Please Join Us
Sunday, November 20th As
We Celebrate Our 21st Anniversary.
Mass at 10 AM followed by a Reception at the O'Callaghan Center.
"Lord, I can't do this."
When Jesus Asks You to Walk on Water
And Peter answered Him, "Lord if it is You, bid me come to You on the water."
Jesus, said, "Come." (Matt. 14:28-29)
Who has not found themselves facing a situation that feels totally overwhelming? And you cry out, "Lord, I can't do this."
But He says "Come."
When Jesus asks you to walk on water, do not take your eyes off of Him.
Do not look behind you, at the past, at what you might have done differently.
Keep your eyes on Jesus.
Do not look to either side at the waves that might swamp you.
Keep your eyes on Jesus.
Do not look ahead, to what the future might hold.
Just look into the Eyes of Jesus and put one foot in front of the other,
never taking your eyes off of Him.
Let your trust in Him rise beyond what you see and what you feel.
And you will walk on water.
November 11, 2022
Mission of Divine Mercy
NEW BRAUNFELS KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PRESENT GIFT
Tim Kolbe, Grand Knight of Council 4183 recently presented MDM with a generous check. The New Braunfels Kof C Council shares the benefits of its fundraising with local parishes and Catholic organizations. Thank you Knights! We will put it to good use!
A Sight for Sore Knees
St. Joseph Chapel Gets A Few Kneelers
Newcomers to the Mission are often surprised, and sometimes dismayed, to find that their seat cushion doubles as a kneeling pad. Well, some relief is in sight. St. Joseph Chapel is getting a few kneelers for our pews. Not every pew, at least not yet, only the last three rows on each side of the aisle.
According to Dave, some people who tested the kneelers have commented that they are rather heavy. "But we can't use skinny, weeny planks of wood in our open air chapel or they will warp in one season." Since the pews have slightly different dimensions, each kneeler has to be specifically tailored for each pew. Nothing at the Mission is easy.
Update on Jared
Jared's surgery, which had been scheduled for Monday, had to be postponed until conditions around the wound improved. Family members and friends maintain a constant attendance at his bedside. Your continued prayers are very appreciated.
Jesus, we trust in You.
A Year's Worth of New Memorials Are
Blessed on Feast of All Souls
The Men's December retreat is full, but we encourage you to make use of our Waiting List.
Encounter With Jesus Retreats
USE THIS LINK TO REGISTER FOR MEN/ENGLISH
February 9-12 – Women/English
March 9-12 -Women/Spanish
May 4-7 – Men/English
- Registration will open on our website, two months prior to each retreat.
- Each person must register individually, not as a group, so that we have contact information.
- We cannot reserve spaces in advance of the opening date for reservation.
- Due to limited space, we will give priority to those who have not made an EWJ.
- Prior retreatants wishing to make another retreat should call 830-302-9707 to be placed on the waiting list.
- For more information about the EWJ retreat, please go to our webpage: www.missionofdivinemercy.org
Confession is heard Saturday mornings by appointment, and on Sunday mornings from 9:00-9:45 on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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A NETWORK OF TRUST
"This is what MDM is called to be: a growing communion of trust in His Mercy
for our needy world." ~ Fr. John Mary
MDM started encouraging people to pray "Jesus, I trust in You" ten times a day back in 2011. Recently we felt it was important to remind people to turn to Jesus with this simple, powerful prayer in a world that feels more and more out of control. We are suggesting 20 times, but some people find themselves repeating it hundreds of times. It reminds our troubled souls that GOD IS IN CONTROL.
Many of you have put your name on our growing list and have also left a prayer intention or testimony:
This prayer is a great companion.~ Joe
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Fr. John Mary's Sunday Homily
Called to Divine Union
Hidden in Jesus’ words today is the mystery of what God is calling you to: the infinite joy, the fulfillment of your deepest desires in union with Him for eternity.
WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT!
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Mission of Divine Mercy
P.O. Box 1759
Canyon Lake, TX 78133