• We have all seen them. Sometimes in the near distance.
    Sometimes up close. Our own version of the "Untouchables."

    Just like the Good Samaritan,
    Sister Thérèse stops.

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At the invitation of Cincinnati's first Bishop, John Purcell, the first group of 8 Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur came to this country from Belgium. They arrived at Cincinnati's public landing on October 31,1840. 

Sister Thérèse serves as Christ’s hands in the inner-city. She helps homeless families overcome the barriers that prevent them from moving off the streets.


Isaiah 40

“They that hope in the Lord, will renew their strength. They will soar as with eagle’s wings.”

Hope is a life saver. It lifts us up and sends us “soaring” to heights beyond our wildest dreams.

Spirit God, you it is who breathes new life into these dry bones of ours. Nothing or no one is beyond the power of your healing presence.