Divine Mercy is when God’s love meets us and helps us in the midst of our suffering and sin. In the 1930s, Jesus told Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska that she was to prepare the world for His Second Coming and that He would be pouring out His Mercy in very great abundance as the very last hope of salvation before He comes again. Jesus gave her special prayers and asked for a feast to be established.
On the First Sunday after Easter, our three communities come together in a multilingual Divine Mercy celebration. Confessions are heard in English, Spanish and Portuguese beginning at 2:00 pm. Our celebration will include Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, recitation of the Divine Mercy Chaplet, readings and prayers, and a blessing of Divine Mercy images. A special handout is provided with all you need to participate in this beautiful liturgy.