In late July, we gathered for the first time in two years for our Annual Assembly in Warwick, RI. We prayed, discerned and celebrated our lives as women religious.
Today, 785 million people – 1 in 9 – lack access to safe water. According to a report by the World Economic Forum, the water crisis is the #5 global risk in terms of impact to society. We are responding.
Holy Union Sisters respond to the violent siege of the United States Capital. The Leadership Team of the United States Province of the Holy Union Sisters join the 1300 leaders of Catholic sisters nationwide who are members of the...
COVID-19 Policy Statement for Holy Union Sisters The Holy Union Sisters have always prioritized the health and safety of all who live, work and visit our offices and residences in the United States (MA, RI, MD, KY and NY), a commitment...
Sr. Eileen Davey will represent the Holy Union Sisters on UNANIMA International Board
Sr. Eleanor McNally reunites with Tanzanian colleague
Sr. Joyce Meyer, PBVM of Global Sisters Report recently interviewed Sister Constance Fonju about the Holy Union Sisters’ ministry to the Baka people of Cameroon.