Butler State Park, KY Gathering
Reconfigurations and Partnerships in Religious Life
Sisters and Associates Retreat
Celebration of the Feast of St. Ursula
"Dealing with Grief"
Governance Committee Discussion
“Receive my every thought, word and deed, everything that is mine finally, both interior and exterior. All this I lay down as an offering at the feet of your divine Majesty. And I pray that you deign to receive it even though I am unworthy of this.”
Rule – Chapter 6 - Of Prayer
When one reads the Prayer of St. Angela in her Rule, we learn so much about her spirituality. The verses above are at the very end of her prayer and these verses tell us that she felt unworthy to an instrument of God in the work she was about with the women. Angela longs deeply to serve her God with every ounce of her being, going so far as to say that she hasn’t even shed her own blood for love of God.
We are all called to be holy people. Just because we have not reached our own personal expectations of what that means, does not mean that we are not holy people. God asks of us our willingness, our perseverance, our hope and our trust. We are to keep our heads held high as we make efforts each day to make a difference in the lives of those who grace our doorways.
One in three Ohioans over age 60 will fall this year, and for many of them, that fall could lead to a life-changing injury.
Sister M. Assumpta Keenan was born Mary Margaret Keenan in Wilmington, DE on July 24, 1898.
Sheila Otto shares her gift for storytelling with Center residents.
Several Sisters minister to Ursuline Center residents through the work of the Spirituality Committee.
This month our Sisters share their thoughts on what Consecrated Life has meant to them and/or how it has influenced their ministry.
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