Mission of Divine Mercy

Faith, So That God Can Act
Monastery - Sanctuary - Retreat Center


Mass for Thanksgiving Day

9:00 AM

St. Joseph Chapel

(The Mission will be closed Thursday and Friday,
except for Mass on Thursday.)









19th Anniversary Mass, Nov. 22, 2020


We give thanks for all those who joined us for  Mass on Sunday to celebrate our 19th Anniversary.  It was uplifting to see so many FRIENDS, old and new,  scattered across the Tepeyac hillside.  We are grateful for ALL those who have befriended and supported the Mission throughout our nineteen years.  

We give thanks for our COUNTRY, which allows us the freedom to live our lives and worship our God. And we continue to pray for all its citizens, that they may recognize the value of this great gift, and work to defend its sovereignty.

Finally, and most importantly,
we give thanks to our LOVING GOD AND FATHER, the Lord and Creator of All, Who speaks to us, His children, with such love and compassion:


"My Heart overflows with great mercy for souls,
and especially for poor sinners.
If only they could understand that I am the best of Fathers to them
and that it is for them
that the Blood and Water flowed from My Heart
as from a fount overflowing with mercy.
For them I dwell in the Tabernacle as King of Mercy."


The words of Jesus to St. Faustina
Diary of Divine Mercy





This Sunday is the First Sunday of Advent 2020!



I intensified my prayers and sacrifices for our dear native land,

but I see that I am a drop before the wave of evil.

 How can a drop stop a wave? 

O yes! A drop is nothing of itself, but with You, Jesus,

 I shall stand up bravely to the whole wave of evil and even to the whole of hell.

Your Omnipotence can do all things. (#686)

                                                                   Words of St. Faustina
Diary of Divine Mercy


Mass for Solemnity of the 
Immaculate Conception

Tuesday, Dec. 8th
11:30 AM, St. Joseph Chapel 

All Are Invited



Fr. John Mary's Sunday Homily

for Nov. 22, 2020

Thy Kingdom Come:
and  MDM's Anniversary


Walking with Jesus and Mary
Making A Personal Pilgrimage
at the Mission


We want to make our lovely, peaceful, consecrated  Mission property more available to people, particularly during this period when many have been isolated in their homes for such a long time. So we are inviting you to come out on your own, or with family members, or friends and visit the various prayer sites at the Mission.  
We think of it as making a personal prilgrimage. 

To help people enter into  prayer more easily, we have prepared a little booklet with a photograph, prayers, information and Scripture for each site, as well as a map that helps to locate the site. (There is also a Spanish edition.) You are then free to choose which sites you want to visit and  how long you wish to spend there.  
You can arrange your own pilgrimage, as the Spirit moves you

Currently the hours for pilgrimage are Tuesday-Friday from 9 AM - 4:30 PM.



If you would like to support the Mission on Giving Tuesday,
Dec. 1st, you can use the DONATE below, or the donate button on our website: missionofdivinemercy.org.



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