Vocations

Service Projects

We are offering two summer opportunities
for young women ages 18-30 to join
Ursuline Sisters for a week of volunteer
service, community, prayer and fun—one
in New Orleans and one in Laredo. There
will be no cost to volunteers except for their
transportation, and we offer financial help
for that. Click on the flier for more information.

 

 

On behalf of the Ursuline Sisters of the U.S. provinces—Central, East, Northeast and West—we welcome you. Founded by St. Angela Merici in Desenzano, Italy in 1535, the Ursulines were the first women religious to serve in North America, arriving in Canada in 1639 and in New Orleans in 1727.

We are members of a worldwide community whose lives and mission are rooted in the Gospel of Jesus and the spirit of our foundress. We are grounded and empowered by our relationships with God and one another, in prayer and community, seeking always to be a compassionate, reconciling presence of God in our world.

To learn more about who we are and how we serve, go to "links" above.

We would love to share something with you about Ursuline life today. Please let us know how we can help you as you discern God’s call in your life.
 

Sr. Elisa Ryan, OSU

Sr. Jean Hopman


Sr. Elisa Ryan, OSU

353 S. Sappington Road
St. Louis, MO 63122
314-825-9773
E-mail


Sr. Jean Hopman, OSU

773-844-0950
Chicago, IL
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