Melvil Decimal System: 271.9204
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Christian practice and observance
Christian pastoral practice and religious orders
Christian organization, social work, worship
History of Christianity
History of Christianity
Monastic Orders; Monasteries
Passionists, 1720; Redemptorists, 1732
Lesser Roman orders
Sisters of Charity; Vincent de Paul founded A.D. 1629
Sisters of Mercy; Augustinian founded A.D. 1831
Ladies of the Sacred Heart; Jesuit founded A.D. 1800
Sœurs de bon Secours; Nurses
Little Sisters of the Poor
Other Roman sisterhoods
Works under MDS 271.9204
- The Crimean Journals of the Sisters of Mercy, 1854-56 by Maria Luddy
- Memories of the Crimea by Mary Aloysius
- Cuan Mhuire - A Haven of Hope: The Life and Work of Sister Consiliu by Nora McNamara
- The Call of the North A History of the Sisters of Mercy Down and Connor Diocese Ireland by Duddy Marie
- Circle of Mercy. (Northern Province, Ireland) by Bonnie R.S.M. Brennan
- Call of the North : A History of the Sisters of Mercy, Down and Connor Diocese, Ireland by Duddy Marie
- Mother Mary Ignatius Sherrington by John W. Gilbert
- The Sisters of Mercy of Ennis by Pius O'Brien
- Sisters of Mercy Kilmore Ireland by Sr. Clare Crowe
- The Sisters of Mercy of Kilrush and Kilkee by Pius O'Brien
- THE SISTERS OF MERCY IN THE CRIMEAN WAR by Evelyn Bolster
- Merci Beaucoup: A Story of Courage and Compassion by Johanna O'Mahony Walters
- Celebrating Mercy Life and Ministry in Wareham, Clevedon, Dundee and Glasgow.
- Catherine McAuley Today: What Might Pastoral Workers learn From Her? by Catherine. Kennedy
- The Sisters of Mercy in Meath 1836-1994 by Sr. Magdalene R.S.M. Claffey
- St. Joseph's Convent of Mercy, Kinsale: A celebration of 150 years, 1844-1994 by Frank Hurley
- St Mary's Convent Handsworth. Celebrating the Past, Commitment to the Future by Archivist Jim Ranahan
- Greyfriars Convent. Convent of Mercy, Elgin, Scotland by Jean Olwen Maynard
- Catherine McAuley, Works of Mercy. by Peter Connell
- Mater Misericordia Hospital 1868-1961 by Edward T. Freeman
- Trees of Mercy. Sisters of mercy of Great Britain from 1839
- St.Mary's Convent Handsworth. 175th Anniversary
- Sisters of Mercy, Glasgow, 1849-2009. Mass of Thanksgiving, St. Aloysius Church, Garnethill.
- Mater Misericordia Hospital Annual Report
- Sisters of Mercy, Diocese of Middlesbrough, 1857-2007
- A history of the Convent of Mercy, Burnley by Brian Seale
- A History of Two Dublin Hospitals by Religious Sisters of Mercy College of Detroit
- Sisters of Mercy of Great Britain, 1839-1978 by Sr. M. Imelda M.A. King
- A Journey of Mercy. A history of the Sisters of Mercy of Barnsley, South Yorkshire by Sr. Mary julianna Doody
- Divine Providence, Castletownbere, Ireland
- Mater Misericordia University Hospital 1861-2011
- Sisters of Mercy Gravesend. 150th Year Souvenir Booklet.
- A History of the Sunderland Sisters of Mercy 1843-1993
- In God's Hands by Costello A. Gemma
- Celebrating 150 Years of Mercy Belfast 1854-2004
- Catherine McAuley. Her House of Mercy made Works of Mercy possible
- 150th Anniversary of the Sisters of Mercy in Gravesend. 1860-2010. Mass of Thanksgiving.
- The Sisters of Mercy, Popular Politics and the Growth of the Roman Catholic Community in Hull, 1855-1930 (Roman Catholic Studies, 13) by Maria G. McClelland
- Mercy, From Age to Age
- Convent by the Erne by Sr. M. Joseph Kelly
- Grow Where You are Planted by Sr. Dolores Walsh
- Memories of World War 2 recalled by Sisters of Mercy in Great Britian by Sr. M. Imelda Kenna
- Centenary Celebration, Convent of Mercy, Conway, North Wales. 2010
- Colaiste Ide.
- What's a Hundred Years? The Story of the Sisters of Mercy in Castleblayney. by Sr. Joan and McQuaid McManus, Sr. Margaret
- A Lamp Kindled. The Sisters of Mercy and Tipperary Town. by Denis G. Marnane
- St. Mary of the Angels, Moyderwell, Tralee, Co.Kerry
- The Sisters of mercy in Kilmore (1868-1968) by Rev. A.H. B.D. Leaden
- A History of the Sisters of Mercy, Commercial Road, East London by Jean Olwen Maynard
- The Sisters of Mercy as Crimeaan War Nurses by Sr. Mary McAuley gillgannon
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