Sister Ann Kendrick is a member of SND Base Communities and a Sister from the historic Maryland Province.
There are 21 state-Correctional Institutions in South Carolina. There are 19 for men and 2 for women. These Correctional Institutions do not include jails or detention centers – these facilities are located in each county. The CIs are defined as Minimum Security, Medium Security and Close Security. It has been almost three years since we
Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School has set up an emergency fund to support alumni in higher education.
Haiti experienced a devastating 7.2-magnitude earthquake in August 2021. Our Boulangerie Notre Dame in Les Cayes was impacted.
Update: Effective September 1, 2021, there will be an address change for the Development Office. Please see the “Donations” tab for the new address and more information. The Sisters of Notre Dame and staff gathered on January 21st to receive some unexpected news: This year, 2021, is the last year the Villa Julie Residence, acquired
“I will lift up my eyes unto the hills, From whence cometh my help. My help is in the name of the Lord, who made heaven and earth.” Psalm 121 As most of you know, Big Laurel has had a long association with the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur and Notre Dame Mission Volunteers.
“When spider webs unite, they tie up a lion.” [Ethiopian Proverb] In earlier articles on this page, we acquainted you with the efforts of Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur and other religious sisters to combat human trafficking in Africa in 2019. Here is an update on the collective efforts of our Sisters and other
Each one of these Sisters, using her particular gifts and talents, has endeavored to live her 60, 70, 75 or 80 years as a Sister of Notre Dame de Namur in the spirit of our Mission Statement: Sisters of Notre Dame, women with hearts as wide as the world, make known God’s goodness and love
Photovoltaic Update Posted April 3, 2019 by Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, Ohio Province We continue our 2019 Lenten Snapshot series by focusing on the progress being made in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). This week we look at the clean water facilities in Pelende where our Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur
Top Row from Left Joan Kelly, SNDdeN -60 years Josita Colbert, SNDdeN – 60 years Ann Kendrick, SNDdeN – 50 years Maureen White, SNDdeN – 50 years Marcella Marie Missar, SNDdeN – 70 years Bottom Row from Left Mimi Bodell, SNDdeN – 60 years Marcella Jordan, SNDdeN – 60 years Patricia Hanway, SNDdeN