Mercy Alive


VOL. 38 NO. 36

The month of September is a very exciting and important month of celebration within our parish as we celebrate the Month of Mercy! The focus of the month is on our devotion to the Blessed Mother under the title of Our Lady of Mercy and to grow as a parish and community through prayer, service, and fellowship. During the month of September, we will celebrate three Marian feast days, all of which we encourage you to attend.

It is important for us to commemorate these special days due to the role Mary has in our salvation. She models for us how God can use us as instruments to bring about His Kingdom.

In addition to the Feast Day celebrations, we will offer a few more opportunities to participate: one through FORMATION and one through SERVICE. With prayerful consideration, we ask that you consider participating in  these opportunities.

Our Lady of Mercy, pray for us!


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.


Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary –

Tuesday, September 8th 12:00 noon & 6:00 pm

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 Women’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.



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.

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Our Lady of Mercy is a family of faith united in prayer, love and Catholic Tradition.

We are dedicated to spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ through evangelization, education and Christian example. We strive to be as faithful as the Blessed Virgin Mary and live our faith by serving God, our fellow brothers and sisters and our community.

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