Re-entry & Resiliency Plan (updated 3/3/21)
Reflecting back to their founding roots in Ireland, the Carlow University Round Table was conceived in May 2007 as an opportunity for collaboration and collegial exchange among Mercy institutions where participants are inspired by their common Mercy heritage. The Round Tables begin at the Mercy International Centre in Dublin, Ireland, and travel to various locations during the seven-day conference.
The next Round Table is planned for May 2022.
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“175 Years of Mercy — The Heritage We Have Received; the Heritage We Pass On” was the theme of the 2019 Carlow Round Table. It began at the Mercy International Centre, built by founder Catherine McAuley, and traveled for its final days to Glendalough, a fifth-century monastic city in County Wicklow.
Inspired by the words and vision of founder McAuley, participants presented papers and websites that explored the influence of the Mercy heritage on the teaching and culture at each of our institutions. These writings and photos are offered for further reflection and for the stimulation of a rich and vibrant relationship among all those who bring the Mercy heritage to life on our campuses.
When available the 2019 Round Table proceedings [pdf] will be listed here.
View or download the following Round Table proceedings: