Resources from across the Mercy world

This page features links to, and a range of resources developed by, Mercy individuals, groups and organisations beyond ISMAPNG.

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Environmental refugees and human trafficking module

Following recent climate disasters, Hurricanes Harvey and Irma and the earthquake in Mexico, members of the US Catholic Sisters Against Human Trafficking (USACHT) believed it would be helpful to share a module entitled “Human Trafficking and Environmental Refugees” for reflection and discussion. The module, written by Jeanne Christensen rsm, a member of the Board of USACHT, can be downloaded here.

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Climate- Induced Displacement

Download a two page PDF pamphlet about how our changing climate is forcibly displacing millions from their homes and what we can do about it. Download here


Her clean water campaign started with a summer trip

Grace Crema, a senior at Our Lady of Mercy Academy in Syosset, started Clean Water Wishes in an effort to help purchase bio-sand water filters for homes and villages in the Southeast Asian nation. Funds will be sent to the Sao Sary Foundation in Cambodia to directly fund the filters’ construction and installation.


Mercy Global Action's Cosmology and Eco-Justice project

Cosmology and eco-justice are one of two major projects of Mercy Global Action.

You can access the project's web page (which includes updates, opportunities for action, and background documents) here.


Mercy by the Sea

Mercy by the Sea Retreat and Conference Center is a sacred space located on the shores of Long Island Sound, in Connecticut, USA. The centre is committed to helping individuals and groups nurture a relationship with the sacred in self, others and creation, and to working towards a just and compassionate world. 


MGA at the UN Water and Ocean Reflections

Mercy Global Action at the UN has developed a 12-week reflective resource to highlight the issues surrounding our planet’s seas and oceans. This includes all the fresh and saltwater waterways our planet holds. This 12-week reflection begins on UN World Water Day (22 March) and ends on UN World Ocean Day (8 June).

Each week's reflection includes:

  1. Excerpts from Pope Francis (primarily using the encyclical Laudato Si)
  2. A video clip that you can watch (just hover your cursor and click the link to watch)
  3. An opportunity for action and prayer reflection

Mercy2Earth weekend

Mercy International Association

As part of our Mercy global response to the 'cry of the Earth and the cry of the poor', we have created resources for use on this weekend and beyond. In using the term 'Mercy to Earth' and in working with our existing MIA logo, we are highlighting in a particular way our response to the invitation of Pope Francis: 'May the works of mercy also include care for our common home'.

The resources on this website (all digital files) are available for use by members of the Mercy family and our partners-in-Mercy.