“I have come so that they may have life and have it to the full” John 10:10


As Ursuline Sisters of Tildonk we are called to participate in the Mission of Christ.
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  • Leadership team elect.

  • Home care

  • Education and Schools

  • Teaching and practicing farming

  • Adult Learning in United States of America

  • School drills in DCR Congo

  • Nursing and safe delivery methods

  • Education and schools

  • Social care

  • Primary education

  • Ceremonial events

  • Providing education in Ranchi schools in India.

  • Spiritual direction for families.

  • Social care and youth development

  • Care of the Elderly

  • Training in tailoring

  • Family visitation and being with.

  • Leadership team in DCR Congo

  • Development of skills

  • Formation and training young women.

  • Life skills and development skills for women.

  • Training in weaving

  • Education for young adults


  • Educating poor children

  • Self sufficiency training for families in DCR Congo

  • Education and schools in India.

  • Training for Nurses

  • Pastoral care

  • Educational opportunities for children of the poor.

  • Training for young mothers

  • Farming skills development

  • Development of education in rural areas.

  • Development of schools

  • Community development projects for the poor

  • Community awareness training

  • Palliative care

  • Human dignity programmes for girl's

  • Support for the poor

  • Early education

  • Leadership team

  • Child development programme's

  • Serving and being with

  • Promoting women's rights

  • Supporting christian traditions

  • Care of the elderly

  • Family support

  • Empowerment of women

  • Health care

We do this in the spirit of Saint Angela Merici and John Lambertz, whose great love of God impelled them to make him known and loved (Const. P.6)

Education in the broadest sense.

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Our specific Mission is to make God known and loved by responding to the needs of the local Church wherever we are in the diversity of ministries, giving priority to education in its broadest sense. (Const. P.6)