The Sisters of Mercy Newfoundland is a congregation of women religious who live and minister in Canada and in Peru according to the spirit of Catherine McAuley, their foundress. Catherine’s gift of mercy shaped the story and ideals of the congregation and became the hallmark of its mission and spirituality.
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MERCY IN ACTION
If we love God, we will undoubtedly love our neighbour also; they are as cause and effect.
Retreat Instructions, p.147
This is your life, joys and sorrow mingled, one succeeding the other.
Letter to Francis Warde
If the love of God really reigns in your heart, it will quickly show itself in the exterior.
Retreat Instructions, p. 145
May God bless the poor Sisters of Mercy and make them very humble that they may not be unworthy of the distinguished blessings God has bestowed upon them.
Letter to Elizabeth Moore
[God] knows I would rather be cold and hungry than the poor in Kingston or elsewhere should be deprived of any consolation in our power to afford.