Welcome to ISMAPNG’s Calendar of Upcoming Events, where you can find a diverse range of events from ISMAPNG, and other reputable providers, which nurture our one mercy mission.
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Mercy International Association will present this 4-week renewal programme from 4pm on Sunday, 19 May to 11am Friday, 14 June 2019. Participants will have the opportunity to take time out in an atmosphere of warmth, hospitality, and internationality in order to discern more clearly the invitation of the Spirit in how to live out the mission of Mercy in our church and world. Anne Curtis rsm (Americas), will be present for the month and will weave an ecological and justice thread throughout the…Find out more »
We invite you all to participate in Mercy Global Action's "Inherent Dignity Webinar Series!" The three Inherent Dignity webinar sessions aim to actively engage participants with the major themes covered in Mercy International Association’s publication titled, Inherent Dignity, an advocacy guidebook to preventing human trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation and realizing the human rights of women and girls throughout their lives The “Inherent Dignity Webinar Series” aims to engage participants with the major learnings of this guidebook and address…Find out more »
Students from Mercy Secondary Schools and ministries will travel to Mercy International Centre in Dublin, Ireland. These Mercy pilgrims will undertake their journey in the light of the story of Catherine McAuley, foundress of the Sister of Mercy. Through presentation, discussion, reflection and prayer, pilgrims will engage the history and charism of Mercy, returning to ordinary life better equipped to be Mercy leaders in our schools and in our world. For more information, or to pre-register your group, visit: https://www.mercyworld.org/our-centre/programmes/young-mercy-leaders-pilgrimage-2019/.…Find out more »
Monday Nov 4 2019 - Friday Nov 8 2019 Catherine demonstrated great tenderness to those who were sick. In the context of today's ethical challenges, explore the values that motivated Catherine and the early Mercy women to provide comfort to the sick. Cost: €620 (Residential) - €410 (Non-Residential) Ticket Sales end on 31 October - Maximum places: 30 Registration fee (to secure your place) €50.00 Residential Accomodation and all meals provided.Find out more »
Immerse yourself in Catherine McAuley's story, with a special focus on the educational dimension. Consider why it was that Catherine thought education was so important, learn about the types of schools the early Sisters established, reflect on your personal leadership, and use some of Catherine’s stories to identify a mercy response to contemporary issues. Open to Educators wishing to deepen their understanding of education in the Mercy traditionFind out more »