Please pray for the men making this weekend's
Cor Jesu retreat.
They are before the Eucharistic Face of Jesus,
begging His Mercy on our wounded world.

Battle Cry!

Our Soul when we allow fear to dominate

Our Soul when we seek to trust in God


There is so much agitation, confusion,and chaos  in our world right now. It is stirred up by Satan as a means of separating us from God.

You may be experiencing this within yourself – SO MANY voices telling you what to think, what to do, how to feel, how to act. SO MANY things mixed up - an apparent good mixed with evil, and vice versa. Making it nearly impossible for us to hear God, to discern His Truth and choose rightly to do His Will.

The enemy uses FEAR to stir up and maintain this agitation in our souls.

This is why ACTS of FAITH and TRUST are of absolute necessity in order to see clearly and justly.

TRUST quiets the soul down, letting things settle into their proper places, so that we can discern between what is of God and what is caused by Satan. Think of this like muddy water that is allowed to settle in a glass. As the mud settles to the bottom, it leaves clear water above it.


Make this prayer your battle cry!

Such that whatever you see, whatever you hear, these words shall come forth from your heart as the great battle cry that destroys the works and seductions of the enemy. Because this cry strikes great fear and consternation in the ranks of the enemy.

You may be praying this prayer already—but it must grow in you until it is a deafening roar!



The Mission of Divine Mercy
April 2022



It isn't too soon to start  thinking about and registering for this year's Triduum Retreat.  Participate in the profound services of Holy Week, beginning with the Mass of the Eucharist on Holy Thursday evening, then spend an hour with Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane.  On Good Friday accompany Him on the  Walking Way of the Cross and Service of the Passion.  Spend Holy Saturday  morning consoling the Blessed Mother during the Rosary of the Sorrowful Mother.  And on Easter Sunday leave the darkness of the Tomb for the glory of the Resurrection at the Easter Vigil. 

All of these Holy Week services are open to the public.  Triduum retreatants are encouraged to enter into and live the Paschal Mystery in a more profound way while spending quiet time on the grounds of the Mission.

For more information and to register for the 2022 Triduum Retreat: 


Brown Scapular Investiture

This Saturday and every First Saturday of the month we will have a simple Rite of Investiture with the Brown Scapular after our 8 AM Mass for all those interested. Please bring your own Scapular or you may purchase one at our Sacramental building, which is open whenever the Mission grounds are open.


"Mission Control... we have asphalt."

Marcus Ethridge reviews site preparations prior to putting down the asphalt.

Appreciating the new smooth arrival.

Who knew that getting asphalt would feel like such a big deal? But it does when it is the culmination of many years of putting up with dust, mud, puddles  and treacherous footing for anyone whose mobility is compromised by uneven ground. The asphalt was laid after extensive grading work to redirect water away from St. Joseph Chapel.
A golf cart driver commented on how much quieter the asphalt is to drive on compared to the noise of the previous surface.  "I don't get the same dirty look from Peter when I am dropping off late arrivals after Mass has started."


"How To Love Jesus At Mass"
Available this Sunday

David and Marilyn Reed will be outside St. Joseph's Chapel after Mass this Sunday with copies of their book that helps children learn to understand and love the  Mass.


Holy Hour and Mass

Holy Hour of Eucharistic Adoration
Thursday evenings 7-8 PM


Holy Sacrifice of the Mass
Wednesday & Friday - 11:30 AM
Saturday - 8:00 AM
Sunday - 10:00 AM




Good Friday
11:30 AM - 1:55 PM
First come, first served.
(we hope to have 2-3 additional priests )

Holy Saturday
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
First come, first served.

 Divine Mercy Sunday
No Confession offered that day




Sunday Morning from 9-9:45 AM
On a first come, first served basis


Thursday evenings 7-8 PM by appt.
These appointments are made on line.
To get on the Confession notification email,
use the button below.



Sunday, March 27,

When They Won’t Listen

Sometimes we feel helpless, dealing with someone we love but who is making bad decisions and won’t listen. Like the Prodigal Son.
Here are 5 things we can do.


Our Sacramentals are located

in the Old Camp House,

 adjacent to the Shed.

Blessed Oil, Blessed Salt, Blessed Candles
and Holy Water

Each month Father blesses another allotment of Sacramentals for your use.


Yes, You Can Help!


Thank you for considering  a donation in support of the Mission of Divine Mercy. The Mission has no regular source of income, and we receive no diocesan funding.  Every bit of support comes from people like you; people whom God introduces to the Mission.  We try to steward your money wisely and make each dollar work hard for Him and for His people.

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Mission of Divine Mercy
P.O. Box 1759
Canyon Lake, TX 78133

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