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Gratefully Blessed

        Deacon Ed and I would like to THANK ALL of our parishioners who extended their help in making our Lent and Holy Week celebrations meaningful and blessed. Through the generous giving of your TIME, TALENT and TREASURE, those who joined in our celebrations experienced the presence of the Divine.
        Thank you for bringing the FAITH ALIVE, and may the Risen Christ grant you PEACE and JOY in your life.
Always Grateful,
Fr. Lester

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Upcoming Events

First Friday Adoration – Friday, May 3rd
Hospitality Sunday – Sunday, May 5th, hosted by the Altar Society
Mother’s Day and 2nd Sunday Rosary – Sunday May 12th     

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Rice Bowls

       If you have not already turned in your Rice Bowls, please do so. You can take them in to the office or simply put them in the collection basket. Your participation in this is greatly appreciated.

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Why Do Catholics Do That?

Divine Mercy Sunday:
     The final day in the Octave of Easter is known in the Church as the Second Sunday of Easter or Sunday of Divine Mercy. Celebrating the Divine Mercy of Jesus Christ as revealed by Christ Himself to St. Maria Faustina Kowalska was extended to the entire Catholic Church by Pope John Paul II - now Saint John Paul II on April 30, 2000 the day that he canonized St. Faustina.
      Christ’s Divine Mercy is the love that He has for mankind, despite our sins that separate us from Him.

The ABCs of the Divine Mercy

A – Ask for His Mercy. God wants us to approach Him in prayer constantly, repenting of our sins and asking Him to pour His mercy out upon us and upon the whole world.
B – Be merciful. God wants us to receive His mercy and let it flow through us to others. He wants us to extend love and forgiveness to others just as He does to us.
C – Completely trust in Jesus. God wants us to know that the graces of His mercy are dependent upon our trust. The more we trust in Jesus, the more we will receive

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