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.
03 Jan 2023
Mercy Partners News – Summer 2023
Welcome to the Summer Edition of Mercy Partners News. This edition includes our highlights from 2022.
20 Sep 2022
Spring news from Mercy Partners
Mercy Partners have been working hard to undertake some key changes to our corporate structure and have also participated in two industry...
01 Sep 2022
Mercy Community Aged Care welcomes Rockhampton and Townsville Aged Care teams
Over the past couple of months, we have seen the completion of the planned coming together of the three Sisters of Mercy aged care ministries...
16 Jun 2022
Mercy Partners News – Winter 2022
Welcome to the Winter Edition of Mercy Partners News. This edition includes the launch of Keep the Lantern Burning: Preserving, Nurturing,...
16 Jun 2022
2023 Mercy Partners Pilgrimage
We are now accepting expressions of interest to join us on the Mercy Partners Pilgrimage 2023.
26 Apr 2022
Nano Nagle Book Launch
On Tuesday 26 April 2022, we acknowledged the 238th anniversary of Nano Nagle's death (Nano Nagle’s Day) with the launch of the first book in...
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