“By collaborating with others in the works of mercy, we continually learn from them how to be more merciful.”
- “Constitutions” Sisters of Mercy of the Americas
Catherine McAuley Center in Cedar Rapids promotes the well being and dignity of individuals in need by providing a transitional housing program for unaccompanied women over the age of 18 and a basic education program for adult women and men.
House of Mercy in Waterloo, Iowa, was officially dedicated on December 12, 2003. The Waterloo House of Mercy is the seventh official house to open. Those already in existence are located in Erie, Pennsylvania; Chanmangua, Guatemala; Burlington, Vermont; Hartford, Connecticut; Baltimore, Maryland; and Benton Harbor, Michigan.
Mercy Housing, Inc., was established in 1981 to create and strengthen healthy communities through the provision of quality, affordable, program-enriched housing for individuals and families who are economically poor.
Mercy Medical Center was founded in 1900 Cedar Rapids, Iowa, by the Sisters of Mercy. The not-for-profit community hospital offers patients of all denominations the “Mercy Touch,” Mercy’s trademark of compassionate care.
Mount Mercy College in Cedar Rapids is a four year co-educational Catholic professional and liberal arts college founded by the Cedar Rapids Regional Community of the Sisters of Mercy.
Mercy Volunteer Corps, a program of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, seeks men and women as volunteers to serve people who are economically poor or marginalized.