Post of December 8th: Our readers may recall that the Sisters of Notre Dame in the United States became one province in July. Formerly our four provinces had their own particular feast and patron.  When suggestions poured in for a new name for our united province, the results were quite conclusive. As the Sisters of Notre Dame in the United States, we chose the patroness of our country—Mary, under her title Immaculate Conception. Today is the first time we celebrate as one. With Mary we say, “May it be done to [us] according to your word.”

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