Who, at least in Boston, forgets the destruction of the Ursuline Convent?
The Ursuline Convent was also visited and an address received.
The monastic orders gladly accept this heavy peasant earthenware, which is easily fashioned into a Capuchin or an Ursuline.
Why don't you make yourself an Ursuline, now that we are here?
The man suggested the convent of Ursuline nuns on the other side of the street.
This house, this church, the garden that we crossed, are the remains of an old Ursuline convent.
To-day this fine building, or what is left of it, has become an Ursuline boarding-house.
In 1834 the Ursuline convent at Charlestown, near Boston, was sacked and burned.
In the summer of 1727, the Jesuits and Ursuline nuns arrived.
It seems that both the daughters of whom I have spoken, went to a school attached to the Ursuline Nunnery in the city of————.