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This is a general site for all theology students at Our Lady of Mercy School for Young Women to use for homework, projects and other research needs in theology.
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OLM Identity

  • Mercy Vision and Mission
    Animated by our Motto - Via, Veritas et Vita, we educate young women in the Way - rooted in Gospel values, the Truth - unleashing creative energy for the pursuit of knowledge and the Life - nurturing a hope-filled vision for leadership and responsible service.
  • Mercy Core Values
    --Hospitality is a warm and generous welcoming of all.
    We will cultivate an atmosphere of non-violence, belonging, and reverence.
    --Compassionate Service is living out the Gospel imperative to care for those in need.
    We will seek to understand the needs of others and respond with Christ-like mercy.
    --Justice-making is removing barriers that prohibit people from flourishing.
    We will strive to open our hearts and minds as we work with others to transform unjust systems.
    --Concern for Women & Women’s Issues is recognizing the inherent dignity and God-given equality of all human life.
    We will work to promote a just treatment of women in all aspects of church and society.
    --Global Vision is seeing the world from God’s perspective.
    We will promote an equitable global community through careful stewardship of human, economic, and natural resources.
  • Mercy Critical Concerns
    --We must deepen and assimilate more consciously the practice of NONVIOLENCE as an integral aspect of the charism of mercy.
    --We must deepen our response to the unrecognized and unreconciled RACISM, past and present, within our community.
    --We must revere EARTH and work effectively toward the sustainability of life and toward universal recognition of the fundamental right to water.
    --We must continue to embrace our particular concern for WOMEN.
    --We must stand in solidarity with IMMIGRANTS.
  • Catherine McAuley
    Information about the foundress of the Sisters of Mercy
  • Catherine McAuley's Dublin
    Information about to the story of Catherine McAuley mapped in context of Dublin.
  • Libguide about Catherine McAuley

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