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Critical Concerns of the Sisters of Mercy

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  • Quad A for Kids
    The Quad A for Kids mission is to promote the personal and social development of our City of Rochester youth.
 

The Critical Concern of Non-Violence

The 4th Institute Chapter of the Sisters of Mercy recognized the need to intesify our responses to critical needs of our times which call us to conversion. This includes "to practice non-violence in all aspects of our personal lives and in our world."

The Sisters of Mercy ask that all those who benefit from the work of Catherine McAuley, and all the women who have followed in her footsteps, would join in the efforts to help make the world a better place as Jesus taught us.

Local Churches & Catholic Schools

The link below gives contact information for local Catholic churches and Catholic schools. Visit the organization's website to find out more about the church or school.

Many churches run ministries that fall under the Mercy Critical Concerns or Core Values.

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