South Georgian Quarter

Mercy in the City: Learning more about our Dublin Roots

Mercy International Centre

Mercy International Centre on Lower Baggot Street welcomes all in the community to learn more about Mercy in Ireland, hear Catherine McAuley’s story, and visit their 19th-century building. All ages are invited to explore the four-floor house built in 1824. A quizzed-styled sacred treasure hunt is available for those under 16 to engage with the fascinating history of the House of Mercy. Hosted by Mercy International Association, this event will highlight their work within Dublin and Ireland as well as their office at the United Nations. Learn about their focus on the earth, especially water and the oceans, their support of migrants and refugees around the world, and their spiritual oasis offering programmes and retreats for all ages. Questions can be directed to [email protected]

Genres: Film | Screen | Animation, Heritage (Tangible | Intangible), Music, Visual Arts (Painting, Photography, sculpture, Digital Art, Print, etc)
Age Suitability: all ages
Features: Wheelchair accessible
Address: Mercy International Centre – Conference Rooms Dublin, Baggot Street Lower, Dublin, Ireland
Phone: 016618061
Locations: South Georgian Quarter
Event Start Time (pm)
4 pm
Event End Time (pm)
8 pm
No Booking Required