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Ursuline and nuns
In the Great Lakes, Ursuline nuns introduced floral patterns to tribes, who quickly applied them to beadwork.
It was a Roman Catholic convent run by French Ursuline nuns, who had been exiled from France after religious education was banned in 1903.
* August 11 – August 12 – Ursuline Convent Riots: A convent of Ursuline nuns is burned near Boston.
These amounts however, may be considerably higher, especially for females, considering the nuns who reside on the campus of Ursuline College.
Consequently, the Ursuline nuns along with many faithful people of New Orleans gathered in the Ursuline Convent's chapel before the statue of Our Lady of Prompt Succor.
In 1632, a group of nuns from the local Ursuline convent accused him of having bewitched them, sending the demon Asmodai, among others, to commit evil and impudent acts with them.
* 1639: Ursuline nuns come to North America, who educate girls.
In July 1795, one year after the execution of Robespierre put an end to the Reign of Terror, the Republicans of Valenciennes tortured, raped and guillotined 5 Ursuline nuns.
In the early 18th century, the order of Ursuline nuns established a nunnery and school for girls.
The Ursuline Sisters were the first Catholic nuns to land in the new world.
In 1639, Mother Marie of the Incarnation ( née Marie Guyart, b. 1599 ), two other Ursuline nuns, and a Jesuit priest left France for a mission to Canada.
During the riot, a convent of Roman Catholic Ursuline nuns was burned down by a Protestant mob.
In 1820, the Most Reverend Jean-Louis Lefebvre de Cheverus, bishop of the newly created diocese of Boston, granted permission for the establishment of a convent of Ursuline teaching nuns in a building next to the cathedral.
He received his early education from the Ursuline nuns at the parochial school of St. Paul Church, and excelled academically and athletically during high school.
It was established by a group of Roman Catholic nuns from the Ursuline order in 1892.
This technique lends itself to floral designs popularized among northeastern tribes by Ursuline nuns.

Ursuline and from
* July – History of the Ursulines in New Orleans: Seventeen Ursuline Sisters from France land in New Orleans, Louisiana, where they found the orphanage which is the predecessor of the Catholic Charities and the Ursuline Academy, making the latter the oldest continuously-operating school for girls and the oldest Catholic school in the United States.
Creoles are largely Roman Catholic and influenced by traditional French culture left from the first Colonial Period, officially beginning in 1721 with the arrival of the Ursuline Nuns, who were preceded by another order, the sisters of the Sacred Heart, with whom they lived until their first convent could be built with monies from the French Crown.
She was educated at the Ursuline Convent in Sligo – where she was a boarder from 1978 to 1983 – and at University College Dublin, graduating with a Social Science degree.
from Ursuline College in 1962 and an M. A.
* Brentwood Ursuline Convent High School, an all-girls Catholic school in Brentwood England, founded by Sr Clare separately from the rest of the institute
The only other building on the campus at the time was a chateau-style building on " the green " purchased in 1894 from the Ursuline Sisters.
During the American retreat from Québec, and in this battle, wounded soldiers were treated at the Ursuline convent in Trois-Rivières.
* The Ursuline Convent, Charlestown, Mass., Collection-online images from American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives, Catholic University of America.
Rebeck was born in Kenwood, Ohio, and graduated from Cincinnati's Ursuline Academy in 1976.
Dailey graduated from Ursuline High School and then studied law enforcement at Youngstown State University, in Ohio, worked as a state trooper ( Ohio State Highway Patrol ), and became a crime reporter for stations in Ohio ( first at WNIO 1540-AM-now known as WYCL-and then ABC affiliate WYTV in the late 1960s ) and at radio station CKLW in Windsor, Ontario before moving to Toronto in 1974.

Ursuline and de
* 1634 Marie de L ' Incarnation founds an Ursuline convent in the settlement of Quebec
Born in Quebec City, Quebec, she was educated at the Ursuline convent and by the Dames de la Congrégation.

Ursuline and founded
In 1632 the Ursuline convent of Flavigny was founded and in the early 18th century a new residence for the Abbot of Flavigny was constructed ; by that time the abbacy had become corrupt and was held by a layman who had little to do with the town.
An Institute of the Brothers of Christian Schools was founded in 1836 and disbanded in 1850 due to lack of facilities, a Conservatory in Maids for the education of girls existed since 1690, then joined since 1695 by an institute of the Ursuline Sisters.
The University of Great Falls was founded in 1932 as Great Falls Junior College for Women by Edwin Vincent O ' Hara, the Catholic Bishop of Great Falls, in collaboration with the Sisters of Charity of Providence and the Ursuline Sisters.
It was founded in 1950 by the Ursuline Sisters of Mount Saint Joseph as Brescia College.

Ursuline and by
Private education is provided by Moeller High School for high school boys, while Ursuline Academy is for high school girls.
The city is also served by the private schools of Moeller High School for boys and Ursuline Academy for girls.
She was raised under a strict ascetic discipline at an Ursuline Convent which was later burned by a mob in 1834.
Maria Monk's book was published in an American atmosphere of anti-Catholic hostility ( partly fueled by early 19th-century Irish and German Catholic immigration to the U. S .) and followed the 1834 Ursuline Convent Riots near Boston.
" His sermon on this subject at Boston in 1834 was followed shortly by the burning of the Catholic Ursuline sisters ' convent there.
* Ursuline High School ( Wimbledon ), an all-girls Catholic school in Wimbledon, London, run by the Ursulines
* Wenzao Ursuline College of Languages, a languages school in Kaohsiung, run by the Ursulines
* Ursuline Academy of Dedham, an all-girls Catholic school in Dedham, Massachusetts, run by the Ursulines
* Ursuline College, a women's college in Pepper Pike, Ohio, run by the Ursulines
* Ursuline Academy of Dallas, an all-girls Catholic school in Dallas, Texas, run by the Ursulines
The existence of the Ursuline convent thus emphasized both the economic discomfort felt by non-Catholics in general, and the religious discomfort felt by conservative Protestants such as the Reverend Lyman Beecher.
Lay missionary Jean Donovan, Ursuline sister Dorothy Kazel and Maryknoll sisters Maura Clarke and Ita Ford were beaten, raped and murdered by non-uniformed members of the Salvadoran National Guard on 2 December 1980.
The school has two sister schools, Padua Academy and Ursuline Academy, close by in the city.
Within the categories, the works are organized chronologically, and are further marked by what Le Guin calls the Guide Ursuline -- a system of symbols denoting the main theme of the works.

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