August 05, 2014
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.
In considering the issue of human trafficking, it seems that in Panama this scourge has been very well hidden—or simply, it is so regular and normal, that it has become very common and no one is surprised.
World Day against Trafficking of Persons
A one day introduction to Creation Spirituality (RS)
'Welcome! Welcome to the home of Catherine McAuley on Baggot Street, Dublin. Today is a very special day for Mercy Sisters and lay Associates all over the world...' With these words, spoken twenty years ago, on July 23, 1994, the first House of Mercy established by Catherine McAuley in Baggot Street, Dublin in 1827 became the Mercy International Centre.
On 23rd July 2014, the Convent of Mercy in Baggot Street Dublin was dedicated as Mercy International Centre by Mercy International Association. Since that time, it has become the living centre of Mercy for Sisters of Mercy, colleagues and associates.
Seven Sisters from across the Mercy GB communities gathered ...
Sisters of Mercy Brisbane Congregation celebrated the Jubilees of Religious Profession of twelve sisters on Sunday 18 May.
From the earliest days of the Sisters of Mercy, Nursing has been a core ministry of the Sisters, and a means by which Sisters could bring the compassionate love of God, to those in need of healing.
A new book telling the stories of sixty Irish women who came to join the Sisters of Mercy in Newfoundland was released today in St. John's. Over fourty sisters joined the author, Charlotte Fitzpatrick, rsm to celebrate.