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  • Feb 01, 2007

    CEIST - Catholic Education an Irish Schools Trust launched. 70 + Mercy Secondary Schools included.

  • Feb 02, 1879

    Foundation to Buttervant from Charleville, Co Cork

  • Feb 02, 1972

    Auckland Mercy Sisters open Paul VI College in Leulumoega, Samoa. Sister Judith Leydon is the first Principal.

  • Feb 02, 1994

    Foundation to Howden, Yorkshire from Endsleigh, Hull.

  • Feb 03, 1965

    Foundation to Pumakos, Papua New Guinea from North Sydney

  • Feb 03, 1966

    Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight closed and house opened at Newport instead.

  • Feb 03, 1970

    Foundation to Negrie, Papua New Guinea from Townsville

  • Feb 04, 1840

    Bishop Thomas Walsh writes to John Hardman sharing his plans to ask for Sisters for Birmingham.

  • Feb 04, 1923

    Northeast wing of St Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor, Michigan opened increasing capacity to 200 beds. Corporate name changed from St Joseph Sanitarium to St Joseph Mercy Hospital.