Sisters of Mercy of the Americas
Soeurs de la Miséricorde des Amériques
Hermanas de la Misericordia de las Américas
1991, by 17 Mercy congregations united to form one congregation, the Institute of Our Lady of Mercy, having been formed 12 Dec 1831, Dublin (Ireland), Catherine Elisabeth McAuley. Currently embraces various unions and independent congregations bearing the name of Sisters of Mercy, forming the largest English-speaking group of religious women.
Serve God's people, especially those who are sick, poor and uneducated; empower people to overcome the obstacles that keep them from living full and dignified lives.
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Institute Leadership Team (ILT), consisting of President, Vice President, and 3 councillors. Institute Leadership Conference (ILC), comprising 25 presidents of Mercy regional communities and ILT.
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