Resources

Spending three weeks over the 2019 holiday season in the El Paso/Juárez area has strengthened my resolve to share widely about what is happening at our southern border.
View Resource »

An easy guide from the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas for prayerfully eating less meat during Lent 2020.
View Resource »

Laudato Si Generation, a movement formed at the 2019 World Youth Day, is calling on students and adults to join in the Global Climate Strike in response to the climate crisis. The strike is being called for a Friday every other month.
View Resource »

Letter to Communities Affected by Mining
View Resource »

This report sets forth the experiences and lessons of the Root Causes pilgrimage to Honduras in March, 2019. We hope it will serve as a record and a reference for action as we educate potential allies, advocate for change in U.S. policy, and prepare more
View Resource »

Click to download and print our Mercy for Earth poster.
View Resource »

An international delegation of 75 faith leaders involved with issues of social justice and immigration traveled to Honduras from March 18th to 25th, 2019, led by the SHARE Foundation, Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity, Leadership Conference of Women
View Resource »

Highlights from the April 2019 daylong program organized by CT Earth Mercy Committee and Mercy Ecology Inc.
View Resource »

The Mercy community is taking to hear Pope Francis' call to "ecological citizenship" through changes in lifestyle and policies that exemplify its Critical Concern for Earth and sustainability of life.
View Resource »


View Resource »

Taking fire from Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream, we launched this initiative to inspire behavioral, policy and guideline changes at the personal and institutional level.
View Resource »

Eradicating human trafficking is a top priority for the Sisters of Mercy in the 40+ countries where we live and serve.
View Resource »

Extractivism has very particular impacts upon the work, labor, livelihoods and even the bodies of women around the world, particularly women already vulnerable from poverty and marginalization.
View Resource »

The following websites are our partners or have been recommended by individual Sisters of Mercy.
View Resource »

Our online addiction is heating up the planet, as the electricity used to manufacture and power our devices, data centers and related infrastructure contributes a growing share of the world’s carbon footprint.
View Resource »

The quantity of raw materials, rare earth elements and conflict minerals in our electronic devices – and the ecological and social cost of mining these elements – is sobering.
View Resource »

The Washington, D.C.,-based interfaith working group on energy and the environment summarized the regional impacts of climate change included in the National Climate Assessment report released in fall 2018.
View Resource »

The Washington, D.C.,-based interfaith working group on energy and the environment produced this simple summary of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s 2018 report that makes clear the urgency of addressing climate change.
View Resource »


View Resource »

Created and endorsed by a coalition of Catholic organizations, including the Sisters of Mercy’s Extended Justice Team to aid in the election preparation process.
View Resource »

Four sample letters are available to customize before sending to the editor
View Resource »


View Resource »


View Resource »


View Resource »

Help spread the word about this video contest for young adults
View Resource »


View Resource »

Global climate change is impacting people and the environment in many ways. Here are some examples that directly connect to the Sisters of Mercy’s Critical Concerns.
View Resource »


View Resource »

Comprehensive guide to small group processes for staff, boards, students and other groups
View Resource »

Practices to keep us moving forward toward a more environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling and socially just future
View Resource »

Meditation and relaxation exercise for beginning a small group process, meeting, period of reflection or any other gathering
View Resource »

Conversation starters for discussions around Mercy’s commitment to persons who are poor and around Mercy's Critical Concerns
View Resource »

PowerPoint presentation outlining simple environmentally sustainable practices
View Resource »

10 action steps for responding to global crises of energy, the environment and the economy
View Resource »

Ways to engage the Critical Concerns to support the necessary shift from an economic growth society to a life-sustaining society
View Resource »

Use these prayers at a gathering or to plan a prayer service.
View Resource »


View Resource »

Please join us in prayer as we remember this tragic event.
View Resource »


View Resource »


View Resource »


View Resource »


View Resource »