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We offer the following prayers, reflections and resources as a source of encouragement and support in the spirit of oneness with our God and with one another as all humanity copes with this global pandemic.
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When Maryland Governor Larry Hogan declared all non-essential businesses be closed, in an effort to combat the spread of coronavirus, Well for the Journey knew they had to find a new way to produce programming
As we navigate through this global health crisis, the Immigration Committee invites you to consider the health crisis in the U.S. and Canada with our immigrant neighbors in mind, open for the resource, “Loving Our Immigrant Neighbors during the Coronavirus Pandemic.”
While the world self-quarantines to halt COVID-19, AHA’s teachers, students, and technology team are sharing tips for success, and getting creative as they maintain educational continuity.
We pray for peace, hope, and healing for all affected by COVID-19 and the economic havoc it has wrought.
Please consider this invitation to an online seminar sponsored by Georgetown University on Thursday, March 26 on "Catholic Social Thought and the Coronavirus Crisis - Moral Principles for Terrible Times"
On this day 1986, You Are Sent, the Revised Constitution and Directory of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, was approved by the Congregation for Religious and Secular Institutes.
For two wonderful years, Betty became more and more involved in parish activities and teaching religious education. She said, “It was then that I realized that God was calling me, not only to the Catholic faith, but also to religious life.”
As School Sisters of Notre Dame, devoted to Mary, let us call upon this woman of strong faith and pray for the strength to trust and dare in these challenging times without fear.
“We actually, ironically, began preparing not for coronavirus but for a big snowstorm in December,” Lisa Wetzel, the assistant head of school for academics, said.
One former student commented, “Sister Margaret Ann inspired me to be a better reader and to speak properly at all times. She always had these really funny sayings that have stayed with me over the years.”
Saint Oscar Romero used the radio to become God’s microphone. Today we can use social media, email, letter writing and public events to bear witness to Christ’s Gospel message through legislative advocacy.
As we grow in the spiritual life, our life will become increasingly centered. Only a few things will really matter. Because of the coronavirus outbreak, I see a lot of people right now thinking this way. There’s a sense that we’re all in this together.
The Spring issue of the United in Mission newsletter from Ministry Services is out! This issue focuses on the theme of mission leadership in challenging times.
On Sunday, March 15, Mary Agnes Sheridan and Maggie Sullivan, Class of ’20, were interviewed on iHeart Radio about the Notre Dame Prep Innovation Wing and STEAM programs at NDP. Have a listen!
Now is the time for each one of us to respond to the worldwide coronavirus crisis by being in solidarity with others, especially with those who are most vulnerable and most at risk. It is the time to follow the directives provided by the World Health Organization and our respective governments.
The School Sisters of Notre Dame Atlantic Midwest Province are praying and acting to slow the spread of COVID-19. We pray for all who suffer, for our leaders, our healthcare providers and all working to end this pandemic.
On March 22, we celebrate World Water Day! We invite you to reflect on the gift of water and the ways water connects us to our world—a fitting exercise for this time when circumstances can leave us with feelings of isolation.
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