In December 2013, the Sisters of Mercy left the town of Strokestown, where ministry had begun in 1891. The energy of the Sisters gave life when and where it was needed and their presence was much appreciated by the local people.
This story from the perspective of Carmel McEnroy rsm is about her connection with Professor Arnold Angenendt and his restoration of a precious icon to its home in a small Russian village, revaged during World War II, after seventy-two years.
Sister Rose Moran has published a book of her poetry recently. Here, you can see some of the faces present at the launch of this beautiful book and hear her read some of her work.
Mercy Principals and members of Management Boards were delighted to spend time in the Mercy International Centre recently.
Kathleen Glennon's beautiful book of poetry on the bogland of her home place was launched on November 8th, in the community centre of Kilteevan, Co. Roscommon. This story tells of that marvelous night.