Company of St Ursula
Compagnie de Sainte-Ursule
Compagnia di Santa Orsola
1535-11-25 Brescia Italy
25 Nov 1535, Brescia (Italy), by St Angela Merici. Pontifical approval received 9 Jun 1544. Abolished under Napoleon 1810; re-established 1866 by Elisabetta and Maddalena Girelli. Granted status as secular institute for women on 25 May 1958. Also known as: Company of St Angela; Daughters of St Angela Merici -- Figlie di Santa Angela Merici; Secular Ursulines -- Orsoline Secolari; Angelines.
Strive for perfection of charity; honour Jesus Christ; serve God and his reign; collaborate in the salvation of the world; provide spiritual training for members.
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