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The program used is as follows: - Creation of a 3 star hotel instead of the Ursulines, - Production of housing (150) with shops in the DRC, - A market hall in the Hall of exhibitions, - A true public space for meeting and during the life of freedom, - A movie associated with a restaurant and possibly shops - A school of music (EIMAD) and inter-theater Congress (about 600 seats).
She was educated at an experimental elementary school on Long Island, has little record of receiving the sacraments, had no formal CCD training, hated her Catholic all-girls boarding school, and the Ursulines found her resume wanting "in a steady pursuit of virtue.
The Islamic College of Saskatchewan took possession of the former convent and girls' boarding school on August 15, 2011 from the Ursulines of Prelate.
A young Abenaki girl who was educated by the Ursulines, she has strong feelings and prejudices against the British who are about to mount their siege on the Plains of Abraham .
The Ursulines christened their rented flatboat "Angela's Ark," after their founder, St.
In 1803 the Ursulines of New Orleans suddenly found themselves under United States rule as a result of the Louisiana Purchase.
Joseph, Toronto, the Religious of the Precious Blood and the Ursulines of the Chatham Union, as well of the Archivists of the Congregation de Notre Dame, for providing access to the records analyzed here.
The Ursulines, founded in Brescia by Angela Merici in 1535, spread into and across France at the end of the sixteenth century, establishing houses that trained their own residents and boarders, and also took in day students.