Building Community Through Service
|"Very courageous souls are needed for the service of the good God."- St. Julie Billiart|
To create a community of volunteers who, through service, share in the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur values and mission spirituality.
A robust and thriving community of volunteers who work alongside the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur to proclaim by our lives more than our words that God is good. In the spirit of St. Julie Billiart and rooted in the core values of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, we honor the inherent dignity of each person and act on behalf of justice and peace in the world. Together, we build community wherever we are, and cultivate friendships centered in God and hearts as wide as the world.
Welcome to Live The Good, a path volunteers and Sisters walk side-by-side to make known God’s goodness. Together, we put our faith into action.
Live The Good provides opportunities for all people to experience the gift of service and the joy of working alongside the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur and others who share their values. Each service opportunity includes discussion and reflection on the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur mission spirituality and the gifts inherent in making God’s goodness known.
We warmly welcome you to join a Live The Good Opportunity and experience faith in action. Questions? Please reach out to Holly Schlaack, Director of Volunteer Engagement, at [email protected] or 513-761-7636 ext. 8111.
Be well. Do good.
Director of Volunteer Engagement
513-761-7636 ext. 8111
Saturday, September 16, 2023, 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. Ground Projects at Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. REGISTER.
Saturday, Saturday, November 11, 2023. 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. Rosary Making at the Ohio Province. Registration info to be announced.
Tuesday, July 11, 2023. 9:00 - 11:30 a.m. Freestore Foodbank.
Wednesday, June 21, 2023, 10 a.m.—12: p.m., Queen City Book Bank.
Live The Good Blog
“I believe the sharing of flowers brings joy and creates hope.” Dan Druffel, Druffel Gardens Dan Druffel knows that the gift of fresh-cut flowers sparks joy. A retired landscaper, Dan turned his attention to doing just this through his non-profit, Druffel Gardens.
I was seven years old and staring at the clock, willing the hands to move forward when they seemed to have stopped entirely. My grandparents had come to town and brought with them the practice of saying the rosary every night before bed. Their fingers lingered patiently on each bead as they recited one “Hail Mary” after another. My little fingers haphazardly danced around my rosary while I wished they would speed it up. Judging from the looks on the faces of my five older brothers and sisters, they seemed to agree.
Our group of 20 Live The Good volunteers arrived at the Healing Center in Springdale on a cold and windy January morning. Affiliated with Vineyard Church, the Healing Center provides services to help people meet their practical, social, emotional, spiritual, and financial needs.
A large box from West Bengal, India was on its way to my office. It appeared days before Christmas when a winter storm kept most of us at home. Somehow, the box kept moving forward.
Christmas gifts aren’t the only things being wrapped this time of year. Here at the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, we’re wrapping up another year of Live The Good, a program that continues to grow exponentially, thanks to you.
There was a reason Jesus sent the disciples out two by two. I think it was because doing anything of lasting value on our own is very hard, if not impossible.
With you, we change lives
With the support of generous friends like you, we are able to continue our mission of educating and taking a stand with those in poverty— especially women and children.
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