The Sisters of Notre Dame
The Sisters of Notre Dame of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Province in Covington, Kentucky are consecrated women missioned in the church to proclaim God’s goodness and provident care by living Gospel values in vibrant communities, by promoting Catholic education, especially for women, and for children in urban and mission schools, and by fostering the fullness of life, especially for people who are poor, sick and aged. The Sisters of Notre Dame is an international congregation of over 2,000 women religious serving worldwide in nineteen countries. It is an active apostolic congregation with four SND provinces in the United States:
- Julie Learning Center
- Notre Dame Academy
- Notre Dame Urban Education Center
- St. Charles Community
- St. Claire Regional Medical Center
- St. Julie Mission and the Notre Dame Education Center in Uganda, East Africa
- Julie Learning Center ~ Park Hills, KY
- Notre Dame Academy ~ Park Hills, KY
- Notre Dame Urban Education Center ~ Covington, KY
- Julie Mission and Notre Dame Education Center ~ Uganda, East Africa
Q & A with SND USA Provincial Sr. Margaret Gorman
Sisters of Notre Dame USA
Sr. Margaret Gorman sat down to answer a few questions about SND USA and what changes will be seen and the impact of those changes.
The Sisters of Notre Dame united their four North American provinces on July 5, 2020. The new Immaculate Conception Province located in Chardon, Ohio, serves as the national headquarters in the SND USA. The Sisters of Notre Dame is an international congregation of over 2,000 women religious serving worldwide in sixteen countries.