The mission of the new Divine Mercy parish is to promote a vibrant and dynamic community which is truly Catholic, living and worshiping in faith, love and hope. The parish is committed to spread the Gospel to all who enter through our doors and to evangelize to those in our community who do not know the Lord; those who have felt disenfranchised or dissatisfied with the church. We extend our open arms to welcome everyone without regard to color, creed or culture. We offer many opportunities to those who wish to serve. Together we celebrate the healing and sanctifying love of God through the Holy Trinity, the reception of the sacraments, and especially the Holy Eucharist.
Our priest is happy to meet with parishioners. However, we ask that you call the Rectory office to request an appointment. Due to his busy schedule, please note that sacramental questions are handled by our office personnel. Persons interested in receiving sacraments are asked to come to the Rectory Office. We are open from Monday through Friday 9:00am – 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 5:00pm. Office closes for lunch at 12:30pm.
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Persons interested in participating in the Cursillo Movement Groups must attend a three-day intensive retreat. We have two groups that meet each week. The men’s English group meet in the Rectory Basement, on Mondays at 6:45pm. This group is led by Mike Velazquez. A Spanish group meet on Tuesdays after the 7:00pm Mass in the Adoration Chapel. That group is led by Mr. Norberto Torres.
Adoration of the Holy Sacrament: The Blessed Sacrament is exposed in the Adoration Chapel Mondays thru Fridays from 6:00 am until 9:00 pm. >>>
Rite of Christian for Adults: Do you know someone who is interested in becoming a Catholic? Do you know a Catholic who has not received the >>>
Youth and Young Adults: The Youth Ministries at the Divine Mercy Parish gives our young people an opportunity to >>>
Stewardship Relections: Grateful Stewards “Then Peter said to Jesus, ‘Lord, it is good that we are here.’” (Matthew 17:4a) In the Gospel we see Jesus take Peter, James and John to a mountain top and reveal to them His divine glory. Peter responded enthusiastically, “Lord, it is good that we are here.” Do we feel the same way each week when we come to Mass? Are we in awe of the wonder of our God? >>>