We acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands on which we walk, live and work. We recognise their living culture and their unique role in the life of the areas in which Mercy Partners ministries are located. We pay tribute to all of those who have nurtured this country over many thousands of years, deriving spiritual and physical needs from the seas, forests, soil, rivers, lakes and streams. We join with our First Nations people in honouring this land as sacred. We welcome the Uluru Statement from the Heart and support an Indigenous voice to parliament, enshrined in the Australian Constitution.
Listen to the Wisdom
In a recent convocation, Benedictine author and theologian Joan Chittister stated, “Don’t be afraid to speak. Be afraid of what will happen...
The Nano Nagle Place website proudly proclaims that if ‘Nano Nagle were alive today she would be the kind of person to win a Nobel Prize’. ...
All Shall Be Well
This year our Mercy Moments will delve into ancient and indigenous wisdom. Recently Richard Rohr shared this beautiful reflection on Lady Julian...
It was wonderful to see Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr-Baumann awarded Senior Australian of the Year at the recent Australian Day Awards. Miriam-Rose, an...
A Nation in Need of Charge
January 26 has come around once again and community debate over the date on which we celebrate our national day has intensified across our media...
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