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Bibliography of Books and Articles

The following is an attempt to list all the published books, articles and multimedia productions by or about the Sisters of Mercy since the founding of the Congregation in 1831.

29 Oct 2018

Meherunesa's Story | Nowhere To Call Home

'Living with such uncertainty is torture. We worry, will we last this night? Even if we do survive...

29 Oct 2018

Lars-Ánte's Story | Nowhere to Call Home

'You can feel that all the wildlife is struggling. Back then, when I was in the forest there were...

29 Oct 2018

Komola's Story | Nowhere to Call Home

'In the flood, 80 or 90 families that I know lost their homes. They were attached to one another in...

29 Oct 2018

Kenneth's Story I Nowhere to Call Home

'I can’t understand why we are forgetting nature, why we are abusing the world. We think it’s so...

29 Oct 2018

Nowhere to Call Home: Climate Change and Forced Migration

Nowhere to Call Home explores the human issues around climate change and forced migration.

29 Oct 2018

Aslat's Story | Nowhere to Call Home

'If you think of me, where I am living my life and how, the way my forefathers have lived their...

29 Oct 2018

Afaz's Story | Nowhere to Call Home

'These wealthy countries who have industrial factories, who pump out smoke from cars, they are...

29 Oct 2018

Abdul's Story | Nowhere to Call Home

'We didn’t want to leave, our hearts belonged to that place, we still had land in our name even...

28 Oct 2018

The Death & Burial of Catherine McAuley (1778-1841): Her Convent & Tomb ...

Death and Burial of Catherine McAuley. Article by Mary C. Sullivan rsm

25 Sep 2018

Human Flow

When there is nowhere to go, nowhere is home.

28 Oct 2018

'Homeless Jesus' Sculpture 'is Everyone'

Sculptor Timothy Schmalz explains why he created a sculpture depicting Jesus as a homeless person,...

28 Oct 2018

Migration: How Many People are on the Move Around the World?

The mass movement of people is arguably the biggest story of our time