Communities

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Benedictine Sisters of St. Walburg Monastery

Faithful to our monastic profession, we seek God in community, prayer and work. We celebrate the presence of Jesus Christ and serve him in all God's people, the young and the old, the sick and the poor, the stranger and the guest.

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Carmelite Sisters of the Aged  & Infirm

We are consecrated religious in the Catholic Church and members of the Congregation founded by Venerable Mary Angeline Teresa, dedicated to the service and care of the Aged and Infirm, in the spirit and tradition of the Carmelite Order.

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Consecrated Women of Regnum Christi

Having personally experienced Christ’s love, we respond to his call through our total consecration to him. We dedicate ourselves entirely to evangelization, forming others to become apostles of Christ’s Kingdom.

Congregation of Divine Providence

We have a mission to be living witnesses to the Providence of God. Attentive to the real situations of the world, we try to discover the particular calls of Providence and to respond concretely with courage and creativity.

Comboni Missionaries

Founded in 1867 by St. Daniel Comboni, we are an international Catholic organization dedicated to ministering to the world's poorest and most abandoned people, often working in unstable political climates, in the midst of extreme poverty.  We strive to bring people closer to God by meeting people where they are.

Franciscan Friars

Our alternative lifestyles stands out as a witness to the Goodness of God and the joy of living the Gospel. We preach the Good News by serving the Catholic Church in schools, parishes, hospitals, pastoral ministries, social services and publishing.

Franciscan Sisters of the Poor

 

We are an international congregation of religious women, spreading the Gospel across the globe. Our gift to the world and to the Church is to be a healing presence to those in need, especially the most vulnerable and unseen in society.

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Jesuits

In the vision of our founder, St. Ignatius of Loyola, we seek to "find God in all things." We dedicate ourselves to the "greater glory of God" and the good of all humanity. And we do so gratefully in collaboration with others who share our values.

Marianist Brothers

We are an international community of priests and brothers dedicated to forming people and communities of faith. Modeling our lives after Mary, the mother of Jesus, we serve in schools, retreat centers, parishes, and social service organizations.

Glenmary Home Missioners

We are a Catholic society of priests and brothers who, along with coworkers, are dedicated to serving the spiritual and material needs of people living in mission counties throughout Appalachia and the South.

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Little Sisters of the Poor

We are an international congregation founded in 1839 by St. Jeanne Jugan. We serve the elderly poor in over 30 countries. Our mission is to offer the neediest elderly of every race and religion a home where they will be welcomed as Christ.

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Marianist Sisters

We continue the mission of Mary of making Christ present in every age and culture. We do so by forming people and communities of faith through education, parish work, social justice, the arts and other ministries.

Missionaries of the Precious Blood

A community of priests and brothers, bound together in charity & dedicated to announcing the saving power of Christ’s Precious Blood to the world. We live a simple lifestyle in community that reflects hospitality, reconciliation & common prayer.

Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati

Urged by the love of Christ and in the spirit of our founder, Elizabeth Ann Seton, we strive to live Gospel values. We choose to act justly, to build loving relationships, to share our resources with those in need and to care for all creation.

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Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur

Following the call of Jesus as he reveals himself in the gospels, we live simply and joyously in the footsteps of St. Julie Billiart, our foundress. We place a special emphasis on education and ministering where others may not choose to go.

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Sisters of St. Francis - Oldenburg

We are women of prayer, committed to the Gospel values as lived by St. Francis and Mother Theresa Hackelmeier. From community, we are enlivened by a spirit of justice, reconciliation and peace to respond to the needs of the world.

Ursulines of Cincinnati

 

Rooted in the spirituality of St. Angela Merici, we are a community of Christ-centered women transforming lives with compassion and creativity. We respond to the needs of our times through our diverse ministries and in collaboration with laity.

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Order of St. Clare

We seek to live the Gospel in poverty, littleness, simplicity and joy, being open and sensitive to the Spirit working, lovingly surrendering ourselves to the Lord and witnessing the primacy of contemplative prayer.

Sisters of Mercy

Having personally experienced Christ’s love, we respond to his call through our total consecration to him. We dedicate ourselves entirely to evangelization, forming others to become apostles of Christ’s Kingdom.

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Sisters of the Precious Blood

Motivated by Eucharistic devotion, we respond to the need for reconciliation in our world and the needs of those in the margins through a variety of ministries. Our ministry is balanced with intentional communal living and a life of prayer.

Ursulines of Brown County

In the spirit of Angela Merici, we are women who embrace the contemplative mode, live simply, collaboratively and creatively. We commit ourselves to justice, advocate for the poor and marginalized and act as a responsible corporate presence.

Archdiocese of Cincinnati Office of Consecrated Life

Maria Reinagel mreinagel@catholiccincinnati.com

Communities of Consecrated Women & Men in the Archdiocese

CincyConsecratedLife@gmail.com