As an enhancement to this religious ministry, Mercy Home recently began posting homilies from the Mass, and in special cases like the Palm Sunday and Easter Masses, rebroadcasts of entire episodes on its web site. Now, caregivers and Catholics who may be unable to attend Mass in person can still share in the Mass by visiting MercyHome.org/Sunday-mass.
About Mark Schmeltzer
Mark Schmeltzer is a man of many words. Currently serving as Director of Communications at Mercy Home, he has spent his career arranging many words for non-profits in order to help them make the world a better place. He’s a big fan of new ideas and inventive expression. But most of all, he’s a husband and a dad.
Entries by Mark Schmeltzer
AT&T announce they will match donations for Mercy Home March for Kids 2016 movement.
Volunteers, donors take a fight against child abuse to the streets in March.
Dave’s story shows the power of breaking the cycle of abuse. Watch the video of one of Mercy Home’s Youth, Dave tell his story.
Fr. Scott delivered “A Walk with My Friend, Joseph Cardinal Bernardin” at Elmhurst College last Thursday evening.
Independence Day has fireworks. Thanksgiving has travel and turkey. And on Veteran’s Day, flags flutter on front porches all over America to honor those who served their country in the military.
But as federal holidays go, the one commemorating the life and work of Martin Luther King, Jr. is relatively young.
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