We devote ourselves to education in all its forms, especially to catechesis and to other ministries.
Each day, in classrooms across the world we educate at all levels from pre-school to university. Collaboration has also been the hallmark of our apostolate. As times change and new needs emerge, creative responses call forth new gifts and talents of all those who share in this great work.
“Like St. Julie, Sister Maria Aloysia, and our first Coesfeld Sisters,
we should be filled with a missionary spirit,
ready to carry the good news to the ends of the earth.”
– Constitutions Article 67
At Patna Teacher College in Patna, India, a new generation of teachers study and prepare to take to the classroom. Sr. Mary Beena exhorted the teacher trainees to make use of all the opportunities to become the best possible teachers modeling Sr. Maria Aloysia and Sr. Maria Ignatia.
The Notre Dame Network Pedagogical Journey 2014 was held in an atmosphere of joy and much fun at Our Lady of Aparecida Province in Canoas, Brazil. Teachers, coordinators and principals of the eight ND schools of Rio Grande do Sul gathered in Canoas to explore best practices and learn together.
On May 2, 2014, all those involved in the Notre Dame School “Mwana Une Rukariro” in Chimoio, Moçambique, Africa gathered under the mango trees and enjoyed a day of retreat and celebration. The theme of the retreat was: Stay with us Lord.
Iloilo City is the home for the Sisters who teach in the kindergarten at Notre Dame Academy on the island of Guimaras, central Philippines. School children complete their morning exercises after pledging their flag.
The Regina Pacis Province in South Korea offers a variety of educational ministries ranging from pre-school to secondary levels.
Notre Dame Kingergarten in Incheon gives children the opportunity to grow and learn in a kind, loving environment. The school is located on the same property of the provincial house and Notre Dame Rehab Center, Incheon.