Your blessings count.

Mercy believes blessings are all around us, and wants to be a blessing to all those who come to us for care. We invite you to reflect on your own blessings and be encouraged by the blessings of others here…just click on a snowflake or use the link below.

Share your Blessings
I’m thankful for...

Doctors and staff that saved my daughter’life.

I’m thankful for...

We are blessed by the care we receive from the Sisters of Mercy at the McCauley clinic! Thank you seems small but we are very grateful!

Teresa Howard
I’m thankful for...

peace, protection, and joy that comes from Jesus Christ, health, family, friends, free spirit to forgive and love.

I’m thankful for...

Thankful for…..My job with a faith based foundation which has helped me through some emotional times and dealing with the loss of a parent. The listening ear and compassionate smile from coworkers has been priceless.

I’m thankful for...

…having such a loving God that He has given me the family and friends I have, the ability to nurse the sick and teach those wanting to learn, and allowing me to be me (although I’m sure He sometimes shakes His head and wonders “Where did THAT come from”). My beautiful wife of twenty-three years (for knowing what I am like and STILL loving me…), and for parents who taught me that love is the most powerful bond on earth.

Courtland S. Hampton
I’m thankful for...

My family, all of them. Life is too short, and I am happy to be alive, spending time with them.

Hope Curtis
I’m thankful for...

Mercy Mocha! and thanks to Robin and the others who always seem to know just what I need.

Cathy H
I’m thankful for...

For those qualities in mankind that seeks to find answers to the unexplained. For scientific inquiry that allows for the advancement of our species and that of others. I’m not thankful for mans misguided trust in religions that provide no explainations to the existance of life as we know it. Not thankful for religions that promote distrust and hate to those who don’t agree with their beliefs.

I’m thankful for...

I’m thankful for my family – mom and aunt – that even though they’ve experienced sickness this year, they’re alive and well! I’m thankful for health in my OWN body! Mostly, I am ETERNALLY GRATEFUL for the gift of salvation and eternal life through Jesus Christ! He is truly the reason for the Christmas season…and I offer Him to you today. Don’t wait until it’s too late. Romans 10:9-10 “That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.”

I’m thankful for...

Each day that I wake up and there is breath in my body! I’m thankful for family and friends!

I’m thankful for...

the great co-workers I work with, and my job! I love that I can work and be proud of my faith here at Mercy.

I’m thankful for...

I am thankful that I have all of life’s necessities, that my family is blessed with good health and that I work for an organization where we can still celebrate the true meaning of Christmas.

I’m thankful for...

Mercy multidisciplinary pain department for all they have done to help me. I can enjoy time with my son during activities now!

Ben Mendola
I’m thankful for...

im so bless im at mercy rite now be taking care of

frances uribe
I’m thankful for...

the many warm, wonderful Mercy Sisters I have known. Their warm, caring outlook on life and dedication to helping others has made the world a better place. They have enriched my life and the lives of so many others.

A Friend of Mercy
I’m thankful for...

First and foremost I am thankful to God and for my wonderful two sons and my beautiful 6 grandkids.

Patty Jones
I’m thankful for...

I am thankful for my bf he has been diagnosed with hydradinitus since the age of 12 or 13 and constantly has to have surgery…its a blessing that Jesus has guided Dr. Smocks hands to bring him out of surgery alive…..I know sometimes he gets tired and want to give up but his endurance and faith pulls him through this really is a life changing experience for me…He is 26 now and has no insurance………I never seen anyone suffer so much. I pray that there will be healing and no more suffering for all pts everywhere especially those who suffer from this diagnosis. He has had over 36surgerys…God has all ready suffered on the cross just praying for a season of healing…. <3

Ciera Brownlee
I’m thankful for...

just about everything right now.Thankful for God and all his gifts of faith, family, friends, health and wealth. Thankful that my Dad’s perseveres despite chronic pain; Thankful that a family member received great care even though the tx plan was to air lift him but couldn’t due to the weather; thankful for co-workers who are family to me.

I’m thankful for...

a wonderful husband to share my holiday with. I am so blessed.