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Parish Mission March 19-21, 2023

Thank you to all who supported our 2023 lenten parish mission!

Thank you to all who helped make our Lenten Parish Mission a success!  It was an honor to have Fr. Greg Plata, OFM, lead us for three days and evenings of reflection and insight on our rich Catholic faith.  Fr. Greg not only celebrated Mass with us last weekend, he also heard confessions, had fellowship with our community, and gave wonderful talks each of the three days of our Mission.  I pray it left you inspired and renewed.  Many thanks to all our volunteers—to the Parish Life Committee, Amanda Decker, our Parish and School Staff, pastoral council and those in parish leadership for supporting the Mission and spreading the word, and for those who coordinated and served meals each evening.  Thank you to Jim Rogan for livestreaming our Mission.  Special thanks to all our parishioners and friends who attended over the course of the three days - your participation made it a great success.  If you missed any of it, or want to hear it again, all three Mission talks are available online through our YouTube channel or by clicking the links below. Go ahead and share it with others!  

Sunday, March 19, 2023:  Proud to be Catholic!

Monday, March 20, 2023:  Lord, teach us to pray.

Tuesday, March 21, 2023:  Becoming what we eat.

May God continue to bless your lives and increase your faith as you center your lives on Him. 

- Fr. Joe, MCBS





Divine Mercy is hosting a parish mission,

Sunday, March 19-21, 2023

Led by Fr. Greg Plata, OFM

See our Mission flier below!

What is a parish mission?

Basically, the parish mission is a "shot in the arm" for our spiritual growth. This is NOT a catechism class or another Mass, but rather a time for us to get out of our normal routine and really get to the core of our very being- how to accept and share the immense love that God has for each and every one of us. The mission is a time for grace, a surge of the heart, and a call to repentance and renewal in our own spiritual journey. Think of this as a "mini" retreat, right here in your own parish!

What is the purpose of the parish mission?

There are several "fruits" that can be seen as a result of the parish mission. Members will begin to seek the full richness of their faith, and this in turn will embolden them to share the Good News with others. Another fruit is that bonding among parishioners will occur and make disciples. Parish missions encourage each member to engage in deeper prayer and adoration of Christ. Our hope is that this opportunity fosters an even closer relationship with God.

What are the details?

Join us for three days of reconciliation, prayer, adoration, and spiritual reflection, aimed at helping us grow as a family of faith, both as a parish family and in our own homes.  



DIVINE Winners!