On March 17, many of us put on our favorite green outfit, and celebrate Irish culture, but many never take the time to stop and think about why we are celebrating. Fr. Scott reflects on this feast day which celebrates the sacrifices St. Patrick made to spread the word of God throughout Ireland.
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Mercy Home reflections from Fr. Scott Donahue.
Fr. Scott Donahue reflects on Ash Wednesday, its meaning and origins of why we start the Lenten season with marking of the cross in ash on our foreheads.
As Catholics, we celebrate the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary as she was called by God in both body and spirit to join her son Jesus in heaven.
Learn more about the Advent season and what we do at Mercy Home for Boys & Girls to prepare for the celebration of the Lord’s birth on Christmas.
This year’s Christmas video, Fr.Scott Donahue tells the story a young boy who gave his gifts to Mercy Home, his generosity showed the meaning of Christmas.
Explore the origins of calling priests “father.”
Fr.Scott reflects on growing up without a father on Father’s Day.
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