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Carty House

Carty House in Ottawa has a long-shared history with the Congregation de Notre-Dame. It provides transitional housing and support for female refugee claimants and convention refugees as they move through the refugee system and build the resources necessary to live integrated and independent lives in Canadian society. You can read more about its operations including the stories of some residents at

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Ten Years Later

It was quite a move when 44 Sisters of the Congrégation de Notre-Dame made the journey from our beloved convents to a new Retirement Living complex in November of 2011. By December 1, 2011 the new building, Parkland Cape Breton, was now occupied by sisters of the Congregation from Holy Angels Convent, Holy Redeemer Convent, Sydney Mines, Antigonish, Prince Edward Island, etc. Some of us were present when Sister Catherine MacNeil, cut the ribbon to officially open the new building.

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Companions On The Journey

Have you ever had a long walk
with a group of friends with similar desires?
The Canadian C.N.D. Vocation Committee is
walking such a path.
It is a journey of joy, support and sharing


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