Meet Sister Angele Lewis

Meet Sister Angele Lewis

A Teacher at Heart Angele first met the Sisters of Notre Dame when she began attending College of Notre Dame in Belmont, now known as Notre Dame de Namur University. She grew up in Vallejo and went to St. Vincent Ferrer Grammar and High Schools with the San Rafael Dominicans. After entering the Sisters of

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Meet Sister Nancy Uhl

Meet Sister Nancy Uhl

The God of Second Chances An Ohio native, Nancy moved to California and settled in Los Angeles in 1974. She worked for a non-profit free clinic where she served as controller and grant writer to help clients receive healthcare. She also met Chuck Sheehan, a striking air-traffic controller, married him in 1982, and together, raised

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Sr. June and her Spoons

Sister June Canoles is a woman of many talents. During the annual Christmas party held at the Belmont Province Center for Sisters and staff, her playing of the spoons is always a highlight! Watch the video below, and click here to learn more about Sr. June.

Meet Sr. Gillian Wallace

On August 19, 2018, Gillian Wallace was accepted as a canonical novice into the community of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur at a special prayer service and reception for Gillian’s family, friends, Sisters and Associates of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. Sr. Gillian is a graduate of Notre Dame High School,

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Meet Sister Sharon McMillan

Meet Sister Sharon McMillan

Sister Sharon McMillan was the first woman in the United States to receive both a Licentiate and a Doctorate in Sacred Liturgy from the Pontifical Liturgical Institute in Rome. Sr. Sharon joined the Sisters of Notre Dame after Vatican II. “I was formed in a pre-Vatican II church,” she says, but the Sisters at Mercy

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Sisters

Whether teaching, counseling, praying, feeding the hungry or pursuing justice, Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur live the Gospel and seek to reflect the goodness of God. These are their stories. To learn about Sisters who are no longer living, click here. Sister Ann Carmel Badalamente After high school graduation, Ann Carmel chose to work

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