Catherine McAuley

Founder of Sisters of Mercy 1778-1841


Loving God, You chose Catherine McAuley for the service of your people who are poor, sick and uneducated. You inspired her to found the Sisters of Mercy so that these good works might endure. Give to each of us a portion of her compassionate spirit and an ardent desire to serve your suffering people.

Bless all our undertakings and grant that union and charity may always thrive among us.

Graciously, hear our prayer for Catherine and by granting the favors we ask through her intercession, hasten the day when her sanctity will be celebrated by all the Church. Amen.

Mercy Charism Group

Representatives from four Mercy Schools on Guam gathered to begin the conversation on furthering the Mercy Charism last February 16, 2012 at Santa Barbara Catholic School. The meeting was organized and facilitated by Sr. Maria Rosario Gaite, SBCS Vice-Principal and Vocation Director of the Sisters of Mercy. The group agreed to collaborate with one […]

“Come and See” Experience in Chuuk

Seven ladies responded to the invitation of Sister Cabrini Taitano and Sister Erencia Saipweirik to the first in a series of “Come and See” experiences at Mercy Convent Chuuk on February 12, 2012. The program included a prayer service, viewing of a vocation promotion CD, sharing of vocation stories, and a Q […]

Saint Anthony Catholic School | Overall Winners Of The Archdiocese Of Agana Servus Tuus Award

Saint Anthony Catholic School Teacher of the Year, Anita Panganiban (left) and SACS Staff member of the Year, Fred Torres (right) were recognized as the overall winners of the Archdiocese of Agana Servus Tuus Award. The awards were given during the Catholic Educators Conference held last February 3, 2012 at the Father Dueñas Memorial […]

Vocation Promotion In Chuuk

Sister Cabrini Taitano (left) representing the Sisters of Mercy, speaks at the vocation promotion panel to encourage religious vocation in Micronesia.

Through the collaborative effort of Sister Cabrini Taitano and the President of the Carolines Catholic Pastoral Institute (CCPI) to […]