Mercy schools are rooted in the Gospel through our Catholic faith.
|Resource Title||Date Added||Type||Description|
|A Reflection of God's Mercy - Prayer Services, Liturgies and Resources for Mercy School Communities (link)||2022-03-17||Classroom, Staff||Sandy Flaherty, Director of Catholic Identity and Religious Studies teacher at Mercy High School in Burlingame, California, shared this ebook with resources for rituals, prayer services, liturgies and other Mercy celebrations.|
|Catherine's Prayer for Guidance (link)||2019-10-01||Prayer||A prayer for guidance written by Catherine McAuley|
|Digging into Laudato Si' (link)||2020-07-01||Classroom, staff||This series of articles from Earthbeat, a project of National Catholic Reporter, explores Laudato Si’ through a social, political and spiritual lens.|
|Global Sisters Report: GSR in the Classroom (link)||2020-09-01||Classroom||GSR in the Classroom helps students learn about the varied missions and ministries of Catholic women religious — and religious life — around the world. Each lesson explores Global Sisters Report articles and columns more deeply by posing questions that first open readers’ minds to new learning, then help them understand what they’ve read. Other features deepen the message with pertinent passages from Scripture and Catholic social teaching. Each lesson sends learners forth in prayer.|
|Laudato Si' Visual Reading||2020-06-01||Classroom, Staff||In commemoration of the 5th anniversary of Laudato Si’, the Sisters of Mercy have created a “visual reading” of the encyclical, highlighting key passages with powerful images, which is perfect for individual reflection as well as classroom activities.
Part 1: Pollution and Climate Change
Part 2: The Issue of Water
Part 3: Loss of Biodiversity
Part 4: Global Inequality
|Mercy Association in Scripture and Theology (link)||2020-09-01||Classroom||The MAST Journal is published three times a year by the Mercy Association in Scripture and Theology. Each issue contains essays exploring a particular theme. Holding your cursor over each issue title will allow you to preview the essays in that issue, and clicking on the issue title will bring you to a PDF of that issue.|
|Mission: The Foundation of Decision-Making (link)||2020-05-01||Staff||The COVID-19 pandemic has touched every aspect of our lives, and its impact on our world continues
still to unfold. Knowing how many timely and critical decisions have challenged Mercy schools, Mercy
Education offers this guide help decision-makers reflect on the choices they have made and look
toward the future with hope.
|Morning and Evening Prayer Book of the Sisters of Mercy (link)||2018-01-01||Classroom, Staff||Daily prayer book used by the Sisters of Mercy.|
|Pandemic Prayer Resources (link)||2020-08-17||Prayer||Compilation of prayers written during the COVID-19 pandemic from the Sisters of Mercy, USCCB and more.|
|Suscipe of Catherine McAuley (link)||2019-10-01||Prayer||Perhaps the best known prayer of Catherine McAuley is one she called her Suscipe or Act of Resignation|
|What is the process to become a Sister of Mercy? (link)||2018-01-01||Classroom, Staff||It takes at least seven years to become a Sister of Mercy. During this time, a woman learns about prayer, lives in community, studies theology, and ministers alongside sisters. It is a time of deep reflection, growth, grace, and most importantly, joy!|
|Why Choose a Catholic Education? (link)||2019-06-01||Staff, families||Sandy Flaherty, Director of Catholic Identity and Religious Studies teacher at Mercy High School in Burlingame, California, has published this informative and guiding resource for families considering a Catholic education. It is designed to educate parents on how Catholic education is distinct from other learning environments.|
|Works of Mercy and Catherine McAuley: Curriculum Guide (link)||2019-08-01||Classroom||Using the framework of the 15 Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy, this curriculum guide delves into the life and legacy of Catherine McAuley and provides opportunities and resources to inspire students about ways they can make Mercy real in the world today. A robust reference list provides information about service learning, suggested reading for students and teachers about the life of Catherine McAuley and much more.
To create a copy of the curriculum that you can save and edit, please click “File” then “Make a Copy.” Enter a unique name and then click “OK.” The copy you create will be visible only to you.
The curriculum writing team takes you on a tour of the curriculum this video.