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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 16th

  • Sun, Sep 9th
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. Emily de Rodat

Emily was born in 1787 at Rodez, France.  She was educated at Villefranche, became a teacher at the age of 18 and, realizing that many of the children of the poor were not going to school because they could not afford to, she opened a school for them and taught without charge. She also began to consider religious life, but after entering three or four congregations for a short time, she realized that she was not called to any of the existing orders. Emily devoted all of her life to teaching the poor and gathered other young women to help her cope with the rapidly growing numbers of children in her school. These women also gave all their lives to teaching the children and became the nucleus of the Religious Congregation of the Holy Family of Villefranche.  The congregation was devoted to caring for the elderly, prisoners, and orphans, in addition to the schools for the poor. Some of the nuns were also contemplative and spent their time in prayer and adoration. She died of cancer at Villefranche on September 19, 1852.  At the time of her death Saint Emily de Rodat had opened 38 charitable institutions.   Saint Emily was canonized in 1950 by Pope Pius XII.

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