The celebration of the Eucharist is the heart of the life of our parish. We strive to celebrate Holy Mass with reverence and attention, with the full participation of the faithful, and we remind our parishioners of the grave obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation.
Holy Communion for the Sick/Homebound
The parish clergy and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion visit those who are unable to attend Mass because of age or infirmity to bring them Holy Communion. Please contact the parish office if you wish to be placed on the list for visitation.
Preparing Children for their First Holy Communion
First Holy Communion for children of Mother of Divine Providence is celebrated in the 2nd grade. Children are prepared for their First Holy Communion (and First Penance) through the curriculum of Mother Teresa Regional Catholic School and the Parish Religious Education Program. If your child attends another Catholic School or is home-schooled, please contact the Religious Education Office for more information.