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Sisters of Notre Dame

Cause Area

  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Education & Literacy
  • Health & Medicine
  • Women

Location

1601 Dixie HighwayCovington, KY 41011 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

The Sisters of Notre Dame of Covington, Kentucky are consecrated women missioned in the Church to proclaim God's goodness and provident care by...

  • living Gospel values in vibrant communities
  • promoting Catholic education, especially for women and for children in urban and mission schools
  • fostering the fullness of life, especially for people who are poor, sick, and aged

Description

The Sisters of Notre Dame (SND) are an international congregation of 2,000 women serving in eighteen countries around the world whose mission is to serve people through education and other ministries, especially those who experience poverty in its various forms. In 1874, SND’s arrived in Covington, Kentucky and began teaching at Mother of God School on West 6th Street. The primary goal of the Sisters of Notre Dame is to offer a quality Catholic education, especially to women and children in urban schools, with the desire to promote the fullness of life.

Through the years, the Sisters of Notre Dame have created highly successful sponsored institutions: Notre Dame Academy, St. Charles Care Center, Village and Lodge, Notre Dame Urban Education Center St. Claire Regional Medical Center and Julie Learning Center. And In Uganda, South Africa, St. Julie Primary School and Notre Dame Academy Senior Secondary School were founded. The Sisters of Notre Dame, rooted in contemplation, are called to be prophetic women and missioned for global transformation.

The Sisters of Notre Dame (SND) are an international congregation of 2,000 women serving in eighteen countries around the world whose mission is to serve people through education and other ministries, especially those who experience poverty in its various forms. In 1874, SND’s arrived in Covington, Kentucky and began teaching at Mother of God School on West 6th Street. The primary goal of the Sisters of Notre Dame is to offer a quality Catholic education, especially to women and children in urban schools, with the desire to promote the fullness of life.

Through the years, the Sisters of Notre Dame have created highly successful sponsored institutions: Notre Dame Academy, St. Charles Care Center, Village and Lodge, Notre Dame Urban Education Center St. Claire Regional Medical Center and Julie Learning Center. And In Uganda, South Africa, St. Julie Primary School and Notre Dame Academy Senior Secondary School were founded. The Sisters of Notre Dame, rooted in contemplation, are called to be prophetic women and missioned for global transformation.

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