Why are journalists and TV presenters as well as the ordinary people in the street willing to say “We all love Francis”? The message that Pope Francis shares is “old” but the “tone” is new and this it seems is what has caught peoples’ imagination today.
The MECPATH (Mercy - End Child Prostitution and Trafficking in Hospitality Sector) Team and volunteers gathered in the Atrium of the Department of Justice and Equality, Stephen’s Green for the first Training Session for Hoteliers.
The MECPATH volunteers are now ready to visit the first round of hotels and meet with their general managers and key hotel personnel. The aim of MECPATH is to raise awareness and to end child sexual exploitation in the travel and hospitality sectors.
On Wednesday 20th November Srs. Mary Ryan RSM and Denise Boyle fmdm, met with the Executive Council of the Irish Hotels Federation (IHF).The outcome of our meeting was that Michael Vaughan President of the IHF pledged full support for the MECPATH Campaign
The 2nd National Symposium on Catherine McAuley, entitled 'Gathering on Catherine's Birthday', took place on September 29th, in Charleville, Co. Cork. Attendance was over 300 and the newly discovered portrait of Catherine McAuley was unveiled.
We, Carmel Bracken, Kathleen Glennon and Marcella O’Connell are part of a worldwide group of Mercy Sisters and Associates (Mercy Global Action Network-MGAN ) which offers support to Aine O’Connor (UN) in the area of Cosmology/Eco-justice.
On Tuesday September 24th 2013, the day on which Sisters of Mercy all over the world celebrate Mercy Day, an announcement was made during the celebration of Mass in Mercy International Centre, Baggot St. Dublin, which delighted those who heard it.......
Even though we do not as yet have a miracle that is acceptable to the Congregation for Causes, there is plenty happening around the world that underlines the extent of Catherine’s fame for holiness which is one of the most important canonisation criteria.
On 26 June last the Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy welcomed the publication of the Report of Mr Justice John Quirke on the establishment of an ex gratia scheme for the benefit of those women who were admitted to and worked in the Magdalene Laundries