Announcements

Sunday of Divine Mercy

April 22-23, 2017

Saturday

Announcements:

Welcome to Holy Trinity Parish and our celebration of the Second Sunday of Easter or the Sunday of Divine Mercy.  We especially welcome all our visitors and guests.  We are glad to have you with us!  Our celebrant this evening is:  Fr. Steve.

The intention for today’s Mass is for Patty Billman.
Please join your own intentions to this intention for today’s Mass.

Today we celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday.  In the 1930s, Jesus appeared to Saint Faustina and requested that the Second Sunday of Easter be set aside as the Sunday of Divine Mercy on which he would pour forth his mercy on all repentant sinners.  Please join Deacon Russ for a special prayer service at Saint Bartholomew at 3:00 tomorrow afternoon as those present implore Christ’s Divine Mercy.

Please note: There will be no Mass in Spanish here on Saturday, May 13.

In the Gospel today, Jesus tells his disciples, tells us, “Peace be with you!”  Are you at peace?  Why not envelop yourself in God’s great mercy as you contemplate how wonderful a gift we have been given in Christ’s resurrection from the dead.


Sunday

Announcements:

Welcome to Holy Trinity Parish and our celebration of the Second Sunday of Easter or the Sunday of Divine Mercy.  We especially welcome all our visitors and guests.  We are glad to have you with us!  Our celebrant today is:  Fr. Clem Davis.

The intention for today’s Mass is for the deceased members of the Wilson family.
Please join your own intentions to this intention for today’s Mass.

Today we celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday.  In the 1930s, Jesus appeared to Saint Faustina and requested that the Second Sunday of Easter be set aside as the Sunday of Divine Mercy on which he would pour forth his mercy on all repentant sinners.  Please join Deacon Russ for a special prayer service at Saint Bartholomew at 3:00 this afternoon as those present implore Christ’s Divine Mercy.

In the Gospel today, Jesus tells his disciples, tells us, “Peace be with you!”  Are you at peace?  Why not envelop yourself in God’s great mercy as you contemplate how wonderful a gift we have been given in Christ’s resurrection from the dead