During this Month of Mercy, we are excited to announce our newest seasonal publication, Mercy Magnificat. This magazine serves as a record of Our Lady of Mercy’s community events and accomplishments throughout the season. It was created to magnify the history and culture of our parish and lays out an in-depth timeline of our past and future while highlighting community members for their combined work and faith.
In the magazine, you’ll find pictures and stories of past events and save the dates for our upcoming activities. We’ll give you a bit of history about our church and information about our future plans.
One of the most exciting features of the magazine is Magnifying the Faithful section which will spotlight a parishioner’s accomplishments and how they incorporate their faith into their business and community involvement.
The Mercy Magnificat is also a great avenue for community partners to advertise their local business. We want to share your information with our faithful community.
With prayerful consideration, we hope that you enjoy this first issue of Mercy Magnificat and we are excited to share many more editions with you, our faithful community who reminds us that Mercy is alive!
For more information, contact:
Ms. Christy Haldane
Marian feast days:
Our Lady of Sorrows –
Tuesday, September 15th 12:00 noon & 6:00 pm
Our Lady of Mercy –
Thursday, September 24th 8:00am & 12:00pm
We’ve partnered with the Woman’s New Life Center for the Month of Mercy service opportunity. Items such as: pack and plays, rocking sleepers, bibs, 0-3 month clothing, pacifiers, bottles (new), toiletries, diapers, and wipes are needed. These items can be placed in the vestibule of church during the entire month of September.
Dr. Brant Pitre, author and professor of Sacred
Scripture at Notre Dame Seminary, will speak about
The Eucharist in the Book of Genesis following the 6:00 pm Mass on Tuesday, September 22.
We’ll have Mercy yard signs, bumper stickers, and license plates available following 4:00 pm Mass on Saturday, September 12 and after 9:00 am, 10:30 am and 12:00 noon Mass on Sunday, September 13.
We particularly loved the cover image but failed to thank the photographer, Ms. Darlene Aguillard. We regret the error.