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In today’s scripture, we read how Joseph was awakened in a dream and told to take Jesus and his mother and flee to safety in Egypt. Like tens of millions of people today, the Holy Family became displaced and homeless.
The "Friends of the Sisters at 6401" Facebook group “adopted” our Sisters at VA and threw a Christmas extravaganza.
Sister Missy Gugerty SSND
With great fondness, I periodically think about Assembly Weekends in the former Baltimore Province when I was a postulant in the mid-1980s and we had an SSND version of "Saturday Night Live!" I've been imagining how wonderful it might be to experience again such engagement and stimulation at this time of our lives.
The JPIC Office collaborated with Sisters, Staff, and students from Notre Dame Prep to promote “green habits” at a local grocery store in Baltimore.
The story of Sister Valeria’s collection of Fontanini figurines began when she was stationed at St. Pius X back in the mid 1970’s. She and Sister Ann Lohrfink would travel to Lancaster, PA each year in the summer and buy a figurine or two.
The Art Capstone project was created years ago by middle-level art teacher Christian Leitch, who asks students “what gifts/talents/spirit do you bring to the table of life/society/your world?”
Joy Concert NJ
This holiday season has been especially joyous for those senior citizens who were fortunate enough to hear the latest concert series presented by Joining Old and Young. These community-minded singers from the Academy of the Holy Angels have been delighting audiences since the early 2000s!
From the very beginning, the "Meet Our Sisters" Tour was a collaboration among many partners. Scheduled to coincide with National Vocation Awareness Week (NVAW) in the United States, the seed of the idea came from the group Communicators for Women Religious (CWR).

On International Migrants Day (Dec. 18) and always, we appreciate the positive and integral role of immigrants in our communities. This “Just Act” celebrates the richness and vitality immigrant people bring to the United States and counters the most common misperceptions about them.

Advent Prayer 2019
Jesus, Mary and Joseph, the Holy Family, you journeyed forth into the unknown with full trust in God's providence, help us bear that courage as we make our journey this Advent!

Advent is a season of patient waiting. It is a sacred time. 

Join us in this Advent Prayer PDF found here

On Saturday, Sisters in Baltimore met up with students from Notre Dame Prep at a local grocery store to engage in a pilot “bag swap” initiative. The group handed out reusable bags – handmade by Sisters Virginia Brian and Clara Beall
The School Sisters of Notre Dame Atlantic-Midwest Province and the SSND Associates, in collaboration with Well for the Journey, invite you to the first in a series of days of reflection on what makes us one. February 1, 2020, at Villa Assumpta
Musician Erin Choi has a singular quest: She wants to connect people to Korean culture through the gayageum, a zither-like string instrument.
Notre Dame Preparatory School was named for the ninth consecutive year among The Baltimore Sun's Top Workplaces.
During the season of Advent, the JPIC office and the province Haiti committee are grateful for successful collaborative efforts that have shone light on the people of Haiti who so often feel invisible.
The Generalate has prepared an Advent prayer calendar asking for prayers for specific intentions each day leading up to Christmas.
Public reminded to reach out to seniors living in care homes or living alone over the holidays.
YOU DID IT! Because of your generosity we exceeded our Giving Tuesday goal! And because of the dollar-for-dollar match from an anonymous donor, 72 families will receive new water catchment systems in Lagonav, Haiti.