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Adderton: house and heart of mercy
3 Nov, 2019 - 27 Dec, 2020
Join their guides as they introduce you to the inspiring story of Catherine McAuley, foundress of the Sisters of Mercy and the work of the Sisters since their arrival in Queensland in 1861. During this 45 minute tour discover the history of the Sisters of Mercy and All Hallows’ Convent and learn about the contemporary face of mercy. Explore the exhibitions and artworks that draw on the Sister’s mission and values, highlighting social challenges and encouraging action for a better future.
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