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Celebrating Divine Mercy Sunday and merger Print E-mail
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Thursday, Mar. 18, 2010 -- 12:00 AM

SAUK CITY -- Divine Mercy Sunday will be celebrated on Sunday, April 11, at St. Aloysius Church on 115 Madison St., in Sauk City. The festivities will begin at 12:30 p.m. and conclude with a Mass celebrated by Bishop Robert C. Morlino at 4 p.m. This special Mass will also celebrate the day that St. Aloysius, St. Mary, and St. Camillus Parishes are merged into Divine Mercy Parish.

The Feast of Divine Mercy has its roots deeply planted in the Old and New Testament and in the early Catholic Church tradition. Jesus promised that He would pour down His mercy like a "whole ocean of graces" to those who celebrate this day. He desires for us to call upon Him with trust, receive His mercy, and let it flow though us to others.

St. Aloysius Church is joining with cluster parishes St. Mary, Merrimac; St. Norbert, Roxbury; St. Barnabas, Mazomanie; and St. John, Mill Creek to celebrate this great event. They would like to encourage everyone to come for a portion or all of the afternoon and take advantage of the incredible promises available on this great Feast of Divine Mercy. Childcare and assisted listening devices will be available.

 
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