40th Anniversary; Remembering, Transforming and Recommitting
The Companions of St. Marie are sisters and lay women who gather as a faith-sharing group. They are inspired by the life and writings of Blessed St. Marie of the Incarnation, the first North American Ursuline. St. Marie was a wife, mother, businesswoman, missionary, and mystic. The Companions meet four times a year to continue learning from the writings of St. Marie and to support each other as they apply her teachings to their own lives. Contact: Sister Maureen Grady, OSU, at 440-461-0066 ext. 103 or email@example.com
The goal of the Mission and Heritage Commission is to introduce members to the spirituality and charism of St. Angela Merici, to assist them in deepening their awareness of her unique Gospel living, and to encourage personal integration and action of the core values of Justice, Contemplation and Compassion.
Angela Circles are small groups of lay women and men who come together once a month to study the life and spirituality of St. Angela Merici, and engage in related action. For more information contact: Sister Joanne Buckman, firstname.lastname@example.org or 440-449-1200, ext. 184.
The Thomas Merton group comes together monthly from September through May for lectures, films, retreats and discussions about Thomas Merton, his writings and topics relevant to his message: contemplation, monastic renewal, art and poetry, ecology, peace and justice, human rights, nuclear war, nonviolence, and interreligious dialogue. For more information contact Sister Donna Kristoff at email@example.com or 440-449-1200 Ext 314.
Ursuline Spiritual Programs is a group of Ursuline Sisters willing to do outreach programs in spirituality, wellness, art and spirituality, spiritual direction and retreat work. For a detailed list of sisters and their ministries contact Sister Madonna Marie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 440-449-1200 Ext 251.