Inspired by the life of Jesus and by our founder Catherine McAuley, the Sisters of Mercy envision a just world for people who are poor, sick, and uneducated.  The Sisters of Mercy are women of faith who commit their lives to God and their resources to serve, advocate, and pray for those in need around the world.

The Sisters of Mercy were founded out of a deep concern for persons who are poor. Today, that commitment is focused in five “critical concerns” that they address through prayer; attention to personal, communal, and institutional choices; education; advocacy with legislators and other government leaders; and corporate engagement.

Five Critical Concerns (Click each link below to learn more.)

The Sisters of Mercy take a position on a variety of issues that face our world, click here to learn more.

Please follow the Sisters of Mercy on their website and see how they live their mission of service as instilled by foundress, Catherine McAuley:

An independent, Catholic, all-girls college preparatory high school for grades 9-12
Merion Mercy Academy
511 Montgomery Avenue Merion Station, PA 19066
P (610) 664-6655
F (610) 664-6322
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