At the heart of who we are is our name, Holy Union

The Holy Union Sisters are an international congregation of Catholic women religious who minister today on four continents. We wear a cross with the Latin words, Sancta Unio inscribed on the front, as a symbol of our internationality. It reminds us of the desire of our founder, Jean Baptiste Debrabant, who in a letter to the sisters in 1842, wrote of the special significance of our name: “You have received that name only that you may form all together a union of heart, mind and affection in Jesus and Mary.”

We express this union first of all by being one with ourselves. We strive to bring this union to our world by working among different cultures, ethnic groups, the deprived and marginalized. We strive to respect and care for the earth.

Looking for a Sister

We want to help you reconnect with a Holy Union Sister whom you had as a teacher, worked with in parish ministry, or simply knew…

Memorial Cards for All Occasions

Let us pray for your intentions. You can now request our memorial all occasion cards on line. Click below for cards for a variety of occasions and we’ll send them to your door.

Looking for a Sister

We want to help you reconnect with a Holy Union Sister whom you had as a teacher, worked with in parish ministry, or simply knew…

Prayer Cards

You can now request our prayer cards on line. Click here for cards for a variety of occasions and we’ll send them to your door.  Let us pray for your intentions. 

What’s New

Praying for your deceased loved ones

Praying for your deceased loved ones

    Prayers for the Feasts of All Saints and All Souls   Having just celebrated the Feasts of All Saints and All Souls Day, we would like to offer our thanks to all who sent us the names of your deceased loved ones to be remembered in our...

Holy Union Sisters Job Opening – Province Archivist

Holy Union Sisters Job Opening – Province Archivist

    Full Time Province Archivist Needed in Fall River, MA.   The U.S. Province of the Holy Union Sisters is currently seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of Province Archivist.  This is a full time position and will be based in...

A Day of Jubilation for Sr. Adrienne deChamplain

A Day of Jubilation for Sr. Adrienne deChamplain

    A Day of Jubilation for Sr. Adrienne deChamplain Wednesday, September 17th was a day of jubilation for Sister Adrienne deChamplain as she marked the very day of her entrance into our community, eighty years ago:  September 17, 1939!  The chapel...

We Can Now Accept Recurring Donations

We Can Now Accept Recurring Donations

    We Can Now Accept Recurring Donations Many of our devoted supporters have asked if they can make donations online that recur either monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, or annually.  The request was humbling and frankly we did not at first know if...

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Jubilarians in 2019

This year we celebrate ten Jubilarians!

You may remember your teachers, principals, and guidance counselors, but have you wondered what they’ve been doing since they left the classroom? Visit our Jubilarian’s page to get an update on their ministries, travels, and impact on the world beyond the classroom. They continue to redefine what it means to be at the heart of the world revealing God’s love.

Justice & Peace Calendar

Dec. 12 Our Lady of Guadalupe

Dec. 12 Our Lady of Guadalupe

In Mexico in 1531, Spanish forces had violently taken over the land and oppressed the indigenous people there. It is in this context that the Blessed Mother appeared and chose a poor, indigenous man to bring her message of compassion and peace to his nation and all the world. On December 9, 1531, Juan Diego was on his way to Mass, when beautiful music coming from Tepeyac hill caught his attention.