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After 90 days, Father Amaro has been released in Anapu, Brazil.
Sponsored by Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio, this is a traveling art exhibit that includes the works of 34 artists responding to stories shared by refugees.
During her 30 years in top leadership positions at St. Edward’s University, Sister Donna Jurick helped usher in profound changes at the Catholic liberal arts school.
Read about ongoing protests in Nicaragua, where our Sister Rebecca Trujillo works with special needs children and families.
The Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur ask for prayers for the repose of the soul of Sister Mary Alice Weber, who passed away on June 8, 2018.
In her student speech, Ashley Antico of Cohasset, used the traditional Notre Dame Academy kilt as a metaphor for their high school experience and what lies ahead.
Cincinnati business and community leaders united at the 15th Annual Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur Partners in Action Luncheon.
Students from four local high schools recognize for their work demonstrating the values of Sister Dorothy Stang: solidarity with the poor and care for the Earth.
Notre Dame AmeriCorps Site Directors from across the U.S. recently gathered in Cincinnati at the convent home of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur.
Mount Notre Dame student-athletes now have their own version of the famous Notre Dame grotto to visit and pray to in the corner of Sr. Dorothy Stang Field.
This video featuring the ongoing work of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur in Cincinnati, across the U.S., and worldwide, was shared at the 2018 Partners in Action Luncheon.
Help us tell the world about Father José Amaro Lopes, an unjustly imprisoned Catholic priest who worked to carry on the mission of our Sister Dorothy Stang.
Mount Notre Dame High School in Cincinnati recently recognized Sister Mary Ann, an alum, for her light and warmth.
Please pray for Fr. Amaro Lopes who was arrested on March 27.
Our Sisters are helping communities in Kenya by educating about the importance of safe water and providing water purification packets.
Learn how our Sisters provide clean water to children and families in Congo.
Read this week's Lenten snapshot to learn how our Sisters are educating women and children in Brazil.
In the midst of the unrest and turmoil in South Sudan, Sister Carolyn Buhs serves as teacher and librarian at the Solidarity Teacher Training College in Yambio.
Read this week's Lenten snapshot to learn how our Sisters are saving lives in Nigeria.
Learn about the work our Sisters are doing in Peru.
Catholics are asked to call Senators and Representatives to urge them to vote to preserve DACA on February 26.
During the 2018 Lenten season, we’ll share the work of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur from around the world.
Thirteen years after she was murdered in the Brazilian rainforest, the memory of Sister Dorothy Stang lives on.
Badin High School officially announced its re-affiliation with the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, which previously ran Notre Dame High School in Hamilton from 1886-1966.
The Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur ask for prayers for the repose of the soul of Sister Micki Flynn, who passed away on January 24, 2018.