Employment opportunities are available throughout North America in the convents and administrative office. Employees in the convent homes care for our sisters directly as nurses (RNs/LPNs), and nurse aides/ CNAs. Other positions provide indirect care as dietary staff, housekeepers and maintenance workers. Additional departments provide operational support through Finance, the Office of Mission Advancement, Communications, Development, Human Resources, Program Outreach and IT. The Felician Sisters also focus on vocation, growth of ministries and have the mission of the “spiritual renewal of the world” through their actions, publications, social media and continuing to serve where they are needed.

The Felician Sisters is a congregation of women religious, inspired by the spiritual ideals of their foundress Blessed Mary Angela Truszkowska and Saints Francis of Assisi, Clare of Assisi and Felix of Cantalice. Founded in Poland in 1855, the first Felician Sisters arrived in North America in 1874 to minister to the immigrant and indigenous families of Polonia, WI. They established eight provinces across the United States and Canada. In 2009, they united the eight provinces into Our Lady of Hope Province, allowing for a more strategic use of resources.

Pioneers of social services, the Felician Sisters founded and continue to sponsor hospices, schools, childcare centers, hospitals, after-school programs, homeless shelters, food pantries, nursing homes, affordable housing communities, and missions in Haiti and Canada. Constantly evolving to meet the needs of the time, they continue to follow God’s will and Blessed Mary Angela’s directive to “serve where you are needed.”




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