For our parish fundraiser, we have frozen egg rolls by the dozen for sale.  The cost is $15 per dozen. We have a limited number for sale, so it is first come, first serve!!  Please help support your parish!! For more information, please call Mary Beth or the office.


The Mother’s Day Mass cards are in the back of the church. Please write the name of the mother being honored on the large envelope and place your donation inside.  Keep the card and smaller envelope to send to the person for whom the Mass is being celebrated.  If you are honoring a deceased mother, please use the “In Memory of a Mother” envelope.  Mother’s Day is May 12th.

** Please return the large envelope with the names so the Mass intentions may be kept on the altar during the month of May.

National Eucharistic Revival

We will have a special guest speaker, Ricky Molsbee next weekend, April 13 & 14 to talk about the National Eucharistic Revival. The National Eucharistic Revival is a movement to restore understanding and devotion to the Eucharist: the greatest gift God has ever given to humanity and the very source of our strength.  Encounter the reality of the Real

Presence and fall in love with your faith like never before!              

The Catholic Diocese of Biloxi will have a Eucharistic Procession across the Gulf Coast, over the course of 5 days, to do our part in the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage.  This begins Monday, June 10th through Friday, June 14th.  All are encouraged to participate in the Eucharistic Revival!


Lenten Dinner Success!

** Our net proceeds were $  14,807 **

We would like to thank everyone for their hard work and dedication in supporting our parish during the Lenten seafood dinners!  It makes a difference when everyone pulls together and helps.  The dinners continue to be successful for our parish and it is because of the hard work of everyone and donations that makes this happen.  Thank you so much!

Divine Mercy

The History of the Divine Mercy Chaplet

In 1935, St. Faustina received a vision of an angel sent by God to chastise a certain city. She began to pray for mercy, but her prayers were powerless. Suddenly she saw the Holy Trinity and felt the power of Jesus’ grace within her. At the same time she found herself pleading with God for mercy with words she heard interiorly:   Eternal Father, I offer You the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Your dearly beloved Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, in atonement for our sins and those of the whole world; for the sake of His sorrowful Passion, have mercy on us.  The next day, as she was entering the chapel, she again heard this interior voice, instructing her how to recite the prayer that our Lord later called “the Chaplet.” This time, after “have mercy on us” were added the words “and on the whole world”. From then on, she recited this form of prayer almost constantly, offering it especially for the dying. Encourage souls to say the Chaplet which I have given you. Whoever will recite it will receive great mercy at the hour of death. When they say this Chaplet in the presence of the dying, I will stand between My Father and the dying person, not as the just Judge but as the Merciful Savior.

Prayed on ordinary rosary beads, The Chaplet of The Divine Mercy is an intercessory prayer that extends the offering of the Eucharist, so it is especially appropriate to use it after having received Holy Communion at Holy Mass. It is also appropriate to pray the Chaplet during the “Hour of Great Mercy” — three o’clock in the afternoon (recalling the time of Christ’s death on the cross). In His revelations to St. Faustina, Our Lord asked for a special remembrance of His Passion at that hour. 

Congratulations RCIA Confirmandi

We welcome Paul & Dia Perry to our faith community of Blessed Francis Seelos Parish! As you have received the gifts of the Holy Spirit, may you enrich the world around you with Christ’s love!


Fasting means having only one full meal to maintain one’s strength. Two smaller, meatless and penitential meals are permitted according to one’s needs, but they should not together equal the one full meal. Eating solid foods between meals is not permitted. Catholics from age 18 through 59 are bound to fast. Again, invalids, pregnant and nursing mothers are exempt.