Recollecting oneself

Throughout their lives, the Ursulines develop a spirit of contemplation. They offer areas open to the public for those seeking interior peace or wishing to share their daily moments of prayer. Welcome everyone!

Ursuline Spirituality Center, Loretteville

Since 1961, the mission of the Ursuline Spirituality Center is to facilitate one’s meeting with God and others. In addition to organizing retreats, the Center welcomes various groups as well as individuals wishing to experience a time of prayer, rest and renewal.

Its Services

The Ursuline Spirituality Center offers the following services:
• Rental of well-equipped reunion halls
• Lodging for groups and individuals
• Possibility of renewal time for individuals 
• 60 comfortable single bedrooms
• Large chapel, small oratory, office space
• Cafeteria service
• Wi-Fi connection

Contact Information:

Ursuline Spirituality Center 
20, rue des Dames-Ursulines,
Quebec (QC)  G2B 2V1

Tel.: 418-842-1421, Ext. 1221 (from 8 AM to 9 PM)

Our website: Ursuline Spirituality Center

Mary of the Incarnation Retreat Center, Philippines

Inaugurated in1998, the aim of MARY OF THE INCARNATION RETREAT CENTER is to help people meet God. Thanks to its calm environment and beautiful surrounding nature, the Center is a place of peace, reflection and prayer.

For your benefit, the Center offers a few meeting halls, simple and comfortable bedrooms, a cafeteria and a chapel.

Besides organizing three-day retreats, the Center also offers one-day recollections.  

For further information on the Center and its possibilities for you, you may reach us at:

Capitol Hill Mati
Davao oriental 8200
Tel.: 011-63-87-811-4257

Our Chapels, in the Province of Quebec

There are no Eucharistic celebrations in our chapels during the period of confinement caused by the Covid Pandemic19.


A special mass will take place on the Internet tomorrow April 30 at 7:30 p.m. on ECDQ.TV in honor of Marie de l'Incarnation; it will be chaired by Mgr Marc Pelchat.

The novena to the founders of the Canadian Church begins on April 30 and will end on May 8, 2020.

The link below gives you access to capsules and written texts of the novena:

Tomb of Saint Mary of the Incarnation

The remains of Saint Mary of the Incarnation are kept in the chapel of the Quebec Ursuline Monastery. You are invited to visit this little oratory.     

Adjoining the Ursuline chapel, 18 rue Donnacona, the tomb of Mary of the Incarnation is an oasis of prayer for the people of the area, for groups of pilgrims and tourists from all over the world. 


Contact Information
418 692-2523
18 rue Donnacona, Quebec, QC, Canada, G1R 3Y7

Visiting Hours:
May to October
:  10:30 AM to 4:30 PM

November to April, Saturdays and Sundays: 12:30 PM to 4 PM
At other times: Upon request

Amqui Hermitage

A « Hermitage in the City » for everyone wishing to experience a time of solitude, rest, prayer and encounter with self and Our Lord.

Two areas of solitude are available: ” Séjour de paix” (A Time of Peaceand Porte d'espérance”  (A Door to Hope).
The Hermitage offers all that is needed for a 24-hour stay, a 48-hour stay, or more.


Contact Information:

La Maison d’Angèle

Sr. Françoise Massé, OSU

2 rue Leclerc, Amqui, QC, Canada, G5J 1L7