"We must allow ourselves to be loved by God."
— Constitutions of the Sisters of Mercy North Sydney
HAD A DREAM
“We have the privilege of knowing it, we have the responsibility to understand it, we have the duty to protect it and we have the honour of living it!”
— MARIA MCGUINESS
“The only kind of dignity which is genuine is that which is not diminished by the indifference of others.”
— DAG HAMMARSKJOLD
Service of the Poor
“While we place all our confidence in God, we must act as if all depends on our exertion. ”
— CATHERINE MCAULEY
“Join hands in the building of a world in which less people will be forced to flee, and in which refugees are protected until they can safely return home one day.”
— SADAKO OGATA
MERCY & COMPASSION
“While there are no easy answers to homelessness, the issue is multi dimensional. However, evidence has shown us that one of the solutions is to provide permanent supportive housing.”
— MERCY FOUNDATION
On Saturday, 28 September, the Sisters of Mercy North Sydney hosted the Sisters of Mercy from Parramatta and the Institute of Australia and Papua New Guinea for a Mercy Day celebration. On this occasion, Catherine McAuley's birthday, 29 September, 1778, was also remembered.