Mercy Works expresses thanks.
Each month during our 170th Year, we will take a brief glimpse into the life of one of our pioneer Sisters.
You are invited to join in what is the World’s largest grassroots movement for the environment on Saturday, March 19, 2016.
DOING AND BEING ENVIRONMENTAL CRUSADERS – Plastic Bags Project
Join our global Pilgrimage to Divine Mercy Sunday.
Following International Women’s Day this week, it is inspiring to hear of the work of Angela Reed rsm.
Berneice Loch, Institute Leader, shares the challenge of the cross in our lives.
The retirement of two Sisters of Mercy brings a change for the community of Apollo Bay.
The spirit of Catherine McAuley lives at the Mercy Care Centre in Young NSW.
Two significant events concluded 2015 and commenced 2016 for the community of Sacred Heart College, Geelong.
Sr Margaret Randall shares her wisdom and knowledge around the questions of the spirituality of ageing, community living, ageism, ministry, reminiscence and residential aged care.
The end of 2015 saw a wonderful event ‘Celebrating Mercy’ take place in Adelaide.