Sisters Ancilla Roussel and Lorraine Landry hang their reflections on a tree at A Celebration of Gratitude and Farewell to 145 Years of SSND Presence in Chatawa, Mississippi, in September 2019.
Past, present and future of St. Mary of the Pines

The School Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND) Central Pacific Province are in the process of moving from St. Mary of the Pines in Chatawa, Mississippi, to St. Anthony’s Gardens in Covington, Louisiana. St. Mary of the Pines will have been in operation for 146 years once the transition is complete later this year. That’s 146 years worth of stories and memories to share. “Hopefully, the goodness and peace experienced here have been carried to others in an ever-widening circle,” says Sister Lorraine Landry.
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Sister Richarde' Marie Wolf coordinates the Good Counsel Learning Center's Refugee Outreach Program. She has the opportunity to go into the home and work with students.
Cultivating diversity through education

The Women’s Leadership Luncheons in March will focus on the importance of diversity. One ministry that exemplifies the importance of diversity and helping those in need is the Good Counsel Learning Center’s Refugee Outreach Program located in Mankato, Minnesota. Sister Richardé Marie Wolf, coordinator of the Refugee Outreach Program, states, “I love everyone who comes in. It’s so intercultural and the students are so hungry to learn, day after day.”
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Embrace by God's Love, 2020 Jubliee, a design with green, pink, blue, purple and black.
Jubilee, a time of gratitude and celebration

“This being my 60th year of profession, I have an abundance of joy and gratefulness for being a member of the School Sisters of Notre Dame. The graces I have been privileged to receive because of my affiliation have been endless. I am especially grateful for the care, support and love I feel from the sisters, they truly are my family,” shares Sister Adaire Lassonde.
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The 2020 Women's Leadership Luncheon image is of a tree with colorful finger prints and words such as Diversity, gender, education, health and education.
save the date

Join us on March 9 for our free annual luncheon in St. Louis! Featuring Ann Cuiellette Marr, Executive Vice President, Global Human Resources for World Wide Technology, Inc.

An Evening on the Emerald Isle
Join us in St. louis

Save April 25 for, our annual signature event, An Evening on the Emerald Isle in St. Louis. Join us for Irish and American foods, enjoy live music, bagpipes, Irish dancing and a silent auction.

Sisters, associates, friends and donors gather at the last Mass of Appreciation to be held at St. Mary of the Pines in 2019.
Featured donor reflections

It’s an honor to share what the sisters mean to our friends and donors. These shared reflections were gathered during our Mass of Appreciations in 2019.

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