John Paul II established the feast of Divine Mercy in 2002. St Faustina is very instrumental in giving us the information about this feast. By participating in Divine Mercy Sunday, Jesus wishes to share in great graces for salvation and forgiveness of sins. By attending Mass and receiving Holy Communion in a state of grace, receiving the sacrament of reconciliation within 2 weeks of this Sunday, and with trust in Jesus, one will be granted extraordinary graces.
Pray the rosary for traditional marriage.
Bishop Nickless would like to encourage our parish staff and parishioners that can attend to do so, but especially our confirmation students and RCIA are welcome to attend.
Mass followed by individual confessions until 8 pm.
Click on the link below to be taken to the article in The Globe with more information about this wonderful event.
Reconciliation is a sacrament instituted by Jesus Christ in his love and Mercy to offer sinners forgiveness for offenses committed against God. In Reconciliation , we acknowledge our sins before God and his Church We express our sorrow in a meaningful way, Receive the forgiveness of Christ and his Church, Make a reparation for what we have done, and resolve to do better in the future.
We are needing help in getting some parishioners to Masses on the weekends who are not able to get there on their own.
If you are willing to help in this area please call the Parish office and let us know.
Attention New Date for the Discover Kindergarten parent Meeting is now set for February 26th at 6:30 pm in the Parish hall/ lunchroom in the school.
This class is required for new parents. Please contact the Parish office 432-1971 to schedule for the class or a Baptism.