We are aware that in most places where there are School Sisters of Notre Dame, there are migrants. It is an urgent global concern....
We need to welcome our children, with all love in our hearts, and to take good care of them, because they are for us signs of joy, blessing, grace and the presence of God in our midst. ...
The feast day of St. Josephine Bakhita on February 8 and the World Day Against Trafficking in persons on July 30 call us to take responsibility for raising awareness of the situation of victims of human trafficking and for the promotion and protection of their rights.
Education for All: "Education cannot be neutral. It is either positive or negative; it either enriches or impoverishes ..."
As an international congregation, we can take advantage of the International Day of Women, March 8, to reflect on our efforts to promote the dignity of women and of children.
Our communities living in the different parts of the world experience different dimensions of the ecological crisis.
When I look into the “heart of the world” what breaks my heart about the conditions especially of women and children who are refugees?