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    Sr. Marvis Mazhunga

    Group: South Africa

    I’m Marvis Mazhunga, born into a Catholic family in Chirumanzu, Gweru, Zimbabwe. My parents used to tell us stories from the Bible and read the Bible to us. I had a desire to join the sisters after school, but I thought my parents would not allow it...

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    Sr. Esther Erus

    Group: Kenya

    Esther Erus is a Sister of Mercy from Turkana in Kenya. She is a nurse and works at the Mater Hospital in Nairobi. In this video, Esther tells us how she came to know the Sisters of Mercy and why she decided to join the Congregation.

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    Sr. Helen Culhane

    Group: South Central

    I had never planned to join religious life. In my head and heart I had other plans in store for myself. I am the second eldest of ten children and had always dreamed of having my own family. However God had His plans.

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    Sr. Brigid O'Flanagan

    Group: Southern

    I was a thought in God’s mind and in the minds of my parents way back in 1923 when the mystery of my human journey began to unfold.

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    Sr. Lucy Gachuki

    Group: Kenya

    My name is Lucy Gachuki and I am from Kenya. I feel humbled and honoured to share with you how I became a Sister of Mercy.

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    Sr. Agnes Curran

    Group: Western

    I had high ambitions – to be a saint! I got in touch with a few convents and finally decided to visit the Convent of Mercy, Loughrea, Co. Galway. I knew instantly that this was the place for me and my search was over.

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    Sr. Teresa  Sheerin

    Group: Western

    I grew up on a modest farm in Castletown Geoghagan, Co. Westmeath, the third in a family of eleven – five brothers and five sisters. Four girls chose the Religious life and two brothers became priests.

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    Sr. Esther Murphy

    Group: South Central

    My vocation story was first influenced and nurtured in my own home in Co. Limerick. Every morning my father would kneel and pray at a kitchen chair before beginning his work on the farm. This simple gesture made a lasting impression on me.

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    Sr. Carmel Lohan

    Group: United States

    Do you ever wonder what you’d be if you weren’t doing what you are doing! That’s my thought as I write my life story. I wouldn’t call it an extraordinary life by any standards and yet I feel I have had a wonderful and very fulfilling life.

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    Sr. Scholasticah Nganda

    Group: Kenya

    I am a Kenyan Religious Sister of Mercy, vowed since 1989. My vocation to Mercy is tied to a yearning that I began to feel while I was in school with the Sisters of Mercy in Makueni Girls' Secondary School.

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