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Mass Schedule


Sunday Masses

Vigil Mass –Saturday
 4:30pm at Our Lady of Mercy

Sunday
7:15am at Our Lady of Mercy
9:00am at St. Brigid
10:45am at Our Lady of Mercy
5:30pm at Our Lady of Mercy

 

Weekday Masses

Monday – Friday
7:30am at Our Lady of Mercy

Tuesday & Thursday
8:30am at St. Brigid

Saturday Morning
9:00am at Our Lady of Mercy

 

Confessions

Saturday
2pm – 2:30pm at St. Brigid
3pm – 4pm at Our Lady of Mercy

Tuesday
7pm – 7:30pm at Our Lady of Mercy
Thursday
6pm – 6:30pm at Our Lady of Mercy

A priest will often be available for confession at other times, so keep your eyes open!

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We have low gluten hosts are available available for those who may need it. Please notify either the priest or deacon before Mass begins to request a gluten free host.

The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick: If you have a family member at home who is seriously sick or has been admitted to the hospital or is in danger of death, please do not hesitate to call the office so that the office staff can inform the priests. If it is an emergency situation, please call Fr. Michael’s cell phone 585-230-9610.

Marriages: Appointments must be made six months before the wedding. Couples are required to meet monthly with Fr. Michael and are also required to attend Pre-Cana Class.

Baptisms: Notify parish office to request baptisms. Parents are required to attend a pre-baptism class. Godparents must provide a letter of recommendation.

How to register with our parish:

Our Lady of Mercy

St. Brigid

Find Us

Our Lady of Mercy

Our Lady of Mercy
44 Lake St., Leroy, NY 14482


St. Brigid's Worship Site

Saint Brigid's
18 Gibson St, Bergen, NY  14416



 

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Our Lenten Schedule

Monday, March 18th

Our Lady of Mercy
7:30 am Mass
6:30 pm Eucharistic Benediction
followed by Vespers
(and Holy Communion for those who have not yet received at a Mass)

St. Brigid
8:30 am Communion Service
(or Mass when a priest is available)

Tuesday, March 19th

Our Lady of Mercy
7:30 am Mass
6:30 pm Eucharistic Benediction
followed by Vespers
(and Holy Communion for those who have not yet received at a Mass)

St. Brigid
8:30 am Mass

Wednesday, March 20th

Our Lady of Mercy
7:30 am Mass
6:30 pm Eucharistic Benediction
followed by Vespers
(and Holy Communion for those who have not yet received at a Mass)

St. Brigid
8:30 am Communion Service
(or Mass when a priest is available)

 

 

Thursday, March 21st

Our Lady of Mercy
7:30 am Mass followed by all day
Eucharistic Exposition
6:30 pm Eucharistic Benediction
followed by Vespers
(and Holy Communion for those who have not yet received at a Mass)

St. Brigid
8:30 am Mass

Friday, March 22nd

Our Lady of Mercy
7:30 am Mass
7:30 pm Stations of the Cross
(and Holy Communion for those who have not yet received at a Mass)

St. Brigid
8:30 am Communion Service

(or Mass when a priest is available)
followed by Stations of the Cross

 

LENTEN WEDNESDAYS
FOOD, FAMILY, AND FAITH

Share a meal of soup, bread, and water, Enjoy fellowship with our Catholic family, and Enlighten your Lenten journey. March 20th—Catholic Author, Speaker, Men’s Spirituality Presenter, Chas Defeo “Walk by Faith to Live Ministries” www.walkbyfaithtolive.com

7:00 PM– Soup Meal (Vegetable)
7:30 PM– Speaker
7:50 PM– Q & A

Call 768-6543 if you would like to bring soup or bread.

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violence, searching for stability. How are we called to
welcome the stranger in our midst? How can you support those worldwide who are forced to flee their homes to find safety or better opportunities? Visit crsricebowl.org

1Jennifer, a mother of three,came to Catholic Charities seeking help for her eldest child, Andrew, as he had become physically and verbally abusive to his younger siblings and was also skipping school. The family began working with Catholic Charities Multisystemic Therapy Program, an intensive, familyfocused intervention service to target and resolve the issues they were facing. Through the program and their therapist Kelly, Jennifer feels her household has regained peace and she has regained control as a mother. Your donation to the 2019 Appeal will help mothers like Jennifer find renewed hope and children like Andrew walk a stronger, positive path. Help your neighbor find hope. Select your new gift designation option when making a secure donation online at ccwny.org/donation or by calling Catholic Charities at 716-218-1400.