Please print out the attached CSA pledge sheet and return the filled out form to Our Lady of Mercy Church by March 10, 2021
· · Mail to: Our Lady of Mercy, 837 Bartlett Rd, Harborcreek PA 16421
· · As an attachment to an Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
· · In the collection basket when you attend Mass
· · Or drop it off at the parish office.
Thank you for your generosity in caring for our brothers and sisters in Christ who are in need and for supporting Our Lady of Mercy Parish Community maintenance projects.
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Ever-constant God, You remain eternal and unchanged while the earth spins us each day toward a new sunrise and a new reality.
Help us as we search for a minister of music and liturgy. Strengthen us to live for a time within the haze of uncertainty assured that you are present with us and already acting to provide for our needs.
Open our hearts and minds to recognize and welcome into our midst a new guide to engage our spiritual imagination, touch our hearts and form us ever more deeply in the spirit of the liturgy. We ask this through Christ, our Lord, Amen.
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Public Masses at Our Lady of Mercy will continue with the following schedule:
Monday through Friday - 8:30 a.m.
Saturday evening - 6:00 p.m.
Sunday morning - 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
On May 21, 2020 Bishop Lawrence T. Persico, Bishop of Erie, released a significant series of protocols regarding the return to public worship. He also announced that parishes prepared to meet the health and safety protocols established by the Diocese could resume public Masses.
Bishop Persico emphasized that the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday and Holy Day Masses remains in effect.
We are grateful that we can gather for the Eucharist during this time of COVID. To ensure everyone’s safety, we ask that everyone wears a mask, sanitizes their hands and observes social distancing. We are also live streaming the 8:30 and 11:00 Sunday Mass for those who can not join us in person.
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