21 December 2014

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  • Sisters of Mercy lead Evening Prayer in Clarendon Street, Dublin

    To celebrate the Year of Consecrated Life, St. Teresa's Church, Clarendon St. Dublin is hosting Evening Prayer every Thursday at 6.15pm. On 11th December, the Sisters of Mercy organised and led the prayer......

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  • Memories from Rwanda, Twenty Years Later.

    This is an account from Sister Bríd McLoughlin, of the time she worked with the aid agency, Trócaire, in Rwanda, after the genocide there. Bríd brings us through her discernment, her travel to Rwanda and some of her memories of this horrific time.

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  • Youth Symposium on Human Trafficking

    On the weekend of November 15th, I had the privilege of taking part in the Youth Symposium on Human Trafficking at the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences in the Vatican. This was a unique gathering of young people from all over the world to share....

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(Nativity Fractal by Robert Johnston)

"God of hidden wonder, this Christmas
expand our minds and stretch our imaginations so that we may wonder at your appearing"

A Child in Winter by Thomas Hoffman

  • Sr. Kathleen Byrne

    Having spent a number of years as a Sister of Nazareth teaching in Wisconsin and San Diego, California, I felt drawn more and more to the Mercy way of life. My good friend, Essie Hayes, sensed my yearning and desire to be a Mercy Sister...

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