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The March of mercy

31 May 2016 | Brian Doyle

Who deserves mercy?


A letter to the Queen

10 Mar 2016 | Michael McGirr

I am writing to offer my congratulations, not because you have been the longest reigning monarch of England but for a more private reason. Next year you will have been married to Phillip for 70 years. 


Waiting for the Church’s mercy

10 Mar 2016 | Mary Allen*

For Catholics wanting to get married when a partner has been married before, the wait for an annulment can be a difficult time. 


Home truths: Mass with the bare essentials

10 Mar 2016 | Kate Moriarty

The stresses of getting the family ready for church. 


Unguarded moments: Having the right be-attitude

10 Mar 2016 | Ann Rennie

A merciful attitude changes ourselves and the world around us.


Editorial: Mercy in relationships

10 Mar 2016 | Michael McVeigh

In the second of our Year of Mercy editions for 2016, we explore the theme, ‘Mercy in relationships’. 


The trek to forgiveness

10 Mar 2016 | Ella Brennan

Holding onto grudges
doesn’t help us, or our friends. 


Editorial: Mercy in spirituality

26 Jan 2016 | Michael McVeigh

to the first of our special editions following the Year of Mercy in the Catholic Church in 2016.


Mercy notes: Mercy in Spirituality

26 Jan 2016 | Peter Fleming

The experience of God's mercy is a fundamental part of our Christian faith. It is the belief that Jesus Christ our judge is, before that, our merciful liberator. 


Mercy prayer: The Ignatian Reconciliation Examen

26 Jan 2016 |

An examen is a prayerful reflection on recent events in our life to find where God has been present to us, and to discern where God is leading us. 


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