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St. Julie's characteristic phrase: "How good is the good God!" expressed her special gift of unique trust in God. Today Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur on five continents make known God's goodness. Read More
Stories from Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur around the world and children who lack one of life’s most basic necessities – sustainable food supplies and access to clean water will set the direction. Read More
Plans are now in place to expand the African Photovoltaic Project to three new locations in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Construction is projected to begin in the fall of 2014 at Mpese, Nselo, and Kinsaku. Read More
Sr. Dorothy Stang chose to live in extreme poverty in order to help others living in poverty. Holding her Bible open to the Beatitudes, she was martyred in February 2005 in Boa Esperança, Brazil. Read More
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Lent is the time in the Church’s year when Christians are called to begin a journey marked by forty-days of prayer, fasting and almsgiving. Will you join our Sisters in changing lives through our 2015 Lenten program, highlighting food sustainability and access to clean water? ...Learn more
On February 12, 2015, we will remember the 10th anniversary of the death of Sister Dorothy Stang, SNDdeN in Anapu, Brazil. During these years, since her assassination, new life has burst forth even in the midst of continued violence and threatening situations in the country. ...Learn more