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About Us

Our Mission Statement

We of Divine Mercy Catholic Church, Trust in Jesus
through Daily Prayer, Celebration of the Sacraments,
Continual Christian Formation, and Outreach to Neighbors near and far.
 

Our History

Divine Mercy has a rich history that has touched the lives of many in the South Milwaukee community.  In 2003, the four Catholic Parishes in South Milwaukee merged into one. St. Adalberts, St. Marys, St. Johns and St. Sylvesters became Divine Mercy Parish.  We are proud of all we have to offer the Catholic Community.  Many of our parishioners come from South Milwaukee, Oak Creek, Franklin, Cudahy, Milwaukee and Racine.

Today

In addition to Sunday Masses, our parish offers daily Mass, Christian Formation for youth and adults, sacrament preparations, a K-8 school, and early childhood care. We host events for our parishoners and the community throughout the year.

Join Our Parish


Membership in the faith community of Divine Mercy Parish is open to families as well as any individual who is 14 years of age or older. Use our registraton form or register in person at our Parish Office.

If You are  Interested in Becoming Roman Catholic

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the process for non-Catholics to learn about becoming members of the faith community. If you have not been baptized or have been baptized into another Christian faith but have not received other sacraments, contact our Parish Office (414 762-6810) to talk to somone about being initiated into the Roman Catholic church. Visit our RCIA information to learn more.