Remembering Sister Rita Kuhn

Posted February 02, 2023 in Obituaries

Rita Kuhn

The words that sisters are using to describe Sister Rita Kuhn as they absorb her unexpected death are “always kind” and “good”. With an affectionate chuckle, stories are being told of her lengthy tales of family and ministry and, in the same breath, her quiet service behind the scenes. Sister Rita was a woman of unsung generosity and good will. Rita Helen Kuhn was born in Cleveland in 1949 to Peter and Helen Kuhn and was baptized at St. Francis Church.  She attended Hazeldell Elementary School and graduated from Holy Cross School in Euclid.  After graduating from Euclid High School, she worked... read more

A statement on the murder of Tyre Nichols

Posted February 01, 2023 in Articles

A Message from LCWR: We would like to share with you the statement made on January 30 by the National Black Sisters’ Conference on the death of Tyre Nichols. LCWR stands in solidarity with our Black... read more

Remembering Sister Mercia Madigan

Posted January 27, 2023 in Obituaries

Mercia Madigan

 “I am grateful for how God has accompanied me from the beginning of my life to this moment…a mosaic where each stone has its significance but together reflect something more than they are alone.” These words... read more

January 2023 Retirement Rally Winners

Posted January 10, 2023 in Articles

Congratulations to our winners!  read more

St. Aloysius puts grant money to good use

Posted December 12, 2022 in Articles

The Ursuline Sisters received a Re-Igniting Ministries post-COVID 19 Grant from funds provided to The Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR)  by the Hilton Foundation. The intention of these funds was to provide resources to... read more