When our assembly was started, we debated whether to name the assembly after Pope John Paul II or Divine Mercy to support Divine Mercy Sunday, an observance that was very special to Pope John Paul. We chose the latter and our new assembly was formed.
The Pope died several years later, on the Vigil of Divine Mercy Sunday. This year he is to be beautified and, again, on Divine Mercy Sunday. It is the final step before sainthood. Learn more
Please join us as we celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday at St. Thomas More Church for a 4 p.m. service.
All Knights of the Fourth Degree are asked to wear their full regalia and to lead the procession and serve as honor guard for the Divine Mercy icon.
All other fourth degree knights should wear their social regalia. Knights of the Third Degree are in jacket and tie.
After the service, all knights and their ladies are encouraged to attend a 7 p.m. dinner at Spartacus Restaurant in Durham.
Learn more about celebrating Divine Mercy Sunday.