Sisters of Mercy Parramatta

Spirituality Links:


Sacred Space: A daily prayer page, by the Irish Province Jesuits.

Reflections on the Daily Readings:

Mercy Spirituality: This Mercy Spirituality Series can be helpful as an introduction series for those interested in Mercy life or as an opportunity to deepen one's own immersion in Mercy spirituality.

Sandie Cornish: Contemplation & Action for A Faith that Does Justice

Faith Doing Justice - Promoting a faith that does justice – an Australian Jesuit publication

The Australian Catholic Social Justice Council site with a series of discussion guides on principles of the Church’s social teaching and some important encyclicals related to this topic. They have been prepared for individuals and groups seeking to engage with current social justice issues, using the Church's social teachings to inform their judgement and action.

The Tablet: international Catholic news of the week

Spirituality and Practice: a multifaith website on ways to practice spirituality in everyday life. Book, audio, and film reviews; ideas and links for 37 essential practices; e-courses

Pray As You Go: Offers daily prayer and music for downloading to computer and MP3 players.

Liturgy Help: This is a unique internet subscription service, fully authorised by the Catholic Church to publish official liturgical texts online, providing easy access for parishes, schools and other Catholic communities to the wealth of the Church’s liturgical texts.

Caritas: the international aid and development organisation of the Catholic Church in Australia.

Ordo (Calendar) of the Australian Catholic Church

Aboriginal Catholic Ministry: The Aboriginal Catholic Ministry (ACM) is a ministry of the Sydney Archdiocese which supports Aboriginal people to live and express their faith as Aboriginal Catholics.

Catholic Earthcare Australia: As an agency of the Catholic Bishops Commission for Justice and Development, Catholic Earthcare Australia's mission is to help promote understanding among people that Creation is sacred and endangered, and must be protected and sustained for present and future generations yet unborn.

Ecospirituality Resources: Terri MacKenzie is a Sister of the Holy Child Jesus (SHCJ), an international congregation of women whose mission is “to help others believe that God lives and acts in them and in our world, and to rejoice in the divine presence.” There is a rich assortment here for Catholics and Christians to better understand the evolving worldview coming from the new science and new theology “so that they can better integrate their beliefs into that worldview.”