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During winter break, teachers Carol Fay and Carmen Quiñones, and students Laura Carbo, Valeria Gonzalez, and Julia Swearer made the trip to learn about the realities of life at the border and the support offered by the School Sisters of Notre Dame.
Infusing the conversation with a deep joy, Sister Clare reflected on religious life and reminisced about her childhood connection with the School Sisters of Notre Dame. “I loved religious life from the moment I started. Even along the way, with other temptations, the thought of ever leaving never occurred to me."
We invite you to review the JPIC Office’s resource on Climate Change and Plastic Pollution – Climate Change: Myths and Half-Truths, Explained.
Sister Mary Maher, former SSND General Superior will be honored with the AHA Distinguished Alumna Award at the Angelic Evening gala set for March 20. Proceeds from this year’s gala will be dedicated to the auditorium renovations.
“Politics is one of the highest forms of charity.” – Pope Francis Please read "Voting: Responsibility and Challenge" and get important voter information.
Sister Miriam Theresa Roncinske, SSND
I have been blessed in many ways as a School Sister of Notre Dame.

Sisters Academy of Baltimore is seeking candidates for the position of Director of Development beginning in spring 2020.   

This year marks the 5th anniversary of the publication of Laudato Si’ and the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. These Resources are suggested for you to engage in Lent with a focus on integral ecology.
Lent and Laudato  Si’
This year marks the 5th anniversary of the publication of Laudato Si’ and the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. These Resources are suggested for you to engage in Lent with a focus on integral ecology.
valentines
Loving Father, You know that the deepest desire of my heart is to meet someone that I can share my life with...
"The bishops of the U.S. invite all Catholics to bring their faith into the public square. Political engagement and participation are important ways to advocate on behalf of all who are vulnerable.”  - USCCB Faithful Citizenship
Please take a look at these resources for Lent assembled by the JPIC Department
Doris was a woman of quick wit and gentle teasing, tempered with a warm heart. She was at her best when she could minister to those in need. Sister Doris died suddenly on Feb. 4, 2020 at Villa Assumpta.
Sister Charmaine and Sister Roxanne
Sister Roxanne Schares, SSND, General Superior of the congregation, flew in from Africa, where she was on Visitation, to give the keynote address for the meeting.
Sister Patty Rass, an art therapy professor at Mount Mary University in Milwaukee, paired her students with SSNDs in Elm Grove for a project on aging.

Provincial Leader Sister Charmaine Krohe, SSND  Atlantic - Midwest Provincial Leader addresses our sponsored and co-sponsored ministries

Pope Francis Video
Today, Pope Francis asks us to "Listen to the Migrants' Cries" "We pray that the cries of our migrant brothers and sisters, victims of criminal trafficking may be heard and considered."
Today, the School Sisters of Notre Dame are known for their work with social justice issues, but that was not the case in the mid-1960s when Sister Marie LeClerc Laux became involved in the Milwaukee civil rights movement.
Saturday, February 8 is the Feast of St. Josephine Bakhita, patron saint of human trafficking, join us in a prayer service and watch social media for the #PrayToAgainstHumanTrafficking campaign.
While touring Europe with my mother in 1970, we visited the Generalate in Rome. When I told our General Superior that the tour would visit Cologne, she encouraged me to visit our sisters in Berlin.