November 06, 2016
There are fourteen standard stations, which can be found on the walls of just about any Catholic church in the world. But some variations from this form exist, including one more closely following the scriptures, approved by Pope Benedict in 2007.
We are all invited to join with Pope Francis and his worldwide prayer network in praying this month's intention: Young people
The Jesuits in Britain have produced eight conversations for Holy week to take us back to those tense and frightening days in Jerusalem and place us alongside the apostles as they try to make sense of the political and mystical forces at work...
The MIRP Guiding Team and Congregation and Institute Coordinators, together with Mary Reynolds rsm (Executive Director MIA) and Elizabeth Davis rsm (Congregation Leader Newfoundland and MIA Member Liaison), met from 27-31 March in Dublin.
Editor: We are delighted to announce that on Monday this week we learned Mercy eNews was a bronze award winner in the Newsletter section of the 2016 Horizon Interactive Awards.
For the past month we have been praying for the peoples and places of our world affected by drought or flooding rains.
Watering the Roots at the Wellsprings of Mercy, the month-long renewal program for vowed Mercy women, is again being offered this year, commencing Sunday, 4 June through to Saturday, 1 July.
On the Feast of the Annunciation, the little Chapel at Convent of Mercy in Mobile, Alabama, USA, was overflowing with Sisters of Mercy, their Associates, and friends of Sister Mary Aidan Donaldson. All had assembled to celebrate Sr Mary Aidan
A fearsome question could well be on our lips at the end of our human days: “Lord, when was it that we saw you thirsty and did not care for you?”
Sr Veronica's weekly one page reflections on the Sunday Gospel Readings have a global circulation.