Catherine McAuley Boundary Breaker

During Mercy Week, MIA will host virtual dialogues, Mass at Baggot Street, and participate in Dublin’s Culture Night on 23 September. The theme for this year is Catherine McAuley Boundary Breaker.

Mercy Day Mass: Livestream and In-Person

Mercy Day Mass: Livestream and In-Person

On 24 September at 12pm noon (Dublin), Mercy Day Mass will be offered in-person at the Baggot Street Chapel and live-streamed for virtual participation. The virtual mass will be streamed below and at this link

Mercy Global Presence

Mercy Global Presence

Join us on the journey as we centre our attention in the final segment, 'Integrated'.
Theme Four resources on 'Creating Circles & Culture of Mercy'' are now available

Mercy Global Action

Catherine's practical, whole-hearted response to the injustices of her day, inspires Mercy International Association to hear and respond to the 'cry of Earth and the cry of the Poor' in our day.

Catherine McAuley

Catherine McAuley was born in Dublin, Ireland, in September, 1778. In 1824 she used her inheritance from an Irish couple she had served for twenty years to build a large House of Mercy on Baggot Street, Dublin in response to the needs of the poor of Dublin. Today that house is known as Mercy International Centre and is home to the Mercy family from all over the world.

Catherine McAuley
Catherine McAuley

Prayers Requested

As a Mercy Community, we pray with those in need of physical healing through the intercession of Catherine McAuley.

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Today Mercy's Quote

Come! Be hands of healing, hearts of caring, freeing the winter captive world.

Maria Cordis Richey


Mercy eNews

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