Welcome to

Mother of Mercy

Roman Catholic Church

Come join us as we celebrate Mass Saturday, Sunday and weekdays at
Mother of Mercy Catholic Church in Washington, North Carolina.

Únase a nosotros mientras celebramos misa los sábados, domingos y días de semana en
Iglesia Católica Madre de la Misericordia en Washington, Carolina del Norte.

Welcome to

Mother of Mercy

Roman Catholic Church

Come join us as we celebrate Mass Saturday, Sunday and weekdays at
Mother of Mercy Catholic Church in Washington, North Carolina.

Únase a nosotros mientras celebramos misa los sábados, domingos y días de semana en
Iglesia Católica Madre de la Misericordia en Washington, Carolina del Norte.

Weekday Masses: Tuesday-Friday 8:30a / Wednesday 7:30p
Weekend Masses: Saturday Vigil 5:00p / Sunday 8:00a, 10:00a, 12:30p (Spanish)
Confession: Saturday 3:30 - 4:30p / Wednesday 6:00 - 7:00p
Adoration: Wednesday 6:00 - 7:30p / First Friday/Saturday 9am - 9am

COVID-19 GUIDELINES
We currently celebrating Mass within our church. People are asked to wear masks unless they have an exemption under the governor's exemptions.
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Adoration

During adoration, people are asked to wear masks in the church, unless they have an exemption. People are to remain at least 6 feet from people that are not members of their household.

Confessions

For Confessions, people are asked to wear masks in the church, unless they have an exemption. People are to remain at least 6 feet from people that are not members of their household.

Mother of Mercy

2020
Mother of Mercy

celebrating 200 years in washington, nc

On December 30, 1820, the Right Reverend John England arrived in Charleston, S.C., having been named the first Bishop of the Diocese of Charleston, which at that time encompassed Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. On June 4, 1821, Bishop England made his first visit to Washington,N.C. During his visit, he official organized and established the Catholic Church in Washington.

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From Father Michael

Hide yourself in God, so when a man wants to find you he will have to go there first.

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May '20

Sixth Sunday of Easter - 2020

I found it very fitting, as I was reflecting upon today’s gospel, that the idea of remaining in God is connected with the idea of loving God and being loved by God. The more we strive to remain in God the more we begin to love God. The two can not be separated from each other. We can not remain in God and not love God as well as we can not not remain in God and love God. These two go together! We must both love God and remain in God.

by
Father Michael Scheutz

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May '20

Fifth Sunday of Easter - 2020

Last weekend, the celebration of the Good Shepherd gave us an opportunity to reflect upon the priesthood of Jesus Christ and the priest’s participation as God’s instrument. This weekend, we are able to continue this reflection. Our readings, especially the first reading, talk about having others join Apostles in their ministry as a way to help prevent the Apostles from neglecting good works.

by
Father Michael Scheutz

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Jun '20

The Lord is my Shepherd - 4th Sunday of Easter

This weekend, we are celebrating Good Shepherd Sunday. This celebration is a reminder for us of the men who have served us and the Catholic Church as priests. It is also a reminder for us of the men who will serve us and the Catholic Church as priests. But we see in this celebration, especially in our readings at Mass, the foundation of the priesthood and essential aspects of the priesthood in the way that it is to be lived out.

by
Father Michael Scheutz
Mother of mercy

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