March 30, 2016 by  
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st. faustinaDivine Mercy Sunday is this Sunday!   Please join us for the Celebration of Holy Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, Divine Mercy Sunday prayers and chaplet, and make the Consecration to the Divine Mercy.  Confessions available at various times throughout the morning, and all afternoon.  The Divine Mercy Image will be available for veneration, as will the first – class relic of Saint Faustina.

Click here to view the Schedule of the Day!

Also, April 3rd is the last day to view and venerate the Relics of the Passion.  The exhibit is set up in the Orientation Room of the Pilgrim Center.  Stop in before or after the Divine Mercy Devotions in the Church.

Allow 15-20 minutes to walk from the Pilgrim Center to the Shrine Church.  Shuttle service is available for those who need assist.

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