Remembering Sister Barbara Eppich

Posted March 31, 2020 in Obituaries

Barbara Eppich

Sister Barbara Eppich danced her way through the last 40 years of her life. From the opening musical notes of a retreat in Boston introducing her to liturgical dance, she was hooked. And from that point on she embraced it as a rich and meaningful prayer form and continually sought ways to incorporate it into her classroom. The spirited woman of faith and innovative educator died March 30 at Regina Health Center where she had been in residence since her August 2019 transfer from Light of Hearts Villa. She was 85. Nancy Rosemary Eppich was born September 4, 1934, in Cleveland, the oldest of five children born to Anton and Anna (Gron) Eppich. Residents of the Collinwood area, the Eppich family belonged to St.... read more

On-line Auction Postponed

Posted March 23, 2020 in Articles

We are sorry to announce our on-line auction has been shut down until further notice due to the new mandate from the governor. Bidding will have to start over at a later date. We will post... read more

Ursuline Derby Day Cancelled

Posted March 16, 2020 in Articles

Dear friends; In light of the serious pandemic and its related health risks, the Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland, like many other organizations across the country, are taking necessary precautions. Along with the cancellation of our annual fundraiser... read more

Ursuline Sisters Elect Leaders, Set Directions for the Next Four Years

Posted March 11, 2020 in Articles

The Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland selected a new leadership team during community meetings last week at Merici Crossings, their Pepper Pike residence and congregational center.  The five-person team, including a president and four council members,... read more

March Retirement Rally Winners

Posted March 03, 2020 in Articles

Congratulations to our March winners!   read more