Divine Mercy

In the Second Greatest Story Ever Told

Now Is the Time of Mercy!

Starts the week of October 23.  Offered at various locations, times and days.

“Divine Mercy In the Second Greatest Story Ever Told” is a dramatic 10-session journey featuring best-selling author and popular speaker Fr. Michael Gaitley, MIC.

Fr. Gaitley weaves a tapestry of wonder and beauty from the threads of the dramatic history of Poland, the transformative message of St. Faustina Kowalska, the prophetic apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima, the powerful witness of St. Maximillian Kolbe, and the world-changing papacy of Pope Saint John Paul II.

But this is more than just a masterful telling of the “Second Greatest Story.” Thanks to the brilliant artistry of the Augustine Institute’s world-class film team, this amazing story comes to life like never before. In fact, you’ll not just learn about the consoling message of Divine Mercy, you’ll experience it. There is no online viewing available, so participants will need to come to one of the monthly sessions.

The session will take place at:
St Anthony on Mondays—7:00 PM
St Patrick on Thursdays—6:30 PM
Holy Trinity on Thursdays—After Morning Mass

Sessions will be held on the weeks of:
October 23
November 13
December 11
January 8
February 12
March 12
April 8 (Divine Mercy)
April 9

Cost: $16.00 Study Guide with optional $4.00 Companion Book

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Totus Tuus

Totus Tuus
Summer Catholic Youth Program
July 23-28
St. Patrick Parish – Town of Stiles

Totus Tuus is offered to youth in grades 1 through 6.  It is run by college students who are fired up about their faith.  

Pictures From Last Year

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Families are invited to:

  • Daily Mass at 11:15 AM (Monday-Friday)
  • Potluck Dinner on Wednesday at 5:00 PM
  • Adoration Tuesday Evening around 8:15 PM


I don’t get anything out of Mass — why should I go?

Why can’t I just pray alone?

These are common feelings, especially among young people but among many adults as well. The great Bishop Fulton J. Sheen said, “If you don’t get anything out of Mass, it’s because you don’t bring the right expectations to it.” The Mass is not entertainment, he said. It is worship of the God who made us and saves us. It is an opportunity to praise God and thank Him for all that He has done for us.