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just Mercy - Online Newsletter of the Sisters of Mercy of Australia and Papua New Guinea
19 October 2015 |  Issue 20

Last Thursday Sister Bernice Loch joined other church and Religious Institute leaders in a meeting with Parliamentarians in Canberra.

Sisters, Staff and Friends of the Newcastle NSW office enjoyed Mercy Day.

A new book by Dr Veronica Lawson rsm was recently launched.

Margaret Broadbent rsm shares developments in her contemporary art studio

Australasian Mercy Archivists gathered in Conference in Perth.

Sisters of McAuley Ministries gathered recently in Melbourne.

A wide and varied contribution to education by Sr Therese Power was recently acknowledged..

Annie Medley archivist shares some of her understanding of Mercy in Australia.

Recently primary school students visited Sacred Spaces in Singleton.

Mercy Health Residential Aged Care and Home and Community Care is proud to be participating in the Victorian Seniors Festival 2015.

Christopher Houlihan has commenced his role of Chief Executive Officer of Mercy Education.

Sally Bradley rsm recently visited Bihute jail in Papua New Guinea.

Each month the Sisters of Mercy reflect on and pray for a particular issue in our lives. During October our prayer and reflection is a call to a compassionate response to the refugee crisis.

Elisabeth Teggelove rsm shares her Mercy story.

Meet Meegan Jenkins - part of Mercy communications.

The 2015 Social Justice Statement speaks to the current issue of refugees & asylum seekers.

Mercy Works invites you to make a difference.

A request for prayer in time of drought.

Carmel Ross speaks of the work of Mercy Associates.

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