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Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur Renew Vows
Posted 02/09/2018 03:46PM

On Wednesday, January 31, 2018, the Notre Dame community gathered to pray together and remember the life and charism of St. Julie Billiart, Foundress of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. During the Saint Julie Liturgy, celebrated by Father Robert Murray, O.S.A., Ph.D., Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur returned to the Academy to affirm the vows of chastity, poverty, and obedience made on the day of their profession.

Renewing their vows were Sister Rita Sturwold, Sister MaryAnne Broughton, and Sister Marie Verrilli.

During the Mass, the sisters prayed, "We ask you, our good God, to keep us faithful so that we may stand with the poor in the most abandoned places, build your community on earth, and proclaim your goodness all the days of our lives."

About Saint Julie Billiart (1751-1816)

"As the sunflower turns always to the sun, so should we always turn to God."

Marie Rose Julie Billiart was born in Cuvilly, France on July 12, 1751. A catechist at a very early age, she continued to teach about God in spite of the paralysis that crippled her at the age of 22. On February 2, 1804, she founded the Congregation of the Sisters of Notre Dame. After a miraculous cure, she dedicated herself to the education of poor girls. Following opposition, she left France in 1807 for Namur, Belgium, ensuring that the Sisters of Notre Dame could continue their work of education in the spirit that Saint Julie had envisioned. Saint Julie died on April 8, 1816. She was beatified on May 13, 1906 and canonized on June 22, 1969.

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