Ursuline Resources


We have a variety of resources available to you please select from the following categories:

Schools Resource Packs

These packs, prepared by Ursuline Sisters, contain a variety of material which can be adapted for both primary and secondary students. Sections in each pack include discussion starters; text; liturgy and prayer suggestions. Currently there are four themes available – please select from this list below:

1.Saint Ursula

2. Saint Angela

3. Vocations

4. Junior Cert Religious Education Syllabus

Books written by Ursuline Sisters:

Some of our sisters have written books over the years, some telling the history of the Sisters in Ireland and others for school/pastoral use in parishes.  If you are interested in acquiring any of the books listed below, still in print, please contact us via the web site.

Books telling the history of the Sisters in Ireland:

Titles available are:

The Ursulines in Cork: 1771-1996 by Sr Ursula Clarke (out of print)
Second Edition now available – The Ursulines in Cork since 1771 – adding two chapters to bring the story up to date in 2007.

Two Hundred Years Agrowing: 1787- 1987: The story of the Ursulines in Thurles by Sr Mercedes Lillis

Sligo Ursulines: the first 50 years by Sr M. St Dominic Kelly (out of print)
The Sligo Ursulines: 90 years of growth (1876-1966) by Sr M. St. Dominic Kelly (out of pirnt)

Saint Angela & the Ursulines by Sr M. St. Dominic Kelly (out of print)
The Spirituality of Saint Angela by Sr M. St Dominic Kelly (out of print)

Marie of the Incarnation (1599-1672) Correspondence translated by Sr M. St Dominic Kelly. (Now only available from the Centre de Marie of de L’Incarnation in Canada)

 

Books for school or pastoral use in parishes:

On the Journey by Sr Karen Kent

This is a resource book for Catechists, Chaplains and all who pray with young people

It was published by Columba Press in 2006 and is available via their website:  www.columba.ie

Description

How often have you wondered ‘How can we involve young people in our liturgies?’

or ‘What can I use for prayer/assembly today?’

This book provides an easily accessible answer to these questions often heard on the lips of chaplains, catechists, youth leaders, parish liturgy groups and all who pray with young people. It offers 35 ‘prayers’ for the journey through the seasons with young people, in school and parish settings. They are the product of a journey made with young people and are appealing and stimulating to them in their faith journey.

Art & Music

November 2004 saw the launch of the “Mass of Saint Ursula” a full musical setting of the texts of the Mass composed by Peter O’Kane from the Diocese of Derry and dedicated to the Ursuline Sisters. Copies of the full score are available to you – contact us using the contact form on this web site.

To celebrate the Jubilee Year of 2000 the Ursuline Sisters commissioned an icon of Saint Ursula by the Dublin based iconographer Fearghal O’Farrell.
Postcard size copies are available – please contact us via the web site.