This distinctive room is named for Montana Ursuline Missions foundress Mother Amadeus Dunn. The room includes many antique books and musical instruments, and can accommodate smaller meetings and prayer groups. A dining room table at the back provides a good place for smaller conferences.
Another smaller meeting room for conferences, the Amata Lounge is named in honor of Mother Amata Marie McNaught, a music educator whose family members remain active and loyal supporters of the Ursuline Centre. There is cable television in this room, as well as a computer with an internet connection.