The Mercy Heritage Centre works to preserve and promote the extraordinary history and heritage of the Sisters of Mercy Brisbane Congregation, to encourage an understanding and appreciation of the value of the Mercy story within the community.
We will acquire, preserve, research, and maintain permanent collections of material for the purposes of study, education, interpretation, enjoyment, and for their continuing value to the Mercy organisation.
547 Ann Street
Brisbane QLD 4000
We want Mercy to flow out, timeless and boundless embracing all faiths cultures, people of no faith, deepening all spiritualities and offering to everyone the gift of the ‘CUP’ of salvation. St Mary’s welcomes persons of all faiths to use the Centre for: Educational Meetings, Planning Seminars,Enrichment programmes and spiritual retreats.
We encourage the use of our Centre by those groups whose mission and goals are in harmony with the mission and goals of the Sisters of Mercy
98 Hunters Road
Handsworth, Birmingham, B19 1EB
The Heritage Centre is located in the Convent of Mercy Charleville, Co. Cork. This Convent has a a special significance as it was the third house founded by Catherine McAuley.
Phone: 021 497 5380
Fax: 021 491 5220
The Convent occupies a special place in Mercy history as the first foundation established outside Ireland. Much has happened since 1839 when Mother Catherine McAuley led the founding party to Bermondsey.She stayed for almost two months, giving practical help and guidance to the first Sisters of Convent.
Explore Catherine's legacy through the eyes and experiences of the Sisters of Bermondsey Convent. Witness the close relationship between the Sisters and the local people in On the Doorstep; find the name of every Sister who entered the Convent in Lived Lives; explore the extensive archives of the Convent in Leaves from the Annnals; meditate on Mercy Spirituality and Ministry in the Chapel.
Convent of Mercy, Parker's Row
London SE1 2DQ
Phone: 0207 231 6175