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just Mercy - Online Newsletter of the Sisters of Mercy of Australia and Papua New Guinea
22 April 2016 |  Issue 24

On Sunday April 3, Divine Mercy Sunday, years of dreaming, planning and building became a reality with the opening of the Mercy Hub, North Carlton, Melbourne.

Catholic Theological College in East Melbourne recently received a gift of a bronze sculpture with a Mercy connection.

Tricia Johnson rsm relates her involvement with refugees and Asylum seekers in the community of Griffith NSW.

The Fourth ISMAPNG Annual Governance Forum recently took place in Sydney.

ISMAPNG recently appointed two members to the EarthSong Council.

Over the last twelve months the Mercy Associates Implementation Committee has been working steadily.

Ursula Frayne Catholic College Perth Year 7 students and a Year of Mercy experience.

Mercy Place Abbotsford long-time friends join forces to hold their own art exhibition

Being in Rome on Pilgrimage for the Year of Mercy.

The ‘Mercy-ing’ App has reached a first milestone In support of action and contemplation in daily life.

The year started well for Young Mercy Links

An Easter season greeting.

Each month the Sisters of Mercy reflect on and pray for a particular issue in our lives. During April our prayer and reflection is centred on 'Finding Our Default Setting'.

A response to one of the many challenges faced by indigenous communities.

Bernie Evens rsm shares the story of the Sisters of Mercy, the Bathurst Refugee Support Group and also the Murray Valley Sanctuary Refugee Group.

Joan Smith rsm shares the strong bond between her family and the Sisters of Mercy, beginning with the first Sisters to arrive in Australia.

Each month during our 170th Year, we will take a brief glimpse into the life of one of our pioneer Sisters.

Here is an opportunity to respond to Pope Francis’ call to action on environmental issues in his recent Encyclical on the Environment, ‘Laudato Si’.

In the new Mercy Hub Street Art has come to the service of the Mercy Story.

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