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LIBA 150 - College Success and the Mercy Experience: Your Comments

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College Success and the Mercy Experience

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Sculpture on the Grounds of the California State Capitol Honoring the Sisters of Mercy

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Charity -The Words of Sister Catherine McAuley

"A community in which this universal charity reigns, is capable of surmounting all difficulties."

"One thing is remarkable.  No breach of charity ever occurred among us.  The sun never, I believe, went down on our anger.  This is our only boast."

Cross of the Sisters of Mercy, from a devotional print, ca. 1920

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