divine mercy

Divine Mercy Devotional

“I want the whole world to know My infinite mercy. I want to give unimaginable graces to those who trust in My mercy.”

With these words, Jesus promised His help to those who make efforts to spread devotion to His Mercy. He told us it is extremely pleasing to Him when we promote the message of God’s mercy either by deed, word or prayer. It is with this enthusiasm for the Divine Mercy You are invited and welcomed to join us to participate in the Divine Mercy Devotion.

Our mission is to bring a hurting world the message of our Savior as revealed to St. Maria Faustina when Jesus told her, “I am Mercy and Love itself” (Diary 1074). Devotion begins with opening prayers followed by a short Scripture reading; a reading from St. Faustina’s Diary, the recitation of the Divine Mercy Chaplet, the closing prayer and song. Jesus desires the whole world know about His mercy and we must do all we can to ensure we try our very best to tell the whole world about His mercy.

We currently meet in the church each Thursday for the devotion directly following the morning Mass. We also invite you our social gathering in Madonna Hall each week following the devotion.


For more information, please contact Fred Malcolm at 623-876-1949.

miraculous medal

Miraculous Medal Novena

Parishioners of Our Lady of Lourdes to pray the Miraculous Medal Novena and a few miscellaneous prayers to pray for our friends, families, country, and of the sick people around the world. Prayers will begin after the 8:30am Mass on each and every Monday; unless the Church is closed. Prayers are generally 15 minutes long.

For more information, contact Mary E. Haja at 623-214-6250 or mhaja@cox.net.