Rome and Paris High School Trip 2022 (open to all high school-aged students) Mary Mother of Mercy Parish, in partnership with Gloucester Catholic High School, will be sponsoring a high school trip to Rome and Paris during the Easter Break from April 18-25, 2022. Father Caparas has over 15 years of student travel experience, and has been leading high school groups to pilgrimages and trips around the US and Europe.
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Attention Catholic School Parents! Children attending Catholic schools should be receiving sacramental preparation at our parish. Therefore, it is important to register your child with our Faith Formation for Youth even if they attend Catholic School! Please contact the parish office if you did not receive a registration form in the mail or if you have a child new to Catholic School. Please plan to register your child for the 2019/2020 school year. Questions can be directed to: Shannon Cassidy, Coordinator of Religious Education; Stephanie Grossman, ECHO Coordinator (1st Reconciliation/First Communion prep); Jillian Hensley, Youth Ministry Coordinator (Confirmation prep).
Praying the Living Rosary
Photos of recent Youth Faith Formation events can be found at:
Mary, Mother of Mercy Parish offers catechesis and faith formation that focuses on the “whole family,” spans our whole life and includes the whole parish family. We seek to empower parents in their role as primary educators of their children as well as support adults in their own faith formation. The components of the program will center on the Holy Eucharist and will provide the opportunity for full, conscious and active participation. They will include some age-specific pieces as well as many opportunities for the whole parish family to participate inter-generationally (all age groups together).