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Ursuline Sisters Mission History

In 2017, the Ursuline Sisters of Youngstown founded Ursuline Sisters Mission, formerly Ursuline Ministries, to oversee and strengthen their vibrant and life-giving ministries and continue to provide leadership and support in the region long into the future. In the spirit of St. Angela, we create places of welcome and inclusion. With radical compassion and respect for all God’s people, we offer housing, food, healthcare, education, wellness, spirituality, advocacy, prayer and presence.

Ursuline Sisters Mission includes ministries founded and still operated by the Ursuline Sisters, such as Ursuline Sisters Senior Living, Ursuline Education & Wellness, Beatitude House, Ursuline Sisters HIV/AIDS Ministry, USM Scholars, Immigrant Outreach, and the USM Children’s Program. It also includes support for legacy ministries like Ursuline High School, Dorothy Day House of Hospitality and the Brownsville-Matamoros Mission, as well as places where Sisters currently serve and community programs that align with the charism and mission of the Ursuline Sisters.