Find an organisation that continues the work of Mercy.
With 25 years experience in the treatment field in Ireland Aiséirí has made a significant contribution to recovery from addiction.
Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Carlow University was founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1929.
Established in 1988 by the Sisters of Mercy, Catherine House Inc. is the only provider of supported accommodation in South Australia for women over 21 years and unaccompanied by children.
Galilee Community is a sacred space, a place of prayer, reflection and sacred landscapes that draw the human spirit to find God present in all life experiences.
A family care home licensed by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, is able to serve a capacity of six residents in a home setting.
MAMRE is a place of promise and reflection. Our mission is to nurture and empower peoples' lives in a holistic way through training, job creation, hospitality and other human services, delivered in a spirit of welcome, mercy and justice.
The Mater Hospital was opened in 1962 by the Sisters of Mercy, a Catholic Order of Nuns originating from Ireland.
Works to preserve and promote the extraordinary history and heritage of the Sisters of Mercy Brisbane Congregation, to encourage an understanding and appreciation of the value of the Mercy story.
Mercy Hospice Auckland was established by the Sisters of Mercy. Led by Sister Cecilia Maher, the Sisters of Mercy first came to New Zealand at the invitation of local Maori women.
Mercy Housing is a national organization that acquires and dev elops program-enriched housing for a variety of low-income populations, including families, seniors and people with special needs.