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    Building Links of Positive Change

    Group: Congregation

    Crosscare and Mercy … The Dublin of Catherine McAuley hasn’t gone away. Dublin remains a city of opposites - wealth and glaring poverty. Those experiencing homelessness are among the most marginalised in our society

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    European Human Trafficking Day Prayers

    Group: Congregation

    The 18th of October is European Human Trafficking Day

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    MECPATHS - Campaign Insights And Call For Action

    Group: Congregation

    Human Trafficking And Displacement Of Persons

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    The GIFT Box -highlighting the crime of human-trafficking

    Group: Congregation

    A public art installation highlighting the crime of human trafficking has just completed its month-long tour around Ireland. The GIFT Box is a walk-in sculpture designed to raise awareness of this human rights abuse.

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    MECPATHS attend City Hall to Mark the Passing of the Sexual Offences Bill

    Group: Congregation

    On St Valentine’s Day 14th February 2017 the Sexual Offences Bill was passed in Dáil Éireann. On the 8th of March 2017, International Womens Day, an event was held at City Hall to mark the passing of this important bill.

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    Catherine McAuley and the Jubilee of Mercy

    Group: Congregation

    The announcement of a Jubilee year of Mercy caused a wave of excitement around the Catholic world and none so more than among members of the Sisters of Mercy and their collaborators, associates and partners in ministry.

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    Young Mercy Leaders

    Group: Congregation

    Catherine McAuley calls on us to “never speak with contempt of any nation, profession, or class of people.” In her day, there were few groups in society viewed with greater contempt than women and girls in prostitution.

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    An Account of the Ceremony and Conferral of Margaret Casey rsm

    Group: Congregation

    Just shortly after 3:00 pm, Pugin Hall in Maynooth began its function in receiving those who had travelled to the University to participate in the day's events. These events would culminate in Sr. Margaret Casey's reception of an Honorary Doctorate.

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    MECPATHS WORKSHOP:Building Partnerships

    Group: Congregation

    One of the fundamental characteristics of the trade in human beings worldwide is that it is often conducted through highly sophisticated criminal networks that span nations and continents. To counter this deplorable trade, we must also develop internation

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    The Mystery of the Missing Letter: Eamon de Valera and Carysfort Training College 1916

    Group: Congregation

    One of the primary functions of our archives service is to respond to research enquiries and to make information available to researchers. We receive enquiries from a variety of sources and on a range of topics but this year one issue has dominated;

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