OUR HISTORY

DIVINE-MERCYDivine Mercy School has a long legacy and rich tradition of Catholic education in South Milwaukee. When the parish communities of St. Adalbert, St. Mary, St. John, and St. Sylvester joined together in 2003, the Divine Mercy Parish was formed and with it a renewed commitment to Catholic education.

Divine Mercy School is the fruit of that vision.

Drawing upon a century of Catholic education success, Divine Mercy School is now even more equipped with the resources and passion to prepare students to become our future leaders, innovators and followers of Christ.

As a parish school, we live out our call to be stewards of God’s creation by protecting our 11 acres of green space near the shores of Lake Michigan and outreach to the community at large.

DIVINE MERCY HISTORY

While the Divine Mercy Parish may be located in South Milwaukee, many parishioners hail from Milwaukee, Cudahy, Franklin, Oak Creek and Racine. It’s a dynamic, welcoming parish.

If you are not a member, please consider becoming part of the Divine Mercy Parish family.

Divine Mercy Parish Mission Statement

We of Divine Mercy Catholic Church, Trust in Jesus through Daily Prayer, Celebration of the Sacraments, Continual Christian Formation, and Outreach to Neighbors near and far.

DIVINE MERCY PARISH IN SOUTH MILWAUKEE QUICK CONTACT INFO

Divine Mercy Main Worship Site 800 Marquette Ave.
Parish Office, Weekday Worship Site 695 College Ave., 414-762-6810
Divine Mercy School 695 College Ave., 414-764-4360
Early Childhood Center 695 College Ave., 414-764-0283