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Homecoming 2015 Notre Dame Academy, Staten Island: Saturday, October 17TH: Tea: 1-4 PM, Mass – 4 PM, Dinner: 5:30 PM. The recipient this year of the Spirit of Marguerite Bourgeoys Award is Sr. Terry Martin.

Thank You:  Many thanks to all for the many cards, gifts and good wishes as I continue to celebrate my 102nd birthday. I am especially grateful for the Masses offered for me. I feel surrounded by love and support. Sister Marie Elaine LaChance, CND

Walk To End Alzheimers: The Sisters at Andrus have decided that their service project will be a Walk to End Alzheimer’s on October 1 from 1:30 to 3:30. Congregation of Notre Dame sisters and associates are welcome to join them.

Reflection On Area Day: Associate Suzanne Fandel shared this after being at the Waterbury Area Day. “On my ride home I thought of what really struck me in my sharing time with the sisters. “If this group of women (whose future is uncertain ~ and without a doubt will be different from what they expected when they made their vows) can use prayer as their guide and move forward trusting God will provide, then following their example, I can overcome any challenges in my own life. What a relief!” It was a blessed experience for me. Thank you for inviting me.”

Save The Date for the Waterbury Congregation of Notre Dame sisters and associates day of service at Children's Community School. Hope to see many of us there on Saturday October 24 from 10:00 to 2:00.

 

UPEI Distinguished and Inspiring Alumni Awards

Sister Noreen MacDonald, CND (far right)

The UPEI Alumni Association was excited to present this years Distinguished and Inspiring Alumni Awards to three very deserving recipients, during Reunion Weekend 2015.

The Distinguished Alumni Awards are the highest honour presented by the UPEI Alumni Association. Each year the Alumni Association commemorates one or more of our alumni for their outstanding contributions to knowledge, the arts, the community, the university, or humanity.

The criteria for these awards are based on the University of Prince Edward Island's motto, "faith, knowledge, service".

Distinguished Alumni Award

Noreen MacDonald, CND (SDU' 65)

Sister Noreen has spent her life in the service of others. After teaching and counselling students across Prince Edward Island and around the world for 35 years, she has devoted her retirement to helping youth in Cameroon by establishing schools to meet the needs of the local community. Her extraordinary humanitarian efforts were recognized by the Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty by being named as an honorary member.

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September FACQs

WEB OF LIFE MISSION GROUP 

Our Spirited, 13 year old mission group met in beautiful Mabou on July 26 -30, 2015.

Our first day together is always given over to our story telling. During that precious time, reflecting on our past year, we were invited to share an experience of presence, an encounter, or some event that opened us to a new level of consciousness...

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