The history of the Congregation of the Union of Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary springs from a response to the Spirit at a particular time, in a particular culture. This response held within it a dream for justice, a perception of how this dream could become a reality in the context of prayer and action in community. This reality begins with the story of Honora (Nano) Nagle, born in Ballygriffin, Cork, Ireland in 1718.
South Presentation Convent, Co. Cork Ireland. Panoramic view.
Presentation Sisters – Following the Gospel way of life and saying as their foundress did. – “If I could be of service in saving souls in any part of my power I would willingly do so” Nano Nagle