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September 22

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The bishop of Cork urged at a profession in 1837 that they add a fourth vow - the service of the poor, the sick and the ignorant - as both integral to their dedication and descriptive of it.

Joanna Regan and Isabelle Keiss

  • October 11

    Catherine was an ardent peace-maker – an ecumenical person in a period of bigotry.

    M Florence Sullivan

  • October 12

    Your love calls to us…in every pebble, rock and hill - to sing of your mercy and justice.

    Rosaleen Hogan

  • October 13

    Prayer will do more towards [our difficulties] than all the money in the Bank of Ireland!

    Catherine McAuley

  • October 14

    There is nothing of greater importance than the perfect discharge of our ordinary duties.

    Catherine McAuley

  • October 15

    What advantage are works to God? But our working hearts He longs for, and He vouchsafes to plead for them with touching earnestness.

    Catherine McAuley

  • October 16

    Compassion….the flame of mercy. Compassion enkindles the flame of mercy.

    Lucille Ciafre

  • October 17

    Of the sisters in the Crimea it was recorded that ‘they did more than medicine’. To do more than medicine is still a challenge.

    Jan Geason

  • October 18

    Close to God, all is peace and contentment.

    M Frances Warde

  • October 19

    Catherine told us “…not only to obey the will of God, but to love it with our whole heart."

    M Vincent Harnett