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Congratulations to Sister Ruth Ann Haunz OSU, manager of the Francis Center Kids Café and her staff on receiving the Bobby Ellis Award from Dare to Care on March 20th. “This outreach ministry of St. John Paul II Catholic Church serves Kids Café meals to 50 youth from the Buechel and Hikes Point ... view entire article
Ursuline Sister of Louisville Sister Margaret Ann Hagan O.S.U., died at Nazareth Home-Highlands on Friday, March 9, 2018. A native of Louisville, she was 71 and had been an Ursuline Sister of Louisville since 1965. Sister Hagan taught high school for 10 years at Holy Rosary Academy, Angela Merici H... view entire article
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Sister Jo Ann Jansing reflects on Ash Wednesday, Valentine's Day and Agape Love. Read article ... view entire article
Sr. Brendan Conlon, who nominated Sr. Janet Marie for the award, said she saw leadership in Sr. Janet Marie where ever they went, including Kermit, WVa, where they worked together for many years. Sr. Janet Marie said she is "passionate about the core value of leadership and sees that in Sacred Heart... view entire article
Sister M. Macrina Stermec O.S.U., 95, died at Nazareth Home-Clifton on Thursday, January 25, 2018. She had been an Ursuline Sister of Louisville since 1939. Sister Macrina, a native of Conemaugh, Pa., served as a teacher in Kentucky, Maryland, Nebraska and Pennsylvania. In Louisville she taught at ... view entire article
In 2018, the Ursuline Sisters of Louisville will celebrate our 160th year in Louisville. As part of our celebration, our archivist, Angelica Bullock, submitted for, and won, a mini-grant from National Catholic Sisters Week (www.nationalcatholicsistersweek.org) to assist her in digitizing oral histor... view entire article
The Ursuline Sisters of Louisville join the Leadership Conference of Women Religious as together we strongly denounce the decision by the Trump administration to terminate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for more than 200,000 Salvadorans. El Salvador is the fourth country whose citizens have been s... view entire article
In 1916 Mother Angela Leininger, superior, directed the construction of a convent on Cherokee Drive (now Lexington Road), east of downtown Louisville. The building, which consists of residential wings and a chapel, replaced the original Motherhouse built in the 1860s at the corner of East Chestnut a... view entire article
Sister Paula Kleine-Kracht relfects on Advent, two Gabriels and God's promise of fulfillment in all his creation. Read article ... view entire article
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