MIRP Review Document Now Available Online

During 2016, the Year of Mercy, Sisters of Mercy and partners in Mercy met together in small groups to discern together globally a shared response to the ‘cry of the Earth and the cry of the Poor’ in our world today.

The fruits of that reflection process have now been published online.

We invite you to share this Report with your own networks and with anyone interested in the vision and ministry of the Sisters of Mercy.

Click here to read or download the full report from the Mercy International Association website.
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Invitation to Participate in ‘Mercy2Earth’ weekend

22-23 April this year is Mercy2Earth weekend. That name, an initiative of the Global Catholic Climate Movement (GCCM), comes from Saturday being known since 1970 as Earth Day and Sunday this year being Divine Mercy Sunday.

As part of our Mercy global response to the ‘cry of the Earth and the cry of the Poor‘, Mercy International Association (MIA) has created resources for use on this weekend and beyond. In using the term ‘Mercy to Earth’ and in working with the existing MIA logo, MIA is highlighting in a particular way our response to the invitation of Pope Francis: ‘May the works of mercy also include care for our common home’.

Further information and posters can be accessed on the Mercy International Association website