Mercy Monday: A comfortable cup of tea
At the end of Catherine McAuley’s life, she said to one of her sisters, “Be sure you have a comfortable cup of tea when I am gone.”
Ever since, a cup of tea has been a symbol of the warm and caring relationships which were at the heart of Catherine McAuley’s Mercy vision.
Just as a warm cup of tea was shared by Catherine McAuley and the Sisters of Mercy from the very beginning, we hope that you will enjoy a good cup of tea this week and show our community that we are still staying strong and sharing in the spirit of community and mercy.
Share with us an image of you enjoying a cup of tea this week by tagging @mercycentersr on Instagram or send in your photo to email@example.com to be featured in next week’s Mercy Center newsletter.
Salve’s got this . . . with a comfortable cup of tea!
Reflection offered my Matthew Kelly, Mercy Center for Spiritual Life (April 27, 2020).
Each Monday and Wednesday, SALVEtoday will provide a prayer or reflection for the University community to reflect upon during this time of remote living and learning. #salvesgotthis #mercymondays