2022 Programme Details

Vision in Action

MIA Prayer Intention: Mercy and Justice

Prayer

MIA Prayer Intention: Mercy and Justice

Strongly influenced by our Gospel Tradition and Mercy Spirituality, the Mercy World affirms that all forms of leadership in this time of pandemic should be just and merciful.

Mercy Global Presence

MGP

Mercy Global Presence

The fourth and final 'Integrated' poster on the theme 'Creating Circles of Mercy and a Culture of Mercy' and accompanying Reflection Guide are now available. There are 16 MGP posters and guides available, all accessible from this page in the MGP section of our website where you will also find the Flip Books for Segment Four. Flip Books of the complete series can be accessed here.

MESSAGES TO: MGP Guiding Group

Members News

Visualising our Portal into the Future

Americas

Visualising our Portal into the Future

Americas

Visualising our Portal into the Future

Jenny Wilson rsm reflects on Margaret Wheatley’s book focusing on working together to create change. "We can't be creative if we refuse to be confused. Change always starts with confusion: cherished interpretations must dissolve to make way for the new. Of course, it's scary to give up what we know, but the abyss is where newness lives."

Mercy Works: Educating with impact

Australia

Mercy Works: Educating with impact

Australia

Mercy Works: Educating with impact

Sr Mary Lewis rsm is at the frontline helping refugees and asylum seeker students settle into the Australian education system. At the end of each month, all the Mercy Connect volunteers submit a report to their respective Coordinators giving them an update of how they are going.  Recently, Sr Mary received one moving report where a volunteer’s words spoke about remembering those students in their class that they felt were left behind.

On This Day

Fact

On This Day

1985: Mount Carmel House, Derby opened for caring for the elderly.

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Praying with our Creativity

prayer

Praying with our Creativity

Some people find creative expression helpful in prayer. and you don't need to be an artist to find creativity helpful. This could include painting, drawing, making a collage. It could also include photography, sewing, or craft activities. 

16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B

prayer

16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B

“In every life, there is need for a balanced rhythm of work and re-creation. With so much pain and suffering in our world at the moment, the demands of living a gospel way of life can overwhelm us and cause us to act as though everything depends on us.'“

Further Resources

MGA Focuses on Children

Worth Watching

MGA Focuses on Children

The NGO Committee on Migration and the NGO Committee to Stop Trafficking in Persons hosted “Improving Outcomes for Migrant Children at Risk of Trafficking.”

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Young Hospital Patients Accompany Pope Francis

Worth Watching

Young Hospital Patients Accompany Pope Francis

Pope Francis made his first public appearance since his surgery at the Gemelli Hospital.

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High-Level Political Forum 2021

Worth Knowing

High-Level Political Forum 2021

The meeting of the HLPF will be held from 6 July to 15 July 2021, under the auspices of the Economic and Social Council.

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Laudato Si Action Platform

Worth Reading

Laudato Si Action Platform

Caring for our brothers and sisters means caring for the home we share. This responsibility is “essential to a life of virtue” (LS 217).

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Members of Mercy

Members of Mercy International

Members of Mercy International Association share the passion of their foundress, Catherine McAuley, to bring mercy to people who are poor, sick and uneducated.

Mercy eNews

The online newsletter of Mercy International Association is published weekly, 48 weeks each year and distributed to subscribers via email.

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