On the feast of Divine Mercy, my husband and I attended the mass here in Divine Mercy Catholic Church in Titusville. It is our first visit in the church and we felt so welcome. The mass is solemn and the choir is truly outstanding.It is our first visit in the church and my husband decided that this will be our new church from now on.It is amazing to note that most of the parishioners are friendly in fact, this is the first church that I know that people greet each other before the mass started. It is like the "peace be with you" moment *wink* which is really a good motivation before the mass. People seems to be more friendlier than the usual...just my observation. Another thing that I noticed, during the mass, the choir is consists of a soloist and the pianist. Only two of them and the parishioners sang with them. Isn't it nice? The mass is filled with outstanding religious repertoire. The soloist has an amazing voice and each week, different soloist sang the mass. All of them has amazing voices.One priest loves to share a joke after the blessing in the mass. Parishioners would wait for that joke every time. It's been three months now and we love our church. We like the priest, the joke, the music, the parishioners. Again, the music is OUTSTANDING! Visit this church and you will like it too.
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