The Gospel readings during the Lenten season serve as a reminder that throughout all of human history, there has never been anybody like Jesus.
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Join our Partners in Prayer to pray for young people like Alexis, who found loving friends and family at Mercy Home for Boys & Girls.
The Gospel readings during the season of Lent serve as a reminder that throughout all of human history, there has never been anybody like Jesus.
Join our Partners in Prayer to pray for Alex and our boys and girls who find a safe and loving home at Mercy Home for Boys & Girls.
This New Year, Mercy Home begins our 26th year of Sunday Mass. Read a reflection from Fr. Scott on these two life-changing missions.
Learn more about the Advent wreath and how its symbolism helps many prepare their hearts and minds for the celebration of the Lord’s birth on Christmas.
The Christmas season is one of the best times to make a difference in the lives of others. You truly have the opportunity to be an angel to those around you!
November is a month filled with preparation. We may have the tree trimmed and a feast for our loved ones, but are we spiritually ready for the coming of Christ?
As the Feast of All Souls draws near, I find myself reflecting on friends and loved ones who have passed on, and I’m sure you do as well.
As Fr. Scott Donahue discusses the life and teachings of Saint Jude, the Patron Saint of lost causes, he reflects on how many of our young people view their lives as “lost causes.” However, thanks to the intercession of Saint Jude, and to our many benefactors, our young people have the ability to thrive under the structure and direction they receive here at Mercy Home. Our young people are anything but “lost causes.”
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