Quick Links

Mass and Reconciliation Times

Please click this link for our daily and weekend Mass and Reconciliation schedule and locations. If you are traveling, and need to know Mass times at your destination, please click on this link: https://catholicmasstime.org/church-near-me/

Online Registration

Registration for Mercy Parish - You can register after all masses,  or register online by clicking this link.  ​

Online Giving

Click this link for more information and our Online Giving Site.  Parishioners can also use envelopes.  Please see the Finance team after weekend masses or email finance@mercyparish.church for more information.

Mass Intentions

Mercy Parish has online Mass Intention Requests. For more information and the Mass Intention Calendar click this link.

Deacon Jeff's Blog

Interested in learning more about the Catholic Faith and spiritual life? Click on this link to visit Deacon Jeff's blog to read his homilies, reflections and more.

Prayer Warriors

Mercy Parish has established a prayer group, Mercy Prayer Warriors, dedicated to praying for the special requests of parishioners. If you would like to request a prayer, or would like to be a part of this important ministry, please email prayer_circle@mercyparish.church.

St. Joseph Ministry

To reach out and bring the Eucharistic Jesus, inspired by God’s mercy and compassion to those who cannot participate in the sacred liturgy due to ill health.  stjoseph@mercyparish.church

Click on the Mercy Parish Bulletins icon picture to see copies of our Parish bulletin. 

Click the icon picture to view a .pdf versions of Mercy Parish Newsletter. 

This is YOUR newsletter! So, if you have ideas, stories, and/or pictures of events (for example - a photo of a family's Jesse tree at Christmas, photos of the upcoming pilgrimage, photos when families visit other religious sites, etc), please feel free to submit them. If you have children in your photos, we will need their parent's permission to publish those. Here's a fun idea - wear your Mercy Parish shirts when you go on vacation, take a photo while you're there wearing it, and let us know where you visited. Submissions can be emailed to newsletter@mercyparish.church.


Click this link to view photos of Mercy Parish's growth and events. 

Time and Talent

We continue to seek our New Parishioners Time and Talents. Please consider filling out the Time and Talent Survey by clicking this link to let us know what ministries you are interested in.

Youth Protection

Mercy Parish and the Birmingham Dioceses have recognized that children, youth and other vulnerable persons can be at risk from certain individuals present in every community.  Please click on this link for information regarding youth protection.

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The Diocese Office of Religious Education is meeting online regularly.  To find out about all the neat things they're doing, please click on this link.


Audio Messages
Audio messages from Father Joy, Deacon Tony, and Deacon Rick can be heard by clicking on the audio links immediately below this text box.
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Online Masses
To our Parish family,
We now plan on performing the normal daily Mass schedule throughout the week by live Facebook feed.  The feed will be available on Facebook afterwards if you miss it. Videos are also available here:
Pope Francis gave a special blessing on March 27th:
A one-hour Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament can be seen by clicking on this link.
Stations of the Cross, click on this link.
Mass for the 5th Weekend of Lent, click this link.
Friday, March 27th Mass, click  this link.
Thursday, March 26th Mass, click this link.
Wednesday, March 25th Mass, click this link.
Tuesday, March 24th Mass, click this link.
Monday, March 23rd Mass, click this link.
Daily Mass schedule:
   Tuesday - 6:30 pm (Lenten Tuesday Daily)
   Wed-Fri -- 8:30 am
Facebook events will be scheduled for weekend Mass:
   Saturday at 5:00 pm (Live)
   Sunday at 8:30am and 11:00am (Recorded link of Saturday Mass will be provided)
As a reminder, our Facebook page is:


If you prefer YouTube, you can subscribe to the Mercy Parish YouTube channel:
Giving during our Public Suspension
Some of you have asked about giving during this time of suspended public Masses. Our Finance Council has put together a couple of ways to respond to these inquiries.
First is a note about our routine, weekly giving - alternatives are provided by clicking on this link.
Secondly, our Finance Council has worked with Amazon to set up AmazonSmile, where Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases. To support Most Merciful Jesus Catholic Church, click on this unique charity link.
Stay Calm
Here's the latest for Mercy Parish
First and foremost, let's all remember to breathe. Things are going on around us faster than many of us can quickly comprehend. Let's all take a moment, take a deep breath, and recognize the Holy Spirit in our midst.
We have a letter explaining the status of Most Merciful Jesus Catholic Church available by clicking this letter link.
We also have a letter from Bishop Baker available by clicking on this letter link.
Additional resources available to stay connected to our Catholic Faith include:
     Mass online through EWTN (https://www.ewtn.com/tv/shows/sunday-mass-live)
     Bishop Barron's daily Mass (https://www.wordonfire.org/daily-mass)
     The EWTN app for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/ewtn/id569376490)
     The daily rosary (Joyful) (Luminous) (Sorrowful) (Glorious)
     Information for the Birmingham Diocese (https://bhmdiocese.org)
     Information for the Archdiocese of Military (https://www.milarch.org/resource/staying-connected-in-faith/)
Please check back often for updates.  If you, your family, or friends are not receiving email updates and want to, please send your email address to:

Most Merciful Jesus I thank you with all my heart for giving me Yourself in this Holy Eucharist; body, blood, soul and divinity. 

May this precious gift enlighten me with the power to be your Mercy.

O Sacrament Most Holy, O Sacrament divine, all praise and all thanksgiving be every moment thine.

Most Merciful Father,

We thank You for Your unconditional love and infinite mercy.  We turn to You with grateful hearts for bringing us from far and near and uniting us as Your loving family.


We pray for your blessing and guidance as we continue to build your Kingdom at Mercy parish.  Give us a spirit of cooperation, and a generous sacrificial heart.  May all those who support this mission find Your constant protection.  Inflame us with the fire of your love so that we may become instruments of your Mercy to all Your creation.  Humbly we pray through the intercession  of our Blessed Mother and Your Beloved Son Jesus Christ our Lord

– Amen.

Most Merciful Jesus -- Have Mercy on us.

My Jesus, I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament of the altar. I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive You Sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart ... I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You.

Ash Wednesday services will be held on Wednesday, March 1st at:
8:00 am at the Rectory Chapel
12:00 pm at the Rectory Chapel
6:30 pm at Mill Creek Elementary School
Ash Wednesday services will be held on Wednesday, March 1st at:
8:00 am at the Rectory Chapel
12:00 pm at the Rectory Chapel
6:30 pm at Mill Creek Elementary School
Quick Links


St. John Paul II Catholic High School

                           Catholic School





U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops




Mercy Parish is a growing Catholic faith community of 381 families and over 1183 members as of January 1, 2019. In the two and a half years since our inception as a Parish, we have doubled our original parish membership, completed construction of the Multipurpose Hall (Phase I of our Parish’s Campus Vision) and are rapidly repaying the remaining loan amounts for this construction to the Archdioceses of Birmingham. Once these loans have been satisfied, we will immediately turn our Campaign efforts towards funding the construction of the Main Church (Phase II of the Campus Vision). Although, full funding and construction of all four phases of our Campus Vision is still several years away, it has been demonstrated by the ongoing charitable support of our members and visitors as well as the steady increase in our Parish membership that there is a strong desire in the Huntsville/Madison and surrounding areas for another vibrant and welcoming Catholic community. Please click the link for information on our Parish’s plans for growth. Please click Capital Campaign button below for  more information.

St. John the Baptist Catholic School

is dedicated to the spiritual, academic, social and physical development of each student.  Students in K4-8th grade have the opportunity to experience daily faith formation while participating in engaged, hands on learning that promotes strong academic growth.  Current enrollment is over 475 students in grades K4 - 8. Accredited by the AdvancEd Association and under the guidance of the Diocese of Birmingham, St. John’s is currently the only parochial school in the city of Madison.  It strives to foster an atmosphere of academic excellence rooted in a solid foundation of Catholic teachings during daily student life.


Parishioners at Mercy Parish have the opportunity to attend St. John’s Catholic School at the parishioner rate tuition.  Verification of parishioner status forms go from the school to the pastor. 


Please check out St. John’s Catholic School at www.stjohnb.com or email the principal, Sheryl Lewis at slewis@stjohnb.com.

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