Open Letter to Robert Jenrick MP
We have joined forces with over 60 groups and charities across England to call on the government not to leave anyone out of the plans to…
News from Willowbrook Hospice
At Willowbrook Hospice in Prescot, Merseyside the staff are finding new ways to support both their residents and the families concerned. They began a new venture…
Youth Ministry Team message for 14th May
You are invited on Thursday 14th May by the Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle to join them to pray for the sick, their families, the NHS…
What we do
The first Chapter of our original rule written in Catherine’s own handwriting states the original purpose for our existence as Sisters of Mercy.
The Sisters admitted to this Religious Congregation besides attending to their own perfection which is the principal end of all Religious Institutes should also have in view what is the peculiar characteristic of this
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Sisters of Mercy respond to the various needs in our world today. Several of our Sisters are Prison Chaplains or Hospital Chaplains, others visit the sick and the needy in their own homes.