Mercy Sisters Embrace the World of Podcasting

Mercy Sisters Embrace the World of Podcasting

Six Mercy Sisters from the Western Province, Ireland have embraced the world of Podcasting.

Drawing from their various life experiences as Teachers, Social workers, Doctors and Counsellors, as well as being Mercy Sisters, these women tell their life-stories through a prism of Mercy.

Over the course of their lives, which have taken them on remarkable journeys, and indeed many highs and lows, the Sisters reveal their stories of hope and perseverance in their chosen fields.

They speak in detail about how the Charism of Mercy has enfolded in their journeys and how many of them have embraced new ways of living out their vocations, and of engaging with the world in the 21st Century.

Sr. Margaret McHale; Sr. de Lourdes Fahy; Sr. Máirín Ní Mhurchú; Sr. Dr. Marian Dolan; Sr. Attracta Canny; Sr. Dolores Duggan, share one thing in common – their true devotion to the Mercy Vision in the modern world.

These Podcasts are available under the banner of Stories from the Mercy World, on YouTube, LinkedIn on under Recordings, or accessed directly from the following links:

Stories from the Mercy World

Episode 1 – Margaret McHale rsm – My Journey in Mercy

Episode 2 – Mary de Lourdes Fahy rsm – Preserving Heritage

Episode 3 – Máirín Ní Mhurcú rsm – The Universe Story

Episode 4 – Marian Dolan rsm – A Doctor in Kenya

Episode 5 – Attracta Canny rsm & Dolores Duggan rsm – Hope House Addiction Centre, Foxford


For more information contact Suzanne Ryder, 087-6488123




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