Welcome to St. Philip Neri Catholic Church!
Welcome to St. Philip Neri Catholic Church!
Welcome to St. Philip Neri Catholic Church!
Welcome to St. Philip Neri Catholic Church!
Welcome to St. Philip Neri Catholic Church!
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Welcome to St. Philip Neri Catholic Church!
“Cheerfulness strengthens the heart and makes us persevere in a good life;
wherefore the servant of God ought always to be in good spirits.” -- St. Philip Neri
To Know Christ and to Make Him Known
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Rev. Christian-Mary Anosike Alimaji, MSP

Reflections on Divine Mercy
This 2nd Sunday of Easter has come to be known as the Divine Mercy Sunday (Weekend) since the Devotion to the Divine Mercy following the beatification of Sr. Faustina on April 18, 1993, by Pope John Paul II. The Chaplet of Divine Mercy would be recited around the world at 3 p.m. this Sunday. Let us come and join in prayers in our parish church too. Devotees pray it daily at 3 p.m. My dear brothers and sisters, in our parish we combine the Divine Mercy Chaplet and Prayers, together with the devotions to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, on First Fridays of the month. As we celebrate Divine Mercy, we realize that we are saved by God’s mercy, not because of anything we might have done. As St. Paul said: “… while we were still sinners Christ died for us” (Rom. 5:8). This teaching began with his assertion that “we have been justified by faith” (Rom. 5:1). This 2nd Sunday of Easter has come to be known as the Divine Mercy Sunday (Weekend) since the Devotion to the Divine Mercy following the beatification of Sr. Faustina on April 18, 1993, by Pope John Paul II. The Chaplet of Divine Mercy would be recited around the world at 3 p.m. this Sunday. Let us come and join in prayers in our parish church too. Devotees pray it daily at 3 p.m. My dear brothers and sisters, in our parish we combine the Divine Mercy Chaplet and Prayers, together with the devotions to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, on First Fridays of the month. As we celebrate Divine Mercy, we realize that we are saved by God’s mercy, not because of anything we might have done. As St. Paul said: “… while we were still sinners Christ died for us” (Rom. 5:8). This teaching began with his assertion that “we have been justified by faith” (Rom. 5:1).
MASS TIMES

Mon-Tue ..... 7:00 pm

Wed-Thu-Fri ..... 6:30 am

Thursday – Adoration ..... 7am – 7pm

Saturday Vigil ..... 5:00 pm

Sunday ..... 8:00 am & 11:00 am

Welcome Visitors and Newcomers
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OUR PATRON SAINT, PHILIP NERI
Our Patron Saint, Philip Neri, was born in Florence, Italy on July 22, 1515.  He was also known as Philip Romolo Neri. Although he was related to Italian nobility, Philip came from a poor family. His father, Francisco Neri, worked as a notary. Philip's brother died in childhood, but his two sisters, Caterina and Elisabetta survived. In 1533, he moved to San Germano in 1533 to help a family with their business, and while there, he escaped to a local Dominican chapel...

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