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Cal State Long Beach Newman Club

Cal State Long Beach Newman Club

Part of Sister Valerie Marie Roxburgh’s ministry as Director of Vocation Discernment & Young Adult Outreach for the Sisters of Notre Dame in California is creating opportunities for young adults to explore the Catholic faith. She and the other Sisters of Notre Dame who reside at Providence House…
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Associates train Stephen Ministers

Associates train Stephen Ministers

Stephen Ministries, a nonprofit Christian educational program, is based on the story of Stephen in the Acts of the Apostles. He was chosen by the Apostles to minister to his community on their behalf. Since 1975, over 12,000 congregations worldwide have installed Stephen Ministry teams who are trained…
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Sisters called to Our Lady of Guadalupe School, Oxnard

Sisters called to Our Lady of Guadalupe School, Oxnard

Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish School (OLG) was established in Oxnard, Calif. in 1906 in response to the great increase in the Mexican population there. The Sisters of Saint Joseph of Carondelet staffed the school for the better part of the next two decades. Today, the school is…
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Sister Mary Kathleen Travels to Teach Theology

Sister Mary Kathleen Travels to Teach Theology

Sister Mary Kathleen Burns spoke at Theolgy on Tap hosted by Saint Cornelius Parish in Long Beach, California. Sister’s talk was titled Your Prayer Toolbox. She recently received a new call to share theology and spirituality abroad. By Sister Mary Kathleen Burns During my recent visit to our…
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La Reina Senior Builds Planter for NDLC Preschool Play Space

La Reina Senior Builds Planter for NDLC Preschool Play Space

La Reina High School student and Girl Scout Angela Valdivia, age 17, submitted two proposals for her Gold Award that were rejected before she approached Sister Carol Marie Papet, site director at Notre Dame Learning Center Preschool (NDLCP). “At that point I was really frustrated and I felt…
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Immersed in Sorrow

Immersed in Sorrow

By Sister Rose Marie Tulacz About a year ago, the Sisters of Notre Dame began ministering to immigrants at the United States’ border with Mexico. Sister Rose Marie Tulacz was one of four Sisters of Notre Dame who participated in a week-long “Texas Immersion Experience” in Corpus Christi…
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For the Least of These

For the Least of These

Sister Shirley Marie Guides Inmates to the Gospel Sister Mary Lynn Liederbach, who passed away in May of 2014, was renowned among the Sisters of Notre Dame for her devotion to detention ministry. Among her possessions were boxes full of letters from the inmates to whom she wrote…
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God is Good! All the Time!

God is Good! All the Time!

Sister Mary Kristin Battles, superior general of the Sisters of Notre Dame, and member of the California province, shares with us highlights of her month in California at Notre Dame Center this past July. Community life at Notre Dame Center (NDC) as always is buzzing with activity and…
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Sister Marie Paul Preps Teachers for a New Year

Sister Marie Paul Preps Teachers for a New Year

Inspiring Catholic school educators with the charism of the Sisters of Notre Dame is one of Sister Marie Paul Grech’s top priorities. Put simply, that charism (or what the sisters believe) is that God is good and provides for us. They strive to look at the world with…
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