The Congregation of Norbertine Sisters in Wilmington is one of the branches on the family tree of the Norbertine Order. We live according to the age-old inspiration of St. Norbert and the Rule of St. Augustine, striving to live with one mind and one heart on the way to God.  READ MORE

​Come join us for our Days of Recollection! Our next Day of Recollection will be on February 17, 2018!

Do you want to spend one hour with Jesus? Come and join us​ for Holy Hour on January 26, 2018.

The Fall 2017 issue of our newsletter, Sursum Corda, is now available! CLICK HERE!

A day in the life
Our Congregation is a contemplative-active community where everyday life is centered around the liturgy, which overflows into the work we do for our brothers and sisters in Christ. Do you wonder what the life of a religious is like? Take a glimpse at some of our schedule!


Prayer is the heart of our community. It is the single most significant aspect of our life that nourishes the thirst of our mind, heart, and soul. Following the spirituality of St. Norbert, we believe that it is at the altar that we show forth our faith and love of God.


Prepared for every good work
Like St. Norbert, our Congregation strives to be ready for anything that God calls us to do and to be anything that God calls us to be. The "active" aspect of our life consists in various apostolates that help our parish and community.




Chant is a beautiful and important part of our liturgical tradition as Norbertines. The General Instruction of the Roman Missal (GIRM 41) states that “Gregorian chant holds pride of place because it is proper to the Roman Liturgy”. Our Congregation studies Gregorian Chant and invite you to listen to a few hymns we are practicing!