8 AM, 10 AM and noon.
If we look at how God has revealed Himself in scripture and church tradition, we discover afresh how mercy is essential to understanding His message of love and salvation. With this understanding of God and His revelation to us we can ask for His mercy, be merciful to others, and strive to completely trust in His Son.
All are invited to celebrate this wondrous feast beginning at 3 PM Divine Mercy Sunday (Sunday after Easter) in the Worship Space.
Come and go as you like - this is a very informal afternoon of prayer, adoration and celebrating God’s rich mercy! You can stay for 5 minutes or for 2 hours.
- Sing and pray the chaplet – periods of sacred silence
- Venerate the image of Jesus of Divine Mercy and a first-class relic of St. Faustina
- Adore Jesus in the Eucharist
- Be blessed by Him during Benediction at 5 PM
- Receive the sacrament of Reconciliation – Individual confessions will be heard during the afternoon 3 PM – 5 PM
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