Our Work: Updates

Sister Judi entered religious life with the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur in Cincinnat...

When Sister Pat Pieper, SNDdeN became a Pastoral Associate of Holy Cross Parish, in Col...

Teaching the Teachers

December 29, 2022

Sister Jacinta Ojilimmobe is a Sister of Notre Dame de Namur of the Nigeria Province. But don’t tell that to Sisters of the Ohio Province, who feel she is one of their own.

Congratulations to Hope CommUnity Center, Sister Gail Grimes, SNDdeN, and Sister Ann Ke...

A Matter of Justice

November 17, 2022

UPDATE (02/01/20240: SIster Donna WIsowaty, SNDdeN recently resigned from Pro Seniors, ...

A simple request led Sister Marietta Fritz, SNDdeN on an unimagined journey. In the 197...

Photo of Live The Good volunteers at Imago Earth Center, March 2022

U.S. Ministry: Live The Good

November 11, 2022

Holly Schlaack took over as director of volunteer engagement for the Sisters’ Liv...

The Village of Pelende, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, is about to get water. This is a big deal. It means better health, it means more children in school, it means hope can once more fill the hearts of its five thousand residents.

The Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur world-wide congregation, during its 18th General Cha...

Advocating for Others

May 11, 2022

Sometimes what you know depends on the circles you travel in. If you’re in education, you know Sister Rose Ann Fleming as the former president of Trinity Washington University.

The Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur Adopt-a-Sister Program, which in years past teamed up 25 to 30 Sisters with approximately 100 students from Cincinnati's all-girl Mount Notre Dame High School, has been paused because of the ongoing pandemic.

Resilient Minds, Active Bodies

December 31, 2021

This past summer, Big Laurel was excited to re-open. We hosted four summer camps. This ...

Sisters get along. They work in the trenches, they discern, they discuss, they find what Sister of Notre Dame de Namur Joan Burke calls "a common mind." It's true in Cincinnati, in Africa, in Latin America. And it's true at the United Nations, where Sister Joan, twenty years ago, became the Sisters' first non-governmental organization (NGO) representative, serving eight years in an advisory role to the world body's Economic and Social Council.

Okay, Let's Do This

November 4, 2020

In the Corryville neighborhood of Cincinnati there’s a school where the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur have worked since 1877 - Corryville Catholic Elementary. Where on the surrounding streets less than one if four made it through eighth grade, 100 percent of Corryville Catholic students graduate.