We are deeply saddened by the murder of 26 people in Sutherland Springs, Texas over the weekend. Our heartfelt prayers go out to all affected. Atrocities like this are impossible to understand and force us to face the fact that life often makes no sense. But our faith does and as a Catholic school sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy, we embrace the Critical Concern of nonviolence and commit to showing everyone the love we share through faith in Jesus Christ.
Mercy High School, San Francisco is currently accepting applications for the position of Chief Advancement Officer.
Mercy has contracted Cook Silverman Search to conduct a nationwide search to fill the role.
New Hires will Start this Month
SAN FRANCISCO - Mercy High School, San Francisco announces the selection of two finalists to the positions of Director of Facilities and Interim Chief Financial Officer.
SAN FRANCISCO - Mercy High School, San Francisco was recognized on Tuesday, Sept. 12, as a 2017 National Yearbook Program of Excellence recipient by Jostens, the leading producer of yearbooks and student-created content.
Mercy High School’s award-winning Yearbook Club is led by students from all grade levels under the direction of Karen Vanuska, Yearbook Club adviser.
The decision by the Trump Administration to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is cruel and unjust. Mercy High School, San Francisco joins with the US Bishops and the Sisters of Mercy in condemning this decision as a “violation of the human dignity of over 800,000 young people, while diminishing us all as a nation.”
This action impacts many in our Mercy High School, San Francisco community and we stand in solidarity with all our immigrant brothers and sisters locally and across the country. Immigration is one of the five Critical Concerns of the Sisters of Mercy, and now is the time for us to lead with our Catholic values and stand with those who are most vulnerable by advocating for their protection.
As Jesus states in the Gospel of Matthew 25:35, “I was a stranger and you welcomed me.” We must welcome these children as Jesus himself. The United States represents freedom and safe haven as they escape dangerous and often deadly situations in their home countries. The families who bring them here do so at great cost and out of love for their children. We urge our national leadership, especially Congress, to defend DACA and engage this issue with moral clarity and respect. The people affected by this decision are not “illegal aliens” they are human beings, beloved children of God, and our neighbors.
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