THIS IS WHAT
CHANGING
THE WORLD
LOOKS LIKE.

THESE ARE THE STORIES OF Faith in Action.

We are a group of consecrated Catholic women dedicated to serving God, each other, and our world.
Through our service and ministries, we strive to meet the unmet needs of those in our community and throughout the world. As we continue to respond to the call of Christ as women of faith and prayer, we commit ourselves to building a global Christian community in joyful, loving service to others.

Committed to making a difference

Sisters currently work with women and children right here in Omaha

Through our Safe Homes Program, we assist women leaving domestic violence shelters to transition into independent living. Learn more about this ministry considered “invaluable” by local shelters.

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Our history extends centuries…

And changed communities for the better.

See what our Sisters have accomplished in the Midwest, across the United States, and throughout Europe. From our founding in France to our arrival in Omaha to work with Father Flangan of Boys Town, to founding our own Notre Dame Academy in Omaha, our work has been extensive.

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Weekly
Reflection

Reflection for the 25th Sunday of Ordinary Time…September 20, 2020

By Mary Toline,  Notre Dame Associate
In this parable Jesus told his disciples that the Kingdom of heaven is like a landowner who went out at dawn to hire laborers for his vineyard.  The laborers agreed to work for their usual daily wage and later other laborers showed up…

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HISTORY RICH IN SERVICE

Lynne Melvin

“Sister Phyllis was my English teacher! 💜 My name was Lynne Golden back when I graduated in 1970… I sooooo enjoyed my high school years there-especially the library. You’re an amazing group of women 💕💜” ~ Lynne Melvin

Margot Machin

“What a beautiful group of women, inside and out. May God bless you for all the loving and caring work you do. You have touched many people and made their lives so much better. Thank you and many wonderful years ahead.” ~ Margot Machin

Reeh Suppes

“Stay well Sister Ernestine Havlovixk. She was my 3rd grade teacher and the best softball teacher ever. She could really pitch!” ~ From Reeh Suppes, Beatrice, Nebraska