Your browser is not Javascript enable or you have turn it off. We recommend you to activate for better security reason

Home > News > Story

The Crib of Peace – Part One

Christmas cards, pageants, songs and decorations usually portray the same mix of people, angels and animals in an attempt to create visual images of the birth of Jesus Christ in Bethlehem two thousand years ago. The story never gets old. The familiar sounds and sights of the feast stir up deep memories. We need to see it and hear it again every year. The Nativity set gets taken down from the attic, dusted off, carefully unwrapped and arranged often in the same way year after year.

+ Read More

News from our Sisters in Japan

Notre Dame de Bon Secours, Pray for us.

CND School Education Administrators Workshop: November 11~12

The meeting was held at Sakura no Seibo Junior College, Marguerite Building, and was attended by 31 administrators from Sakura no Seibo Gakuin, Meiji Gakuen, Margarita Kindergarten and Provincial Leader, Sister Shizuko Endo. The keynote lecture, “The Educator—Sign of and Agent of Hope” was given by Sister Patricia Simpson, CND. She painted a picture of Marguerite’s life from being a sign and then an agent of hope. After the lecture there were meetings in groups designated by duties, and then a general meeting where further discussions were held with input from the various schools. These discussions were significant in that they exceeded individual schools and created a spirit of collaboration. It has been 5 years since the three schools met together and it was an opportunity to see how we are united through our mission statement. The workshop meeting came to a close with a Mass celebrated by Bishop Martin Tetsuo Hiraga, Sendai diocese, and his homily which encouraged us all in our educational mission

+ Read More

Reflection for the Second Sunday of Advent

Isaiah 40.1-5, 9-11/2 Peter 3.8-14/ Mark 1.1-8

In this season, we are preparing. Traditionally, we may be decorating our homes, baking special foods, planning celebrations, enjoying seasonal music, buying or making gifts, and taking part in special events that benefit groups and persons in need.  Maybe we still send Christmas cards to stay connected. We tend to do things we always did. We slide into our comfort zone. We ask one another, “Are you ready for Christmas?”  

+ Read More

Back to the news index All the news
© Tous droits réservés Congrégation de Notre-Dame, Montréal, Québec, Canada