January 4, 2018
Sr. Regina Rogers OSU
Catholic Education: Past, Present and Future
With a Student Panel from Area Catholic High Schools
A life-long Catholic educator, Sister Regina Rogers, O.S.U., has been serving the Ursuline Family since 1973. Sister began her teaching career at Ursuline in the Religious Education Department teaching a variety of courses, including Scripture, Womanhood, World Religions and Morality. In 1982 she was appointed the Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction. In 2002, Sister Regina left Ursuline to serve her community, the Ursuline Sisters of Youngstown, as the General Superior. Upon the conclusion of her term as General Superior in 2009, she returned to Ursuline and once again assumed the position of Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction. Students benefit from Sister Regina’s long time teaching experience as she teaches the Christian Service class in the Religious Education Department. She also serves as the Chairperson for the Religious Education Department. Over the years, Sister Regina has been involved with student life serving as Sophomore Class Advisor, Track and Field Coach, and Cheerleading Advisor. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in education from Youngstown State University, a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration from the University of Notre Dame, and a Master’s of Religious Studies from the Catholic University of America. Sister is a member of Our Lady of Sorrows Parish at Holy Name Church.