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mercy

(mĕr′sē) [L. merces, reward]
In medicine, the compassionate provision of relief or mitigation of physical pain, mental suffering, or psychological distress.
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As Francis has described in homilies throughout his papacy, God's mercy isn't simply pity or forgiveness after we've done wrong.
In just the last year, our database tracked more than 2,500 Mercy patients who received coronary stents in our cath labs," Dr.
In declaring a Year of Mercy, Pope Francis has called on the faithful to "echo the word of God that resounds strong and clear as a message and a sign of pardon, strength, aid, and love.
Royer succeeds Jeremy Barnicle, who will remain with Mercy Corps as a senior advisor to the CEO and the Global Leadership Council.
The author advocates the way of mercy as the meaning of the Christian life.
After the deal, Mercy Hot Springs would be operated as part of St.
Lucy tried to raise her before realising she needed better care and taking her to an orphanage, where she visited Mercy regularly.
Although a federally mandated electronic conversion of patient health records was instituted in 2009, Mercy was ahead of the curve, beginning the transition in 2005 with a $450 million investment.
The move represented the first installment of FMFCU's four-year $100,000 pledge to Mercy Health System.
They say they have eventually been swayed into thinking that Madonna may be able to give Mercy a better life.
Hersh, president and chief executive officer of Mack-Cali, commented, "We are delighted that Keystone Mercy and AmeriHealth Mercy have extended their leases at Airport Business Center.
We do not have to surrender in Iraq to put an end to this inhuman extravagance, we only have to surrender to the things we say we believe, seeking and offering mercy, embracing divine power by refusing our temporal power, telling our brothers and sisters that we have sinned and are sorry, and asking them to help us sin no more.