Dear Friends

We are surrounded by so much violence and evil that it is easy to become negative and despondent. Surely this must be the reason that Pope Francis, in May, published a letter to all believers. The title is: “Rejoice and be Glad” and the subject matter is: the Call to Holiness! What a contradiction to what we see and hear around us! The Church always has to answer the needs of the time. He makes the statement that a Christian’s Identity Document is none other than the Beatitudes! This is not burying our heads in the sand, it is not weakness, but requires tremendous strength to be a “sign of contradiction” and not just to go with the flow. It means humbly following our pebble path in life and, with great inner strength, doing the best we can everywhere for everyone. The poet Paul Claudel wrote in one of his creations: “Hope is a little girl who wakes up every morning and wishes us a good day!”

So, good day, and take joy in the privilege of building the kingdom!

Diana Beamish

Christmas 2009 video (Slide Show and Music)
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Christams 2009
We are very greatful to all those who made our Christmas a great day. Our day started with Lunch, followed
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Enjoy your holidays
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THE GREATEST MIRACLE that Mercy House has ever witnessed…
With God, nothing is impossible.” The Amazing Miracle of Finding Shadadi’s Mother! Diana, Shadadi and Tish Tuesday, 1 December 2009
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Our New office Blessing
On Sun 29 November, Father Joseph Sandri, Provincial of the Combonis Missionaries, blessed our new extension. It was fitting indeed
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2 New Dog Kennels
On Monday 16 Nov 2 new dog kennels were donated to us for our beloved dogs, Princess and Lady who
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Mercy House for me
“I rejopiced when I heard them say, let us go to God’s house. and now our feet are standing with
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Latest Acheivements
New office and guest room The room will be used to house occassional visitors at Mercy house. We, at Mercy
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From 1994 to 2009
The Story of Mercy HouseFrom 1994 To 2009 Historical BackgroundAt the beginning of Lent 1992, Diana Beamish went to the
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