Mercy Alive


Your generous gifts through the Giving Tree will brighten the lives of many during this Holy Season. Your donations of cash and items listed below support the following organizations:

OLOL Elderly Housing
Heritage House
St. Anthony House
LA War Veterans Home
St. Clare Manor
St. Vincent de Paul
OLOM Parish Families


Make credit card donations on the church website at: or you can drop off your donation at the church office. Contact the church office, (225) 926-1883 for more details.


LA War Veterans Home Collections

Gift bags prepared for residents including cards of appreciation from school children and donated items needed by residents. (No large sizes)

Shampoo – Regular and Dandruff
Vaseline Lotion
Baby Powder
Baby Oil
Spray Deodorant
Brut Splash-on
Nic Sticks (septic pencils)
After Shave
Soft hair brush
Ziplock bags – all sizes
T-shirts – all sizes
Socks – Regular & Diabetic
Batteries – all sizes
The church office will accept donations through the month of November.


Cards for Prisoners

Our Lady of Mercy is collecting new, unsigned religious Christmas cards to distribute to prisoners at Angola and Hunt Correctional. These cards will be given to prisoners to allow them to write to their families during the holidays.

Cards may be dropped off at the church office by November 28th


Food for the Holidays

“For I was Hungry and you gave me to eat.”

During the month of November, each of us is encouraged to be bread for others. Empty baskets will be arranged around the Tabernacle in the Sanctuary. Please bring non-perishable food items to be given to the needy of our area for Thanksgiving and Christmas.


*Opportunities to donate to the Giving Tree are offered through the Second Collection envelope the weekend of November 13 and 14.


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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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