Welcome

 

Picture 012We are a family of ministries of The Ursuline Sisters of Youngstown that serve the educational and spiritual needs of children, youth and adults.

In the spirit of our founder, St Angela Merici, we offer a place of welcome and conversation and a space where all can enrich their lives through learning, celebrating, praying and sharing in a dynamic community.

If you are not able to come to The Ursuline Center, The Center’s trained and experienced professionals come to you to offer programs, retreats and workshops in spirituality and Scripture designed for your group and offered at your facilities.

For more information please contact:

The Ursuline Center 4280 Shields Rd Canfield OH 44406

Phone  330.799.4941

Fax 330.799.4988

E-mail address: theursulinecenter@theursulinecenter.org

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Book Club: September 23, 2014

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER   For much of her life, Anne Morrow, the shy daughter of the U.S. ambassador to Mexico, has stood in the shadows of those around her, including her millionaire father and vibrant older sister, who often steals the spotlight. Then Anne, a college senior with hidden literary aspirations, travels to Mexico …

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Executive Director Named

Sister Mary McCormick, general superior of the Ursuline Sisters of Youngstown, has appointed Sister Nancy Dawson as Executive Director of The Ursuline Center. Sister Nancy most recently served ask General Superior of the Ursuline Sisters of Youngstown for six years. She is also a part-time instructor of World Religions at Youngstown State University. We are …

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Fresh, Frozen , Canned?

SilverSneakers:  Shopping for healthy, affordable food can be a real challenge. With so many options, it’s a grocery jungle out there! Let’s explore some tips to help you navigate.     Grocery 101: Fresh, Frozen or Canned? from Healthways FIT    

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Book Review Leaving Van Gogh

Book Club: August 12, 2014

In the summer of 1890, in the French town of Auvers-sur-Oise, Vincent van Gogh shot himself in the chest with a revolver. He died two days later, at the age of thirty-seven, largely unknown despite having completed over two thousand works of art that would go on to become some of the most important and …

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