NEW YEAR'S EVE 9:00PM MASS CANCELLED
Fr. John Mary is still unwell, but DOES feel that he is on the mend.
We are holding out for the possibility of MASS on Sunday.
We will confirm Sunday's schedule on our website by noon on Saturday,
along with sending out an alert.
Standing on the Precipice
Looking Ahead with HOPE
As we stand on the precipice of a new year,
we of the Mission of Divine Mercy
want to reach out to all our friends,
and to those who don't know us,
but are perhaps looking at the time ahead with a sense of concern and trepidation.
We want to echo the words of St. John Paul II who said,
"Be not afraid,"
because we are offered the Gift of Hope.
Hope for you to share with others who are hopeless.
Hope that saves those on the edge of despair.
Hope that illuminates the darkness.
Hope that displaces fear.
Hope that brings consolation to those who grieve.
Hope that comforts and heals the wounded.
Hope that plants the seeds of peace.
Because this HOPE is anchored in JESUS, our Rock, our Hope made Flesh.
And though the world is in turmoil, Jesus our Hope remains steadfast.
With the Holy Family, all the Choirs of Angels, the Communion of Saints,
and the Holy Souls in Purgatory
let us turn our eyes to Jesus our Hope,
as the Dawn of His Great Mercy draws near.
JESUS, WE TRUST IN YOU.
A GROWING NETWORK OF TRUST
JESUS, I TRUST IN YOU -- X 20
As one significant way of marking our 20th Anniversary year, we are inviting all of you to pray "Jesus, I trust in You." We are asking that you pray that simple, remarkable, powerful prayer not once, but 20 times a day.
We invite you to begin to pray it right now,
and to pledge to pray it 20 times a day for the next year.
If you wish, you can go to our website and put your name on a list to be part of the growing Network of Trust spreading out from the Mission.