Divine Mercy Novena & Sunday Celebration

Divine Mercy Sunday, a feast instituted by Pope Saint John Paul II, is celebrated every year on the Sunday after Easter.  The date was determined by the end of the Novena to Divine Mercy, which begins on Good Friday.  Christ Himself revealed the Divine Mercy Novena to Saint Faustina on Good Friday 1937 and dictated to her the prayers that make up the novena. The Novena to Divine Mercy begins Good Friday, March 30.  Novena brochures are available in the narthex. 

Divine Mercy Sunday Celebration

We will celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday, on April 8, 2018, by praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet during Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, at 2:30pm in the Church. This celebration will be followed by a small reception in the Parish Hall. 

We invite everyone to pray the 9 days of the novena in group prayer at the church:

  • Good Friday, March 30 – 1pm in the Reservation Chapel
  • Holy Saturday, March 31 – 1pm in the Reservation Chapel
  • Easter Sunday, April 1 – 1pm (after the last English Easter Mass) in the Church
  • Monday, April 2 – 7pm in the Youth Center
  • Tuesday, April 3 – 7pm in the Reservation Chapel
  • Wednesday, April 4 – 7pm in the Reservation Chapel
  • Thursday, April 5 – 7pm in the Reservation Chapel
  • Friday, April 6 – 1pm in the Adoration Chapel
  • Saturday, April 7 – 1pm in the Reservation Chapel
  • Divine Mercy Sunday Celebration, April 8 – 2:30pm after the Spanish Mass (will include Divine Mercy Chaplet & Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament). A short reception will follow in the parish hall.

For questions or more information, contact Cecilia Winters at candjack@msn.com.