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Welcome to the
Divine Mercy
Catholic Area Faith Community

 St. Mary's, Sleepy Eye, Minnesota
St. Michael's, Morgan, Minnesota
St. Paul's, Comfrey
Japanese Martyrs, Sleepy Eye (Leavenworth), Minnesota

 

Divine Mercy Area Faith Community

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Publications


  • Sun, Sep 23rd

  • Sun, Sep 16th
Older Publications

Photo Albums

  • AFC Mass Server Appreciation Day to Valleyfair June 28, 2018
  • Divine Mercy AFC Confirmation March 11, 2018

Mass Times

St. Mary's, Sleepy Eye, MN
Daily Mass: 7:15 AM
Weekend Masses: Saturday 5:30 PM;
Sunday 7:30 AM, 9:45 AM and 11:30 AM (Latin)

St. Michael's, Morgan, MN
Thursday & Friday: Mass 8:30 AM
Sunday: Confessions 8:00 AM; Mass 8:30 AM

St. Paul's, Comfrey, MN
Wednesday & Friday: Mass 8:30 AM
Sunday: Confessions 10:00 AM; Mass 10:30 AM

Japanese Martyrs, Sleepy Eye, MN (Leavenworth)
Tuesday & Thursday: Mass 8:30 AM
Saturday: Confessions 7:30 PM; Mass 8:00 PM

(Always check the AFC Bulletin for Mass time changes)

Office Hours

St. Mary's Parish, Sleepy Eye, MN
Monday-Friday
8:00am-5:00pm
(507) 794-4171

St. Michael's Parish, Morgan, MN
Sept.-May:
Monday-Friday
7:30am-noon/1:00-4:30pm
June-Aug:
Tuesday-Friday
7:30am-noon/1:00-4:30pm
(507) 249-3192

St. Paul's Parish, Comfrey, MN
Monday & Wednesday
9:00am-1:00pm
Friday
1:00-4:00pm
(507) 877-2361

Japanese Martyrs, Sleepy Eye, MN (Leavenworth)
Tuesday & Thursday
8:00am-2:00pm
Friday
10:00am-2:00pm
(507) 794-6974

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Saint of the Day

St. Hermann Contractus

Born February 18, 1013, at Altshausen (Swabia), St. Hermann Contractus was born crippled and unable to move without assistance.  It was an immense difficulty for him to learn to read and write, however he persisted and his iron will and remarkable intelligence were soon manifested. Upon discovering the brilliance of his son’s mind, his father, Count Wolverad II, sent him at the age of seven to live with the Benedictine monks on the island of Reichenau in Southern Germany. He lived his entire life on the island, taking his monastic vows in 1043. Students from all over Europe flocked to the monastery on the island to learn from him, yet he was equally as famous for his monastic virtues and sanctity. Hermann chronicled the first thousand years of Christianity, was a mathematician, an astronomer, and a poet and was also the composer of the Salve Regina and Alma Redemptoris Mater – both hymns to the Virgin Mary. He died on the island on September 21, 1054.

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