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Sister Evelina (Roger) Pisaneschi, O.S.U., 89, died at Nazareth Home-Clifton on Tuesday, September 19, 2017. A native of Cumberland, MD, she entered the Ursuline Sisters of Louisville in 1946. In Louisville Sister Evelina was a teacher at St. Elizabeth School (1948-50), St. Peter Claver School (1... view entire article
The Ursuline Sisters of Louisville join with the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) in expressing our deep sadness and disappointment that President Trump chose to discontinue protection of our 800,000 Dreamers through Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA): “DACA is a common ... view entire article
Our hearts go out to our brothers and sisters along the Texas and Louisiana coast who are suffering from the ravages of Hurricane Harvey. We pray for the souls of those who died in the flooding and its aftermath, and for their families who are grieving. We also hold in prayer those who have lost t... view entire article
Saturday, Sept 23, 2017 Doors open at 6:30 pm Performance is from 7-8:15 pm Ursuline Motherhouse Chapel 3115 Lexington Road Free and Open to the Public Bourbon Baroque is the fourth in a series of events celebrating the Ursuline Motherhouse Chapel’s Centennial year. Louisville, Kentucky-based Bou... view entire article
Sunday, Sept 24, 2017 2 pm Ursuline Motherhouse Chapel 3115 Lexington Road Free and Open to the Public Louisville is home to many beautiful places of worship of a variety of faiths, all of which have inspirational designs for their religious services. This talk by Steve Wiser, FAIA, Louisville arch... view entire article
The Ursuline Sisters have a World of Ministries from Peru to Louisville! The sisters have transformed themselves from the classroom to ministries of influence and outreach—serving in areas such as social justice, parishes, spiritual direction, healthcare, prayer and cross-cultural ministries. He... view entire article
The Ursuline Sisters of Louisville condemn racism in all forms, whether it be the violent acts of the Ku Klux Klan, Neo-Nazis, White Supremacist groups or the daily acts of hate and discrimination that diminish us all. We grieve with the citizens of Charlottesville and all people of goodwill. We m... view entire article
The Sacred Heart Academy (SHA) Reunion Weekend was a celebration of anniversary graduation classes and the Chapel Centennial on Pentecost Sunday. Following the liturgy, the third event in the Chapel Celebration series featured vocalists in grades 9 through 12 from the Bel Canto, A Cappella and Madr... view entire article
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer has designated April 15 – 23 as “Give-a- Day” Week. Acts of service and compassion are crafted and carried out by individuals, businesses, religious, civic and neighborhood groups, as well as corporate employee teams. Projects vary but the overall theme is demons... view entire article
In the second of a series of Chapel Centennial Celebrations planned throughout 2017, the Ursuline Sisters hosted the King Solomon Missionary Baptist Church Choir on Sunday, March 19, for an evening performance of gospel music. Led by Reverend Darrell Martin and Reverend Charles Elliott III, 40 cho... view entire article
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