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The Congrégation de Notre-Dame sisters in Honduras with the Episcopal Conference, the Franciscan Brothers, other organizations and institutions, and the Honduran people all share concerns about the current situation in that country.

Our Christian conscience and our faith in Jesus Christ encourage us to speak and, like Mary in the Magnificat, proclaim the greatness of the Lord to ordinary people. At the same time, we need to challenge the oppressive structures that do not take into account the most vulnerable and the defenseless. Therefore:  

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Sr. Beth Davies, CND, honorary Christmas Tree Lighter at Pennington Gap’ Christmas Parade

Sr. Beth Davies, CND, was the honorary Christmas Tree Lighter this year at Pennington Gap’ Christmas Parade. Below is Sister Beth’s introduction, given by the Town Administrator.

Sister Beth Davies lives up Puckett’s Creek, St. Charles, VA. Originally from Staten Island New York, she is a lifelong friend of Santa, who has spent half her life here in Lee County (that’s a lot of Christmas parades!)

Sr. Beth directs the work of the Addiction Education Center here in Pennington Gap, and is an addiction counsellor. She works very closely with the recovery community and with Dr. Art VanZee. 

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Open House at the Former Notre Dame Convent, Charlottetown

Sydney Inn and Suites, Charlottetown: Last Saturday and Sunday afternoon, sisters and former students were invited to visit our former Notre Dame Convent, now known as Sydney Inn and Suites. This invitation was indeed a gesture of solidarity on the part of the new ownership with all those who have had affiliation with it over the years, and was much appreciated by all who attended. 


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