Companions

The involvement of lay people as companions in Mercy ministry is grounded in the spirit of Catherine McAuley, who was skilled in drawing others to share her vision of how society might be transformed.

That story continues, as Sisters of Mercy and their companions find new horizons for God’s mercy and aroha to unfold in our day.

Go to the Spirituality and Mercy in Action pages to view and read more reflections on Mercy spirituality and ministry.

Companionship emerges in dialogue

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Mercy mission - working in partnership

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Connecting to the Mercy story through hospice

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From personal call to community connection 1

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From personal call to community connection 2

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The joy of sharing Mercy with those around me

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Ensuring mission is 'alive and well'

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Service, advocacy and education key to mission

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Coming home to Mercy

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Call to 'launch into the deep' in Samoa

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Shaping the future: Peter Buckland

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