Throughout the Vicariate of the United States, our Mercedarian friars engage in three primary ministries: parochial service; education; and hospital chaplaincies.

The United States Vicariate is comprised of seven communities in five cities.  However, as members of an international Order, we are present worldwide. 


Cleveland, OH 

St. Rocco Parish

est. 1914


3205 Fulton Road

Cleveland, OH 44109

Telephone: (216)961-8331

The friars at St. Rocco's serve St. Rocco Parish and School.


Our Lady of Mount Carmel - West

est. 1926


6928 Detroit Ave.

Cleveland, Ohio 44102


Telephone: (216)651-5043

The friars at Our Lady of Mount Carmel serve Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish, and as chaplains to Luthern Hospital and Metro Hospital.


Le Roy, NY

Our Lady of Mercy and Saint Brigid

est. 2010


44 Lake Street

Le Roy, NY 14482


Telephone: (585) 768-6543

The friars at Our Lady of Mercy and Saint Brigid serve Our Lady of Mercy and St. Brigid Parish. 


Philadelphia, PA


Monastery of Our Lady of Mercy

est. 1978


6398 Drexel Road.

Philadelphia, PA 19151


Telephone: (215)879-0594

The Monastery of Our Lady of Mercy serves as the Headquarters of the Vicariate, as well as the House of Formation for postulants and students.  The friars also serve at various parishes and at St. John Neumann St. Maria Goretti High School.

Casa Massabielle

est. 2006


1941 Wynnewood Road

Philadelphia, PA 19151


Telephone: (215) 473-1669

The friars at the Casa Massabielle serve Our Lady of Lourdes Parish.


St. Petersburg, FL


St. Peter Nolasco Residence

5650 7th Ave N,

St. Petersburg, FL 33710


Telephone: (727) 345-4766

The friars at the St. Peter Nolasco Residence serve as parochial vicars of St. John Vianney in St. Pete Beach.  Additionally, they provide outreach to Hispanic Catholics and assist at a local nursing facility. 


Jackonville, FL


Mary, Mother of Mercy Rectory

894 Jacqueline Circle

Macclenny, FL 32063



The friars at our community of Mary, Mother of Mercy serve as pastors of both Mary, Mother of Mercy Parish and St. Edward's.  Additionally, they provide for the spiritual needs of the prisoners and patients in mental health facilities nearby.