Our Values

An education in the Mercy tradition invites us to take up a challenge­­—one that encourages us to develop fully our own God-given talents. At the same time, it enkindles within us a desire to assist others, so that they too ‘may have life and have it to the full’. (John 10:10)

Respect - But we appeal to you, brothers and sisters, to respect those (who labour) among you. First Letter of Paul to the Thessalonians 5:12

Compassion - As God’s chosen ones, clothe yourself with compassion, kindness, humility, meekness and patience. First Letter of Paul to the Colossians 3:12

Justice - The poor need help today, not next week. Familiar Instructions of Catherine McAuley p.140

Hospitality - A good beginning is of great importance. You must waste some time with visitors. Letter Catherine McAuley to Elizabeth Moore, December 1838

Service - Serve one another with whatever gift each of you has received. First Letter of Peter 4:10

Courage - Speak as your mind directs and always act with courage. Letter Catherine McAuley to Mary Ann Doyle, July 1841

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