Sister Mary Kay Garvin and Associate Nanci Riddle return to work in Appalachia.
LCWR National Meeting Update
Yellow Brick Road Party
100th Celebration-Rosary Cathedral
Bring Your Soul to Pray Date
Inter-Community Collaboration Day
Art in the Barn
“Soli Deo Gloria”
“…for without doubt you will see marvelous things, if you direct everything to the praise and glory of his Majesty and the good of souls.”
Prologue to the Counsels
We often hear, “give credit where credit is due.” Through our hard work and passion for what we believe in workers in God’s ministry, we make every effort to enliven and energize one another so that our ministry is more than a job. It is with God’s help and grace that we can put passion in our work so that it becomes something we look forward to each day. St. Angela tells us that our vocation should not be a burden.
If we keep God as the center of our lives and become more and more aware of God’s action in our daily lives, we will move toward an attitude of gratitude. God created us as special individuals with special gifts and it is our responsibility to then direct our praise and thanks back to God. Give God glory for all that is in our power to bring out the best in others. For the glory of God alone!
The public is invited to join the Ursuline Sisters of Toledo for “Bring Your Soul to a Pray Date,” a series of contemplative prayer experiences on Sunday, September 13, 2015 at the Ursuline Center, 4035 Indian Road, Toledo.
It seems appropriate that the 480th Anniversary of St. Angela’s Company coincides with the Year of Consecrated Life.
Ursuline Educational Services has a new name and a new logo...
Sister Ann Lucille Gerdemann was born in Delphos ,OH on December 24, 1915 and entered the Convent in 1940.
This month our Sisters share their thoughts on what Consecrated Life has meant to them and/or how it has influenced their ministry.
St. Ursula Academy
4035 Indian Road
Toledo, OH 43606