Faith Resources

Faith Resources

Curious about spirituality and faith? Seeking a greater understanding of the Catholicism? Wanting to grow deeper in your relationship with God?


The Catholic Faith on demand – is a key library resource that provides the very best Catholic content: movies, programs, audio, and books – from more than 60 organizations to help parishes, families, and individuals explore their faith anywhere – direct to your browser, mobile, or connected device.

See the link below to register for FORMED and access the Catholic faith on demand:

Monthly Recommendations – April & May

Children’s & Youth Resources

You’re Not A Chicken by Farther Mark Goring: required reading for children (and the young at heart)! Children are taught about their identity, dignity, authority and destiny.  

Fr. Mark’s Book of the Month

The World of Marian Apparitions

The world-changing appearance of Our Lady at Fatima brought in many remarkable apparitions worldwide that the Church has either officially approved or marked as likely-authentic. Written by Author and Mariologist Wincenty Laszewski, this book summarizes the powerful and urgent messages of these apparitions. This book serves as a wake-up call to the faithful to deeper prayer and conversion.

More on FORMED

FORMED offers a wide selection of movies of different genres for you and your family to watch – especially during these cold winter days! 

Divine Mercy Library

“These resources can help answer questions you might have, encourage your spiritual and intellectual growth, and provide opportunities to encounter God and go deeper in relationship with Him.”

Our library is an inviting reading room with a team of knowledgeable, friendly volunteers ready to assist you and help you find what you are looking for. The library offers a wide selection of Catholic and Christian literature and resources for all ages, including books (fiction and non-fiction), CDs and DVDs. 

You can review the library’s complete collection here.

The Library is located directly off the parish hall. You can find it in hall through the door to the right of the stage or you can find the entrance door down the hallway opposite the washrooms. If you need help, ask one of friendly greeters, wearing a name-tag and lanyard, and they will happy to direct you!

Library Donations

Our library accepts donations of books, CDs and DVDs. All donations are vetted regularly and materials selected are added to the collection. The library collection is also reviewed regularly to ensure it continues to meet the needs of the community.

If you have any questions regarding the Library or would like to know how to make a donation, please contact or 613-728-9811 x707.