Posted April 03, 2018 in Obituaries
Many Ursulines credit Sister Johna Lincoln (formerly Sister M. Anselm) for their passing college science courses as young sisters, recalling her patience in teaching botany, zoology, chemistry and physics, and her ability to break down complex ideas into more readily understood concepts. Countless others benefitted from Sister Johna’s skill as a lab technician. Still others found in her a quiet, somewhat enigmatic woman who loved to read. The skilled science teacher, dedicated lab technician and avid reader died Easter Sunday at Regina Health Center in Richfield where she had been in residence five months. She was 85.
Johna Lincoln was born May 20, 1932, in Detroit, Michigan, the middle child of three born toSamuel and Edna (Humphrey) Lincoln.... read more
Posted March 22, 2018 in Obituaries
Sister John Vianney had a knack for bringing order to clutter and beautifying it in the process! It was a talent she readily shared throughout her religious life. The creative and faith-filled Ursuline sister died March 21 at Regina... read more
Posted March 08, 2018 in Articles
Thank you to all who participate in our Retirement Rally. We appreciate your support. Click the link below to see this month's winners. Our next drawing will be held April 3, 2018 read more
Posted February 20, 2018 in Articles
There is a new look for the Ursuline Sisters, and it is rooted in a long tradition.
The Ursuline Coat of Arms was granted to the Paris congregation of Ursuline Sisters by King Henry IV in... read more
Posted February 20, 2018 in Obituaries
Sister Anne Clare was happiest when she was giving to others. As teacher, congregational leader and member, parish minister, and family member, she freely gave of her time, energy and service to make life happier... read more