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90 Years of Presence of the Congregation in Japan: The Foundresses

In the late 1920s, the sisters of the Congrégation de Notre-Dame were asked to collaborate on missions. At that time, the Catholic missionary world was flourishing. In fact, Pope Pius XI placed missionary work above other Catholic works.

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CND Schools in Japan

In Japan, unlike the educators of this country, non-Christians or Protestants, Catholic institutions, with few exceptions, began by opening schools for the little ones to meet the needs of the children who were there, in front of them. Then, these schools opened classes for higher levels as their students got older. The schools of the Congrégation de Notre-Dame in Japan are a perfect example.

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Giving Voice Gathering

Three sisters from each of the provinces in North America, each in different stages of formation, had an intercultural, mono-generational experience during July in San Antonio, Texas. Though we as Sisters of the Congrégation de Notre-Dame intentionally focus and embrace our intergenerationality, this was an opportunity for Sisters Christa, Libby, and Violaine to be together as sisters under the age of 50, before and after an international ‘Giving Voice’ gathering of 77 sisters from other communities who are also under 50 years old.

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