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How much time do you spend connecting with people face-to-face? Why call when a text will do? Why visit when you can facetime! Busy and connected by technology describes most of us. So much so—that we cannot find time to invest in friendships with people or with God.
When the people of La Savane, Haiti said they needed jobs, she built a bakery. She built it with the help of Haitians every step of the way, but still she built it. Without her ‘Sister-power’ as the Haitians call it, the bakery would still be only a dream.
What a gift! The Our Father is a prayer that sums up our faith. Some say the Our Father is the perfect prayer since Jesus gave it to us. It is the model for all other prayers in our life.
The Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur ask for prayers for the repose of the soul of Sister Nancy Bonshock, who passed away on August 8, 2019.
We are all children of God! Yes, we all belong to His family, with and in Jesus, because of the boundless love of God.
The Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur ask for prayers for the repose of the soul of Sister Mary Milano, who passed away on July 21, 2019.
The Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur ask for prayers for the repose of the soul of Sister Mary Buckley, who passed away on July 17, 2019.
Don Salvador was old and blind and lived in a stick and dirt house across from a squatters’ field. But once he’d been famous. For Don Salvador, the arc of life had not been kind. Until he met Sister Evelyn.
ACT ONE St. Peter Basilica, The Vatican, June 22, 1969 This is a story not before told in one place. Its parts have for decades resided in obscurity: in three par...
Cincinnati business and community leaders united at the 16th Annual Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur Partners in Action Luncheon.
The Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur Partners in Action Fund supports the work of our Sisters in Cincinnati, across the U.S., and worldwide.
This Easter, we need to make Mary Magdalene’s question our own, “Where is He?”
In our final 2019 Lenten Snapshot we focus on the self-sufficiency of photovoltaic systems.
The Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur ask for prayers for the repose of the soul of Sister Louanna Orth, who passed away on April 13, 2019.
Our Sisters in Itenge and Kitenda work to develop reliable clean water sources and photovoltaic (solar energy) systems in their communities in Congo.
This week we look at the clean water facilities in Pelende where our Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur live and work.
Perhaps one of the reasons Lent is so good for us is that we get in touch with the rhythm of our relationship with the Lord. We get in touch with the dying and rising within our own hearts.
Recently, the struggle for clean water has improved in rural Nigerian villages, but having enough water continues to be a frustration and concern for the Sisters, schools, medical facilities and local communities.
March 22 is World Water Day. Learn more about the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur’s Clean Water for Life Program and how it provides clean, safe water to vulnerable people throughout the world.
It has been brought to our attention that a scam artist is sending emails to an unknown amount of people requesting funds in Sister Dorothy Stang’s name.
In this time of Lent, please support us as we make manifest the miracle of God’s love and compassion in the world.
In the African countries where our Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur live and work, clean water is an ongoing challenge. Sister Henriette lives and works in Lemfu and Sister Patience is based in Kinsaku.
During the 2019 Lenten season, we’ll share the work of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur from around the world.
This Lenten season is a time to get to know God better, to know how he thinks and how he acts. As we walk with Him these 40 days, may we grow to love Him more each day.
Special thanks to the Cincinnati Enquirer for recognizing our Sister Rose Ann Fleming!