The God of Second Chances An Ohio native, Nancy moved to California and settled in Los Angeles. There, she worked for a non-profit agency, as well as volunteered her time to support agency clients that waited to receive healthcare at a local clinic. During this time, Nancy met the man that would soon become her
Joan Panella, SNDdeN, was a native of San Francisco who entered the Sisters of Notre Dame in 1958, and took the name Sister Marie Angele. She taught in Notre Dame elementary schools in Salinas (Sacred Heart and Madonna del Sasso), Campbell, Folsom and at Notre Dame High School, Alameda. After receiving a Master’s of Social Work
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.
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,
Ducks! Do Not Open! If you were to ask Sister Eileen McCarthy to describe herself, she would most likely decline. However, if you were to ask anyone else who knows her, there wouldn’t be enough words or time to describe how generous and good she is, because as Sr. Georgianna Coonis says, “that’s just the
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