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Witnessing
unity in a divided world.
 
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Encountering
the living God.
 
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Risking
innovative approaches to critical needs.
 
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Reverencing
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Transforming
the world through education.
 

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is to proclaim the good news,
directing our entire lives toward
that oneness
for which Jesus Christ was sent
for which God calls all.
As Jesus was sent to show
God's love to the world,
we are sent to make Christ,
to make God,
visible by our very being,

by sharing our love, faith, and hope.

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Constitution of the School Sisters of Notre Dame

Blessed Theresa Gerhardinger

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Mother Caroline Friess (center)

Celebrating Mother Caroline:
     A lesson in courage

The passion and courage of Mother Caroline Friess, the American foundress of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, can be seen in the ministries of sisters today. More 100 years later, sisters continue her efforts to educate and aid immigrants and those less fortunate. Who inspires you to show courage?

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Four sisters with the Lovers of the Holy Cross from Vietnam came to the SSNDs to study English.

SSNDs open doors
     to Vietnam

SSNDs in St. Louis and Mankato have welcomed eight sisters from Vietnam. Four sisters currently studying with SSNDs in St. Louis will soon be making their way to Mankato, Minnesota, to continue with their language studies. They hope to use their new skills to open a Catholic college in Vietnam. How have you opened the door to others?

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Sisters Martha Bertsch, Helen Plum and Jean Greenwald teach refugee boys in Eggenburg, Austria.

Life as I Know
     It in Eggenburg

Sister Jean Greenwald reflects upon her time teaching immigrants and refugees English in Eggenburg, Austria. She and Sister Helen Plum will be there at least one year to help refugees assimilate into Austrian culture. Sister Jean explains their daily situation in Eggenburg. How do I welcome the stranger?

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