March 08, 2020

Embracing Their Mercy Heritage

St Joseph's Mercy values on display at the school

Editor: Over three consecutive days last week, students from St Joseph’s Mercy Secondary School Navan, 170 in total, all in their first year of second level (secondary) education, visited MIC to learn and experience more of the story of their Mercy heritage. St Joseph's was founded by the Mercy Sisters in 1853 and is now under the trusteeship of CEIST

Upon arrival students enjoyed Mercy hospitality - tea and biscuits- before being divided into small groups for the two hour programme.

They viewed the film 'In God Alone', took a tour of the building and the recently completed Sacred Garden.

'Catherine's corner' proved a popular spot and the Catherine statue a firm favourite - as shown here.

Interested in bringing your class or group for a tour or program? Contact Anna Nicholls rsm.

Messages to: Anna Nicholls rsm - Head of Heritage & Spirituality

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