Members & Associate Members News

The following news articles are available via the various Sisters of Mercy websites from around the world. The links associated with each article will take you to their respective websites.

Celine Byrne to perform in aid of APT

Celine Byrne takes to the stage on October 7th in the intimate setting of the Pavilion Theatre for what promises to be an evening of musical delight. This special concert is held in support of MECPATHS and APT (Act to Prevent Trafficking).

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Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy

The Jubilee Year of Mercy called by Pope Francis will open 8th December 2015...

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Make Mercy Real: The Real San Antonio

This isn’t your typical summer vacation! Five Mercy High School students traveled to San Antonio, Texas, to serve the struggling community there.

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Books, not bullets, will change the world says Malala

Imaging Mercy Today October 2015

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The year of Religious: What Now ?

Workshop led by Fr. Mariathas Selverathnam OMI

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Sisters of Mercy thank Pope Francis for stirring our hearts and renewing our commitment to walk in mercy on Earth, among people and in our Church.

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Feast Day Pilgrimage and Celebrations at Holy Cross, Wooloowin

On the morning of Sunday 13 September I attended a Commemorative Mass which was held to celebrate 125 years of Catholic Education in the Lutwyche Parish. The Mass was held at the Holy Cross, Wooloowin and was followed by a ‘pilgrimage walk’ through the grounds of the Holy Cross Primary School established in 1890 by the Sisters of Mercy, Brisbane. 

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Sister Loretta Walsh has been recognized by the Worldwide Who's Who of Executives and Professionals.

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Contemplating Compassion - Autumn Series' Final Note

Ms Claire Thomas, Director of Mission at OLMC Parramatta, led participants in a reflection on Compassion informed by Mercy Sister Breege O'Neill's article Called to Compassion.

Drawing on the Hebrew and Christian scriptures, the words of Pope Francis, Thomas Merton, and depictions of compassion in classical and contemporary art Claire challenged all present to consider our personal response to people and situations which call for a compassionate response.

This final seminar, concluded the Autumn Series of the Wake Up The World To Mercy Program.

The next series of seminars will begin in Spring.

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October Prayer Reflection 2015

There are three things which the poor prize more highly than gold, ...

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