Our Lady of Mercy


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EUCHARISTIC EXPOSITION AT OUR LADY OF MERCY: There will be Eucharistic Exposition every Sunday at 2:30pm the Rosary and Holy Hour for Our Nation will commence. This will continue every Sunday with the exception of the first Sunday will take place at St. Brigid Church. Join us!

ADULT FAITH FORMATION—Join us every Wednesday evening from the comfort of your home from 6:30-8:00pm to learn more about our faith and enjoy inspiring conversation. To join in the group contact Denise Spadaccia at (585) 356-4174 or email her at youthminister@ourladyofmercyleroy.org.


Thursday Eucharistic Adoration follows the 7:30 am Mass. Adoration closes at 6:30 pm with evening prayer and Benediction. Please take a moment to stop in the Church during Adoration and spend some time in prayer.

Knights of Columbus


The Knights of Columbus meets on the Third Tuesday of the month at the K of C Hall.

RECYCLE FOR LOVE BUGS: Your refund for can and bottle deposits can help our children at Love Bugs Pre-school. Take your empty bottles and cans to Mickel’s Nickels, 80 Lake Street, LeRoy and tell them you would like the money to go to Love Bugs Preschool. It is that easy! We thank you now, and the children will thank you later!










St. Brigid

1GriefShare is presented on Wednesday, October 21st at 10:00 AM and 6:30 PM at St. Brigid Church Parish Center.

We are committed to do this safely!
Just like our church, the Saint Brigid Parish Cen-ter will be sanitized and we require face coverings and chairs will be set at a safe social distance apart. We will also offer telephone conferencing for those who prefer to join us from their home.

This weeks’ topic is:
7. Guilt and Anger
• You’ll learn how to deal with false guilt
• How to grieve conflicted relationships
• How to handle grief-related anger

ST. BRIDID’S ANNUAL COAT DRIVE: Start your fall cleaning and support this wonderful community service. We will be collecting new and gently used, clean winter coats at St. Brigid's and Our Lady of Mercy during the weekends of October 11th and 18th. Bins will be provided in the back of each church for coat donations. Last year we presented about 75 coats to Community Action in Batavia and even more in previous years. This donation is greatly appreciated by those less fortunate.

EUCHARISTIC ADORATION AT ST. BRIGID : On the first Sundays of each month, there will be a period of Eucharistic Exposition following the 9:00 am Mass. At 2:30 pm, the Rosary and Holy Hour for Our Nation will commence.

Happening Elsewhere


Coping With Life Alone

Coping With Life Alone one-day retreat program on November 14, 2020.
Beginning Experience (BE) of Rochester is a peer support ministry for those suffering the loss of a spouse through death, divorce or separation. Our Coping With Life Alone one-day retreat will be held on Saturday, November 14th at Notre Dame Retreat House (5151 Foster Rd, Canandaigua, NY 14424). The retreat will help participants deal with the natural grief process and offers an opportunity, through God, for dealing with the loss and moving into the future with renewed hope. Registration begins at 8:30 am with coffee and light refreshments, and the program runs from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. Cost is $40, which includes lunch and all materials. For more information, please call 585-987-1750, email at beofrochester@gmail.com, or visit http://www.beginningexperiencerochesterny.org

Registrations are limited to 12 participants. Wearing masks and CDC COVID-19 guidelines will be enforced at the re-treat for everyone's safety.


Spiritual Direction/Consultation Available by Appointment for Individuals and Families in Crisis.

On-Going: Free phone or on-line platform calls available on a ‘by appointment’ basis.

During this time of challenge for the Church and for our communities, free spiritual services are available.

Offered By: The St. Raymond Nonnatus Foundation for Freedom, Family, and Faith. The St. Raymond Nonnatus Foundation headquartered in the Philadelphia area does spiritual outreach for families in crisis. The initial mission of the foundation is to families affected by divorce and separation. Check-out podcasts on varied topics at “Philly Nonnatus” on YouTube
and Subscribe. Appointments Available with Fr. Kenneth Breen, O.deM, Spiritual Moderator and Anne DeSantis, Director.

To learn more: Visit the website: www.nonnatus.org or email director.srnf@gmail.com.

1Podcasts for Catholics Affected by Divorce and Families in Crisis.

Two podcasts are being offered through the St. Raymond Nonnatus Foundation for Freedom, Family, and Faith.

  • Podcast for Catholics Affected by Divorce and Separation
  • The First Tuesday of each month, 8 – 9 p.m. Eastern Podcast for Families in Crisis.
  • The Last Thursday of each month, 8 – 9 p.m. Eastern

Both podcasts are available on YouTube, Facebook, Podbean app, and Tune In app. Subscribe to the “Philly Nonnatus” YouTube channel, and on Podbean and Tune In subscribe to: “Patchwork Heart Minis-try.”
More information go to the foundation website at www.Nonnatus.org, text or call 215-870-9913.

THE DEACON’S CLOSET is available year round!. The purpose of this ministry is to assist those who cannot afford medically needed equipment to assist with in-home care with items such as wheelchairs, canes, walkers, com-modes, etc. If you need the use of items or want to donate, please call 585-813-3588. There is no charge for the use of equipment.