Mercy Heritage Center

Preserving and sharing the story of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas

Mercy Heritage Center was created in 2010 to house the historic records and artifacts from Sisters of Mercy archives across the United States.

As the central archives for the Sisters of Mercy, Mercy Heritage Center preserves and relates the story of the Institute of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas. As a research and educational resource for the general public, its records  illustrate the vibrant and relevant impact of the Sisters of Mercy on the changing needs of our times, and inspire visitors to make personal commitments to similar values.

Mercy Heritage Center  offers volunteer opportunities to the public as well as internships for academic credit to college students. For more information on volunteer and internship opportunities, please contact Heritage Center staff.

Our Collections

Scholars, genealogists, and other researchers can find valuable information in our collections.

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Scholars, genealogists, and other researchers can find valuable information in our collections.

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Digital Exhibitions

Can't visit us in person? View our online exhibitions!

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Can't visit us in person? View our online exhibitions!

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Heritage Space and Exhibitions

Check out our current Civil War exhibition!

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Check out our current Civil War exhibition!

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Accessing the Archives

Discover how to access collections at Mercy Heritage Center.

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Discover how to access collections at Mercy Heritage Center.

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Get Involved at Mercy Heritage Center

Volunteer and Internship Opportunities

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Volunteer and Internship Opportunities

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Contact the Archives

Have questions? Contact us!

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Have questions? Contact us!

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