Monday 26 January 1976
Opening of Aboriginal Culture Centre, Kempsey
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January 26, 1913

Foundation to Charleville, Queensland from Brisbane

January 27, 1925

Convent opened in Mitchell, Queensland from Brisbane

January 27, 1822

In his will on this day, William Callaghan made Catherine McAuley sole residuary legatee to his estate and effects

January 28, 1895

Foundation to Deloraine, Tasmania from Goulburn, New South Wales

January 28, 1890

Foundation to Lyttleton from Hokitika

January 29, 1957

Foundation to Kunjingini, Papua New Guinea from Brisbane

January 29, 1923

Convent opened in Parkes, New South Wales

January 29, 1923

Opening of Mercy Hospital, Young, New South Wales

January 30, 1995

Mission to the Falkland Islands (Mercy Union GB)

January 30, 1995

Collaborative mission to the Falkland Islands - Srs Mairead Burke and Bridie Farrelly.

January 30, 1882

Sister Mary Juliana Ryan, first of the pioneers from Ennis Ireland to Hokitika on Aotearoa New Zealand's West Coast died on 30 January 1882

January 30, 1995

Sisters from Great Britain to Falkland Islands

January 30, 1923

Opening of St Patrick's Business College, Sydney

January 31, 1892

Foundation to Wentworth, New South Wales from Deniliquin/Albury

January 31, 1866

Opening of first Mercy School in Sydney - M Ignatius McQuoin

February 01, 2007

Catholic Education an Irish Schools Trust Charter signed.

February 01, 2007

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

February 01, 1840

Bishop Thomas Walsh invites Catherine to Handsworth, Birmingham.

February 01, 1990

Mercy schools in Western Samoa devastated by cyclone Ofa

February 01, 1875

Foundation to Stanthorpe from Brisbane - M Agnes White

February 01, 1868

Great fire at St Xavier's, Pittsburgh

February 02, 1994

Foundation to Howden, Yorkshire from Endsleigh, Hull.

February 02, 2008

Foundation of Convent of Mercy Ardee from Convent of Mercy Dundalk

February 02, 1972

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