Wednesday 11 April 1827
Mary Ann Doyle offered her services as a helper at Baggot StSUBMIT A MERCY FACT
Foundation to Longford from Baggot St - M Bernard Maguire
Opening of House of Mercy for Maori women, Auckland
Foundation made to Yeadon, Leeds from Hunslet, Leeds - Sr Madeleine Searson.
Convent opened in Finley, New South Wales from Albury - M Catherine Dwyer
Foundation to New York from Baggot St - M Agnes O'Connor
M de Sales (Lady Barbara) Eyre died, London
Death of Mother Evangelist Costello of Guernsey, Channel Islands in Alnwick, Northumberland.
Death of M Joseph Callen, Foundress of Broken Hill, New South Wales
Foundation to Moyderwell from St John's, Balloonagh, Tralee
Foundation to Grass Valley, California - M Evangelista Kidgell
Death of Mother Camillus Dempsey, foundress of Whitstable Convent, Kent from Bermondsey.
Opening of Benevolent Institution for Aboriginal Children, Perth, Western Australia
Opening of first Mercy school, Auckland
Mercy Secretarial High School opened, Albany - M Renee Hosey
St Mary's Hospital, San Francisco destroyed in earthquake and fire
House opened in Mornington, Victoria from Fitzroy - M Bernard Whyte
St Patrick's Cathedral Secondary School Aotearoa New Zealand was opened and blessed.
Foundation to Kinsale from Limerick - M Francis Bridgeman
Sisters begin ministry in Ennis workhouse
Foundation to Clifford, South Yorkshire from Bermondsey - Sr Teresa Kearney.
Opening of boarding/day school, Lesmurdie, Western Australia - M Teresa
Opening of Mercy House, Glen Innes; Mercy Parklands Hospital, Ellerslie
Foundation to Tullamore from Baggot St - Mary Anne Doyle
Foundation to British Guiana from Midhurst, Sussex - M Antonia Chambers/M Ursula Grenn