My life has been deeply touched and formed by the School Sisters of Notre Dame who have crossed my path and there are too many for me name. God bless them all. I am most grateful and blessed to continue to be an associate of the School Sisters of Notre Dame.
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July 24th, Associates in Saskatchewan gathered to make their Indefinite Covenant, a lifetime commitment to live the charism of Blessed Theresa in communion with the SSNDs and Associates of the AM Province.
“Why be a pilgrim still?” This question from Raphael Considine’s poem “Trasna” echoed through Thresholds, the annual meeting of associate area coordinators, held on June 14 and 15 via Zoom.
I grew up in a racially divided Baltimore in the 1960s and early 1970s. This year has made me realize, in the words of Austin Channing Brown, “Doing nothing is no longer an option for me.”
Mary Anne O’Donnell, AMSSND Associate, becomes the first lay recipient of the Monsignor Arthur F. Valenzano Joyful Servant Award
The School Sisters of Notre Dame Atlantic-Midwest Province and the SSND Associates, in collaboration with Well for the Journey, invite you to view the second in our series of days of reflections on What Makes Us One.
The School Sisters of Notre Dame Atlantic-Midwest Province and the SSND Associates, in collaboration with Well for the Journey, invite you to view the first in a series of days of reflections on what makes us one.
1970, Archbishop Keough High School: It was here I first met the School Sisters of Notre Dame who have continued to be an inspiration and support in my journey through this life.
On September 21, Associates from Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut renewed their covenants during a ceremony in the chapel at Villa Notre Dame in Wilton.
My very first connection with the SSNDs occurred when Sister Maureen Fleming directed Religious Education at Assumption Church in Westport, Conn., where my two sons attended classes.