Thank you for considering a pledge to Our Lady of Mercy for the 2023 CSA campaign. Our Finance Council is asking each family to pledge $500 payable over the 10 months of the campaign (March to December). Please take the time to read the Finance Council Talk which explains the needs of the parish at this time.
Thank you for your generosity. Fr Matt.
Finance Councel Talk Finance Councel Report
Please complete the pledge form and return it to the Parish Office or in the collection basket.
Our Lenten Wednesday evening series is pleased to present a Eucharistic Miracles talk by Jacqueline Phillips-Sabol, PhD, ABCN, Board Certified Neuropsychologist on March 8, 2023. Dr. Sabol will give a multimedia presentation on the intersection of faith and science in Eucharistic Miracles.
Our Lenten series begins with a 5:30 Mass, followed by a 6:10 soup supper and concludes with the presentation in the worship area. Dr. Sabol's presentation will be about 90 minutes, from 6:45 to 8:15. Please plan to attend.
In the midst of our national Eucharistic Revival, this mission will explore Emmanuel - how "God is with us" through the themes of the Christmas, Lent and Easter seasons. God came into the world, and He stayed. He has stayed with us. So pour a great cup of coffee as together we refocus our eyes on Jesus in the Eucharist, who is "God with us."View / OLM Parish Mission
The season of Lent begins on February 22 this year. With its popular church fish dinners and tradition of "giving up" a favored indulgence, this 40 day period may be the best known of the Church seasons.View / Season of Lent Flyer
OLM Synod Summary and Erie Diocesan Synod Summary
A synodal Church, in announcing the Gospel, “journeys together:” What are the ways in which Our Lady of Mercy and the Erie Diocese most successfully bring people together in their faith journey?
What broad themes emerged? Consider the things that were discussed repeatedly, during which the conversation felt moved by the Holy Spirit.
What other themes came up that felt significant and Spirit-led when they were mentioned, even if they were not brough up frequently?