Institute of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas
Visit the site of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas to learn more.
This site is newly updated.
Institute Leadership Team
The Institute Leadership Team of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas -elected by the 2011 Institute Chapter: front l-r - Sister Patricia McDermott, President,Sisters Deborah Troillett and Eileen Campbell. back Sisters Anne Curtis and Mary Pat Garvin
An international community of Roman Catholic women religious vowed to serve people who suffer from poverty, sickness and lack of education with a special concern for women and children.
Foundress Catherine McAuley
Learn more about her story.
Pray Catherine McAuley's prayer, the Suscipe
My God, I am thine for all eternity; teach me to cast my whole self into the arms of Thy Providence with the most lively unlimited confidence in Thy compassionate, tender pity.
Grant, O most Merciful Redeemer, that whatever Thou dost ordain or permit may always be acceptable to me; take from my heart all painful anxiety, suffer nothing to afflict me, but sin; nothing to delight me, but the hope of coming to the possession of Thee, my God, in Thy own everlasting Kingdom.
Mercy International Center
Mercy International Center, Dublin, Ireland Global Headquarters of the Sisters of Mercy . The original House of Mercy is today the International Center of the Sisters of Mercy
Pray With and For One Another
At the site of the Mercy International Association there are two links (below) for posting prayer at the House of Mercy on Baggot Street. There are also many resources for learning and links to Mercy materials. This valuable site is updated regularly.
POST YOUR PRAYER AT CATHERINE'S TOMB
POST YOUR PRAYER AT BAGGOT STREET CHAPEL
Mercy E-news is the Online Newsletter of the Mercy International Association and is available to anyone affiliated with the Sisters of Mercy who has an email account, simply by filling in the online registration form.
The Mercy International Association site www.mercyworld.org is a very valuable site for learning more and finding resources.
Learn more about the Mercy Heritage Center - the National Archives for the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas.
No actual photograph of Catherine McAuley exists. Soon after her death there was a rendering of her. Down through time artists and sculptors have used their gifts to portray this remarkable woman. The slide show here shows some of those renderings. Also, read the November issue of Network News to learn more about one rendering that is very special.