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Catherine McAuley

The architect of Mercy - Catherine McAuley

McGee Middleton, Mary Lucille. (Religious Sisters of Mercy, 1980)
McNichols Campus Library
BX 4705 .M13 M53 1980

Catherine McAuley and the Tradition of Mercy

Sullivan, Mary C.. (University of Notre Dame Press, 1995)
McNichols Campus Library
BX 4483.8 .S85 1995

The correspondence of Catherine McAuley, 1818-1841

Sullivan, Mary C. (ed.). (Catholic University of America Press, 2004)
McNichols Campus Library
BX 4483.8 .C67 2004

The lady from Dublin

Breault, William. (Quinlan Press, 1986)
McNichols Campus Library
BX 4483.8 .B74 1986

Letters of Catherine McAuley

McAuley, Catherine. (Helicon, 1969.)
McNichols Campus Library
BX 4483.7 .M3

Life of Catherine McAuley : foundress and first superior of the Institute of Religious Sisters of Mercy

Carroll, Ausitn. (Vincentian Press, 19--?)
McNichols Campus Library
BX 4705 .M11 C3

The path of mercy : the life of Catherine McAuley

Sullivan, Mary C.. (Catholic University of America Press, 2012)
McNichols Campus Library
BX 4483.8 .S86 2012

Praying with Catherine McAuley

Burns, Helen Marie. (Saint Mary)
McNichols Campus Library
BX 4705 .M13 B8 1996

A way of mercy : Catherine McAuley's contribution to nursing

Bauman, Mary Beata. (Vantage Press, 1958)
McNichols Campus Library
RT 37 .M18 B3

Sisters of Mercy

The amalgamation : a history of the union of the Religious Sisters of Mercy of the United States of America

Sabourin, Justine. (Abbey Press, 1976)
McNichols Campus Library
BX 4482.2 .S2

Beyond measure : a legacy of mercy : the Sisters of Mercy in health care, 1879-1976

Burns, Elizabeth Mary. (Gold Leaf Press, 2009)
McNichols Campus Library
RA 975 .C37 B87 2009

Second Isaiah's daughters: Religious Sisters of Mercy and Presbyterian clergywomen as companions in ministry

Stone, Bebb Wheeler. (University Press of America, 2004)
McNichols Campus Library
BV 639 .W7 S86 2004

Sisters of Mercy : spirituality in America, 1843-1900

Healy, Kathleen (ed.). (Paulist Press, 1992)
McNichols Campus Library
BX 4483 .U6 S57 1992

Through the windows : a history of the work of higher education among the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas

Daigler, Mary Jeremy. (University of Toronto Press, 2000)
McNichols Campus Library
LC 495 .S58 D35 2000

Women of Faith: The Chicago Sisters of Mercy and the Evolution of a Religious Community

Fraser, Mary Beth. (Fordham University Press, 2014)
McNichols Campus Library
BX 4482 .C66 2014

Available in print and electronically.


A Dublin visitor : Catherine MacAuley

Bogetich, Marilynn. (Mercy Health Corp., 1988)
McNichols Campus Library
BX 4481 .D81

VHS; 18 min.

Located in University Archives

A pictorial tour of Catherine McAuley

Reid, Anne; Kirby, Bernard; Byrne, Seamus. (Mercy International Centre, 2005)
McNichols Campus Library
BX 4484 .D8 P53 2005

DVD; 41 min.

In God Alone: The Story of Catherine McAuley

This 23 minute historical drama recreates the life and times of Catherine McAuley in a compelling way.

On the Web

Sisters of Mercy

Web site for the Sisters of Mercy, an international community of Roman Catholic women religious vowed to serve people who suffer from poverty, sickness and lack of education with a special concern for women and children.

Sisters of Mercy West Midwest Community

The Sisters of Mercy from California to Michigan have begun a new Mercy moment. The six former regional communities are now the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas-West Midwest. While the West Midwest Community central administrative center is in Omaha, Nebraska, sisters and associates continue their ministries in their respective geographical areas. We serve in 32 states and four countries.

UDM's Sisters of Mercy Digital Collection

A brief history of one of the University's sponsoring institutions, the Sisters of Mercy. Included is an introduction by Gilmary Bauer, RSM and a two part video series describing the history and persons that have shaped the Sisters of Mercy.

Mercy International Association

Mercy International Association is an organization of the leaders of Mercy Congregations, Institutes and Federations throughout the world, founded to serve the Sisters of Mercy, their associates and colleagues in ministry. Members share the passion of their foundress, Catherine McAuley, to bring mercy to people who are poor, sick and uneducated.

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