May 31, 2017, Houston, Texas – KHOU, a television station in Houston, recently featured the ministry of Sister Maureen O’Connell, OP, at Angela House. Sister Maureen founded the residential program in 2002 to prepare formerly incarcerated women for life in the larger community. Watch the TV feature, which includes interviews with some of the hundreds of women who have been profoundly impacted by Angela House and Sister Maureen.
Feature photo: Sister Maureen O'Connell, OP, front and center, with women from Angela House.
June 27, 2016, Houston, Texas – Sister Maureen O’Connell, OP, believes the “holistic approach” of meeting the individual needs of each resident of Angela House leads to the program’s success in helping formerly incarcerated women to transition back into society. Since Sister Maureen founded the organization in 2002, Angela House has brought 322 women back into the community. Angela House is held up as an example of a life-changing organization that receives funding from the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston’s Diocesan Services Fund. Read the Texas Catholic Herald article by Kerry McGuire.