Eight years ago I was here talking about the impact of change on Religious Life and on the use of our resources. So much water has gone under the bridge since, some expected and some not.
Outside, the mountains and hills, the sand and seashore, the sounds of waves and gulls and clinking of boats in the harbour, the night sky and the morning freshness helped to unravel and clear some of the bits and pieces of our lives in the quiet presence
The last few months have been an intense and exciting time in terms of the Cause for Beatification for Catherine McAuley. In July and August of this year, under the sponsorship of the four Mercy Congregations, I was invited to Australia to speak at three
Sr. Susan De Guide writes of the gift of Pope Francis, his recent visit to the United States. We were able to be “up close and personal” with him for five days through the extensive media coverage.
September 29th 2015 was a historical day for Tralee and for the Sisters of Mercy as it marked the closure of the Mercy Convent, St. John’s, Balloonagh and the adjoining chapel to the great regret of the sisters and the whole neighbourhood ...