Mother Mary

Our foundress blessed Brigida of Jesus chose Mother Mary as her patron saint for the institution The angel told Mary in Luke 1:28 that she was highly favored by God. This phrase simply meant that Mary had been given much grace or "unmerited favor" from God. Even with God's favor, Mary would still suffer much. Though she would one day be highly honored as the mother of the Savior, she would first know disgrace as an unwed mother. She would nearly lose her fiance. Her beloved son would be rejected and cruelly murdered. Mary's submission to God's plan would cost her dearly, yet she was willing to be God's servant. Mary must have known that her submission to God's plan would cost her. If nothing else, she knew she would be disgraced as an unwed mother. She must have thought that Joseph would divorce her, or worse yet, he might even have her put to death by stoning. Mary may not have considered the full extent of her future suffering. She may not have imagined the pain of watching her beloved child bear the weight of sin and die a terrible death on the cross. Still, she willingly submitted to God's plan.

Saint Ursula Our Patroness

Saint Ursula was born in Great Britain of Christian parents; her father, Maurus, was king of Cornubia in Scotland. Ursula was sought in marriage by a young pagan prince, but had already vowed her life and her heart to Jesus Christ. In the year 383 she was boarded onto a boat with a large number of young girls and Christian women whom a Roman conqueror wished to give as wives to his soldiers, after having endowed them with rich terrains. But during the crossing of the Channel a storm arose, and the ships, instead of reaching western Gaul, were driven towards the mouth of the Rhine. The Huns who at that time were ravaging Europe saw the ships, and were making ready to pillage them and inflict on these virgins and women a dishonor more dreaded by them than death. Commanded by Ursula, they resisted heroically and so well that suddenly the sentiments of the barbarians changed. They took up their arms to be rid of this peaceful army. Soon the victims fell under the blows of the executioners, and their souls winged their way to heaven.

About Foundress

Welcome to Ursuline Convent School. Ursuline Convent School is a Christian Institution established and administered by the religious Congregation of the Ursuline Sister of Mary Immaculate, founded on 17th February, 1649 at Piacenza in Italy by Blessed Mother Brigida Morello. Blessed Brigida Morello of Jesus Foundress of the Congregation of the Ursulines of Mary Immaculate was born on 10th June 1610, in the little sea-side town of Rapallo, Italy. Her parents Nicolo Morello and Lavinia Borzese were noted for their goodness and prudence and were highly esteemed by the town people .Born in a deeply pious family, Brigida grew up and bloomed in an atmosphere of religious virtues and prayer. Brigida was brought up in the family of her paternal grand-uncle who was pious and devoted and had no children of their own.













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