Serving 52 unbroken years of service in schools as teacher, principal, coordinator of pre-K/primary grades, and Assistant Superintendent of Schools in five states - Maryland, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Florida, Corinne was loved and appreciated wherever she was.
News and Events
During this 2020 Season of Creation (Sept. 1- Oct. 4), take some time to read, reflect on resources that will be highlighted weekly by the JPIC office. Please click here for a running list, of resources that are new this week.
This is the second of The Catholic Climate Movements four webinars to take place during the Season of Creation. We will hear from leaders across the African continent about the morality of investing in the fossil fuel industry and the work to ensure clean energy for a more life-giving future.
Not only did the Sisters enjoy the day, but they also learned much about the person behind the name that their home bears.
The Holy Angels community is working to improve cultural proficiency, and has launched a related Middle States-approved self-study!
“Politics is one of the highest forms of charity.” – Pope Francis Please read "Voting: Responsibility and Challenge" and get important voter information.
Marian House's 12th Annual Race to Embrace Independence 5K Run and Walk is going virtual this year!
Two of our sponsored schools, Notre Dame Preparatory School (NDP) and Academy of the Holy Angels (AHA), were finally able to welcome some students back to their campuses last week. Here is how it went.
Thank you to the Sisters living in Villa Assumpta, who have welcomed me and Sisters Nga, Theu and Len with open arms during our studies here in the United States.
Decades before social media made internet trolling a common practice, Therese Stawowy knew what it was like to receive virulent hate mail from known and unknown sources.
During this 2020 Season of Creation (Sept. 1- Oct. 4), take some time to read, reflect on resources that will be highlighted weekly by the JPIC office.
As the September 1 World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation kicks off the month-long Season of Creation, Pope Francis offers a profound reflection on respect for the earth, its resources, the evils caused by man and the need for "restorative justice" such as debt cancellation for poor countries.
The AM Province will continue to advocate within a community of investors with faith-based values in promoting human rights, climate justice, racial equity and the common good.
The Season of Creation begins on September 1! We invite you to view this SSND video and reflect on how you can celebrate the season, themed “Jubilee for the Earth.”
In 1978 she moved to Thunder Bay, where she took an addiction counseling course which qualified her as an addiction counselor at St. Joseph Treatment Centre in North Bay.
A message and invitation from Gail DeGeorge, Editor, Global Sisters Report to join a 3-day workshop entitled, Enter the Chaos: Engaging Differences to Make a Difference presented by Sr. Nancy Sylvester and her team.
After two long weeks of preparation by teachers and months by the administration, masked students arrived at St. Martha School, Sarasota, Florida, on August 17th.
“As members of an international congregation, [the School Sisters of Notre Dame] recognize their obligation and opportunities to develop a world vision and a sense of global responsibility.” (YAS, C 26)
We remember gratefully her life and her life's work as she faithfully discerned God's dream for German immigrant children back in her time. We marvel at her vivaciousness and perseverance with which she established schools in North America, to meet the needs of her time and the deep love and care for the sisters that surrounded her.
The exploration of the Assembly theme, “God’s Infinite Vision: Our Journey to the Borders and Beyond,” has taken on a new urgency because of the twin pandemics of COVID-19 and the increasing reality of racism.