Our Sisters

School Sisters of Notre Dame continue to live the vision of Foundress Blessed Theresa Gerhardinger in a variety of ways. Below our Sisters share stories of their work and ministry.

We go forth daily in the spirit of Mother Theresa, remembering her words: "Poor and abandoned, we began the work of God in supernatural faith and confidence... let us continue to serve the Triune God all our Lives with Joy."

YAS - the constitution of the School Sisters of Notre Dame

Sisters in the News

Jane Johnson interviewed her aunt, Sister Marie Jeanette Blatz, SSND about her life and experiences as a School Sisters of Notre Dame as part of the national StoryCorps Archive. Sister Jeanette is currently living at The Watermark in Bridgeport, CT.
For the World Day for Consecrated Life, the Archdiocese of Grouard-McLennan in Canada spoke with Sisters Connie Harkin & Mary Jeanne Davidson, SSNDs still working in their archdiocese.
On January 27, we celebrated Sister Katharine Reiter’s 100th Birthday at Notre Dame Convent. First, all those present in the dining room when she came to breakfast sang "Happy Birthday." At 10:45am, we came together to celebrate a Thanksgiving mass for Sister Katharine.
  • Jubilarians

    Celebrating Jubilee!

    Each year, we honor and celebrate our sister Jubilarians. Jubilee is a special time to rejoice with our Sisters as they celebrate their 25, 40, 50, 60, 70, 75, or 80 years of faithful love and service to God.