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Job Opportunity in Covington, Kentucky

Job Opportunity in Covington, Kentucky

Posted 5/13/14  Notre Dame Academy, a Catholic college preparatory high school for young women sponsored by the Sisters of Notre Dame of Covington, KY, seeks an experienced principal to assume duties beginning July 2014. NDA has been faithful to its mission of educating young women to make a…
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Vocations Sunday

Vocations Sunday

Read the original post below by clicking the link here. The World Day of Prayer for Vocations is today, May 11, the Fourth Sunday of Easter. The World Day of Prayer for Vocations is also known as "Vocations Sunday" or "Good Shepherd Sunday" and will be celebrated this year on…
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Sister Maria Aloysia – Our Inspiring Foundress

Sister Maria Aloysia – Our Inspiring Foundress

Sister Maria Aloysia was born as Hilligonde Wolbring in 1828 and died on May 6, 1889. She founded the Sisters of Notre Dame in Coesfeld, Germany, in 1850 and is an important figure in the history of the congregation. Today we celebrate the 125th anniversary of her death…
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Lenten Reflections From the Sisters

Lenten Reflections From the Sisters

Palm Sunday  The Beginning of Holy Week By Sister Marie Paul Grech The beginning of Holy Week...sometimes called Palm Sunday, sometimes called Passion Sunday....but which is it? Typical of our day-to-day experiences, life is filled with multiple names for things, and each name has a different story to…
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Lenten Reflections From the Sisters

Lenten Reflections From the Sisters

Fifth Sunday of Lent  Friendship and Compassion By Sister Mary Antonine Manning Jesus had many friends, among them Lazarus and his sisters, Martha and Mary. They lived in Bethany, not far from Jerusalem, and Jesus must have visited them regularly and received food, companionship and needed rest. Lazarus…
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Adoration Chapel: What Do I Do for an Hour??

Adoration Chapel: What Do I Do for an Hour??

Have you ever tried the Adoration Chapel? Are you a regular visitor? Have you discovered that an hour spent there leads to personal growth and better family relationships? Sister Rose Marie Tulacz will show us how living the gift of the Eucharist makes us who we are, reveals…
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Lay People in Action – A talk you won’t want to miss!

Lay People in Action – A talk you won’t want to miss!

 Sister Mary Lisa Megaffin will present "Lay People in Action: Beyond the Pews" (part of The University Series 2014) on Thursday, April 3rd, at 7:30 p.m. in the La Reina High School cafeteria. Fifty years ago, the Second Vatican Council examined the role of the laity in carrying…
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Lenten Reflections From the Sisters

Lenten Reflections From the Sisters

Fourth Sunday of Lent The Blind Man Sees By Sister Mary Grace Leung  “A blind man sees the light; Our eyes open when we live with Jesus” John 9:1-41 The text from John’s Gospel invites us to meditate on the healing of a man born blind. As we read…
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Sister Mary Anita Hornack Passes on March 23 – Obituary

Sister Mary Anita Hornack Passes on March 23 – Obituary

Sister Mary Anita was born on July 21, 1914, in Merrill, Michigan, the eighth child of Joseph and Mary Jakob Hornack. Sister remembered her childhood as among her “happiest days and very family-oriented with emphasis on religious values. When we sat down at the dining room table to…
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Lenten Reflections From the Sisters

Lenten Reflections From the Sisters

Third Sunday of Lent Woman at the Well By Sister Mary Leanne Hubbard This week, after the Religious Education Congress, I had the joy of taking our visiting sisters from Ohio and Kentucky to the Santa Barbara Mission and Ventura on a sunny Southern California day. I have…
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