SNDdeN Leadership Meets in Rome

The SNDdeN Congregation Leadership Team called together all the leaders of the southern hemisphere in December and all the leaders of the northern hemisphere in March. Leaders gathered in person and by zoom. Southern leaders zoomed in in March to share about their gathering.

Land Trust Partnership Protects for Future Generations

Since 1959, the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur (SNDdeN) have cared for over 170 acres of land in Ipswich, Massachusetts—a beautiful expanse of rolling hills, wetlands and marsh, brooks, ponds and natural springs. As faithful stewards of the land, the SNDdeN seek out opportunities to engage and build relationships with the local community.

Making a Way … Out of No Way

Making a Way … Out of No Way

By Sister Gwynette Proctor, SNDdeN I am a third-generation Black Catholic woman who grew up in Baltimore City Maryland while attending twelve years of Catholic School and experiencing the pain of racism at a very young age starting in elementary school. I, along with my sister and brother and my cousins walked to school through

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Sowing Goodness – Annual Report 2022

We hope you'll enjoy reading the latest issue of our newest publication, Sowing Goodness! Read other issues of Sowing Goodness, as well as our other publications, here. If you'd like to receive future copies of Sowing Goodness in the mail, complete the form below:

Ipswich Sisters Crochet Hats for Pedi Pals

Our Ipswich Sisters, even when retired from full-time ministry, work hard to crochet hundreds of lovingly crafted goods for people in need. Each year, hundreds of handmade goods are delivered to people in need, from those experiencing poverty to children in palliative care programs. Recently, a delivery of hats was made to patients of the

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