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First Reconciliation, First Communion, Confirmation

Children, second grade and older, wanting to receive the sacraments of First Reconciliation and First Communion should be attending Religious Education classes or Divine Mercy Academy. Anyone in 8th grade and older can receive Confirmation. Students in 8th grade should …

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Christian Service

Anne’s Angels
Anne’s Angels is a ministry that knits and crochets prayer shawls and stoles for the people of the parish who are ill, homebound, in nursing homes, bereaved, or facing serious and difficult challenges. We provide every …

Faith Formation

As adult members of our faith community, we know that we never stop learning about God, and that we continue our entire life to try to know Him better through prayer, study, and service. We have learned through experience that …



†Funerals at Divine Mercy Catholic Church†

The death of a loved one is a time of sorrow for family and friends. For believers, this grief is filled with hope because Our Lord Jesus …



Families seeking baptism for their children are asked to be registered in the parish. Parents can call the parish office and schedule a meeting with Mary Frances Coburn and register to attend a Baptism Preparation Class. These classes meet …

Stewardship Opportunities


Lord, you alone are the source of every good gift and the mystery of life.

We praise you and thank you for all your blessings. Everything that we are and everything that we have is your gift to …


With its beginnings at the “Barn Theater” in 1964, Fr. Seán P. Molloy was named first pastor, and Divine Mercy Catholic Church became a recognized parish. That same year, Divine Mercy Catholic School opened its doors in a warehouse at