We would like to extend a big THANK YOU to Viking Construction for the donation of their machine for use to prepare the grounds of the Our Lady of Sorrows Rosary Garden!
Thanks to a generous donor, all donations received now through the end of August will benefit the Outdoor Stations of the Cross and Our Lady of Sorrows Rosary Garden Projects The Men of The Divine Mercy of The Blessed Sacrament invite all men to a Spaghetti Dinner on Tuesday August 8th from 6-8 p.m.! Cost […]
Great progress is being made with the Campaign for Divine Mercy! Each of the projects detailed below are on the heart of Jesus Christ as revealed to Catherine M. Lanni, our Foundress, to help edify and better serve those who visit this place of refuge. Most especially, the Lord recently revealed His desire that the […]
In this edition of our Volunteer Spotlight, we are highlighting Dan Beattie. As a member of The Servants of Jesus of The Divine Mercy, Dan is an active Prayer Minister, member of the choir at the Divine Mercy Center and member of the Men of The Divine Mercy of The Blessed Sacrament’s Leadership Team. He […]
In this edition of our Volunteer Spotlight, we are highlighting one of our Prayer Ministry Leaders, Ericka Filipowicz. Ericka has been a member of The Servants of Jesus of The Divine Mercy for several years and has been a Prayer Minister for 3 years. Her volunteering for events at the Divine Mercy Center and her […]
Why Participate in the First Friday and First Saturday Devotions? Promises from Our Lord and Our Lady
There is great spiritual richness in the origins of the First Friday and First Saturday devotions and in the promises that are associated with them. Our Lord and Our Lady revealed themselves to humble souls. Through these humble servants of God, Our Lord and Our Lady offered to all of their beloved children this knowledge […]
As we near Christmas Day, our hearts and minds are filled with the fond and familiar details of the Nativity story, the birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ Who came into the world to be with us and to save us as His name indicates. (Emmanuel means “God with us” and Jesus means “God saves”.) […]