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Welcome to Divine Mercy Parish! 
On behalf of our parishioners, we invite you to tour this website and get acquainted with our growing and vibrant faith community.  Better yet, please come visit us in person, worship with us, and make this your spiritual home. We are one parish with four churches – a family of parishes become one parish family.

We especially invite you to share in our worship at our daily and weekend Masses so we can meet in person. There are plenty of other activities going on in our great parish that you are welcome to attend. Please call or e-mail us for more information. We’d enjoy meeting you. If you need more information about our parish, please do not hesitate to call the parish office.

May the peace of Christ be with you.

Rev. Edward S. Hendricks

Divine Mercy Parish
St. Ann, St. Joseph, St. Michael, St. Peter Churches


IMPORTANT UPDATE: Per Archbishop Lori, all parishioners are asked to wear masks at all services as of 12pm on 12/24/2021.

Please mask up at Mass and keep out parish family safe and healthy!

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Weekly Mass Schedule:

Monday: 8:30am, St. Gabriel (Barton) 

Tuesday: 8:30am, St. Michael (Frostburg)

Friday: 8:30am, St. Peter (Westernport)

Saturday: 4pm, St. Peter (Westernport) | 5pm: St. Michael (Frostburg)

Sunday: 8am: St. Michael (Frostburg) | 9am: St. Joseph (Midland)

               10am: St. Ann (Grantsville) | 11am: St. Peter (Westernport)

               12pm: St. Michael (Frostburg)


**To have an intention placed in our Parish Book of Prayers, please email Camilla Rawe: crrawe@gmail.com.*


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Join us as we celebrate the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time!

Mass Companion for the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time:

Mass Companion, January 23, 2022


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Our Holy Father Pope Francis has invited the Catholic Church to embark on a journey together.  

Through listening and discernment rooted in the Holy Spirit, the entire people of God will be called to contribute to a process by which the Church deepens in understanding of Her mission and looks toward the future. This process is called a Synod.  

What is a Synod? 

A Synod is….  

  • A process of prayer, reflection, and dialogue by which the global Church will begin the important work of gathering insight and wisdom from the people of God to look prayerfully at the future of the Church.  People are called to participate in a journey of discernment where the people of God  pray and reflect upon the Holy Spirit’s will for the future of the Catholic Church.  
Your voice is important.  Divine Mercy will host several opportunities for parishioners to join in prayer and discussion both online and in-person. Please click on the picture below to see our schedule and sign up for one!