Jesus encouraged us to ask for what we need, seek what we long to find, knock and closed doors will open. We welcome your prayer requests and the opportunity to pray with you.
The Development Office publishes a newsletter called Bylines. PDFs of the current issue and many past issues are available for reading and download.
As we prepare for the holy season of Advent, we will be sharing a series of posts on our Facebook page. The posts will be reflections from a calendar composed by Father Terence Moran. Titled “No Room: An Advent Journey with People Experiencing Homelessness,” the calendar will help us prepare for Jesus by encouraging us…
Today on November 25 we celebrate Foundation Day. Ursuline Sisters throughout the world unite today in celebration of a common mission of love for all. In 1535 the Company of St. Ursula was founded by St. Angela Merici after Mass at St. Afra’s Church in Brescia. It was on Saint Catherine’s feast. “We remember the…
On #GivingTuesday , December 1st, the Ursuline Sisters of the Eastern Province, USA will be participating for the second year. For those of you who don’t know, it is a global giving movement that celebrates generosity and giving. #GivingTuesday gifts can be made at any time beginning today. Join us to continue our Global Mission…
Each year we hold a Mass of Remembrance for deceased Ursuline Sisters and Ursuline Associates. This year due to an abundance of caution we will be holding the mass virtually. Please join us on December 12th at 4 PM by clicking on this link: https://youtu.be/FA90ss54Kj0
National Vocation Awareness Week Originated in 1976 this annual week-long celebration of the Catholic Church in the United States is dedicated to promote vocations to ordained ministry and consecrated life through prayer and education, and to renew our prayers and support for those who are considering one of these particular vocations. Are you considering a…
St. Ursula was one of the favorite heroes in the early days of Christianity. She is part of the saintly legends, favored by the simple and uneducated peasants of the early period time when few could read, and stories were told and retold. When we examine the history or lack thereof of Ursula, we ask…
Voices of Angela
The Voices of Angela allows you to journey directly with the Ursuline Sisters through their own words and pictures.
|Sr. Pat Schifini, OSU|
|Sr. Anne Therese Dillen, OSU|
Sr. Jean Humphries, OSU