November 28, 2016

Existing Mercy Resources Suitable for use in the Year of Mercy

Resources produced by Sisters of Mercy and partners-in-Mercy to aid our prayer and reflection in the Year of Mercy can be accessed here. Please let us know of any additional Mercy resources, newly published (or previously published and suitable for use this year), so we can include them in our listings. Messages to: Anne Walsh

B. Existing Mercy Resources Suitable for Use in the Year of Mercy
BOOKS

'Mercy in the City ' (2014)
How to Feed the Hungry, Give Drink to the Thirsty, Visit the Imprisoned, and Keep Your Day Job
Author: Kerry Weber
Kerry is a Mercy Associate with the Sisters of Mercy Mid-Atlantic Community.

'When Jesus asked us to feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, and visit the imprisoned, he didn’t mean it literally, right? Kerry Weber, a modern, young, single woman in New York City sets out to see if she can practice the Corporal Works of Mercy in an authentic, personal, meaningful manner while maintaining a full, robust, regular life...'

Purchase from Amazon

 
ARTICLES

'Welcoming the Stranger: The Kenosis of Catherine McAuley'
Author: Mary C Sullivan rsm (1996)
'...Some of you may have even seen the poster entitled "The Doors of Dublin". Today, I would like to focus on just one of those doors, not on its architectural function, shape or color, but on its spiritual meaning as a metaphor for the woman who built this door and as a metaphor for the conception of Jesus Christ which informed her mind and heart as she opened it: The front door of the House on Baggot Street..'

Download the article here ( 8pps; PDF)

 
MUSIC

'Mercy'
Damian Howard
'If I stumble, if I fall, if I throw away it all and I'm down on my knees, show me a little mercy' from Mercy by Damian Howard from the album 'One' (2006).
Purchase on iTunes

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'What Mercy May Yet Be'
Cynthia Serjak rsm

Additional verse written for the Jubilee Year of Mercy:

This year of Jubilee is calling us to be
A witness to God’s mercy at our time in history.
May Mercy now abound wherever we are found
With joy we claim this Mercy name, so let our thanks resound!.

Download music: What Mercy May Yet Be

 
 
Resources for the Jubilee Year produced by the Mercy network   Quotations                                  
 
 
 

Other Resources on Mercy for the Jubilee Year                               Articles by Sisters of Mercy

 
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