We honor and remember our Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur who lived through the war in Bastogne, Belgium December 1944.

Our Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur harbored the American troops in Bastogne.  Some died and others lived through the war and bombardments in Belgium.

Meeting of Province Secretaries

Sparks from the Province Secretaries Meeting at Ipswich, March 9-13, 2020 On the last day of the Meeting of Province...

A Glimpse From The Texas Border

A Glimpse From The Texas Borderby Sister Gerry Stanton Some mothers started some activities and did some math lessons...
Meeting of Province Secretaries

Meeting of Province Secretaries

Sparks from the Province Secretaries Meeting at Ipswich, March 9-13, 2020 On the last day of the Meeting of Province Secretaries, the participants and presenters met on the stairs to the auditorium at Ipswich for a photo shoot with our...

A Glimpse From The Texas Border

A Glimpse From The Texas Border

A Glimpse From The Texas Borderby Sister Gerry Stanton Some mothers started some activities and did some math lessons with children. “Christ is always with us, always asking for room in our hearts...He made heaven hinge on the way we act toward Him...

Fifth Sunday of Lent

Fifth Sunday of Lent

John 11:1-45 Sunday Gospel Reflection by Sister Maureen O'Brien Up until this Lent, the death and new life scenario involving Jesus, Lazarus, Mary and Martha in John 11:1-45 had always helped me to pivot from a somber, though hopeful Lenten...