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Our Heritage in Education Publication Series

Heritage Project Liberating Education Mission Statement Our Heritage Series


Gathered at the summer 1984 General Chapter, the Sisters of the Congrégation de Notre-​Dame wanted to leave tangible ev­i­dence of their work in the field of education in order to honour their predecessors and inspire fu­ture generations to continue the mission.
In the years that followed, the idea took shape: The pub­li­ca­tion of a series of texts en­ti­tled Our Heritage in Education, which present­ed some of the work ac­com­plished by the CND within spe­cif­ic frameworks and through his­tor­i­cal, ped­a­gog­i­cal, phil­o­soph­i­cal and… [read more]

 

Available Heritage Titles

  • NUMBER 4

    Marguerite Bourgeoys
    and the Native People

  • NUMBER 5

    Post-Secondary Education
    of Women by the
    Congrégation de Notre-Dame
    in Japan

  • NUMBER 8

    Historical Background
    and Development of the
    Education Department,
    General Administration,
    Congrégation de Notre-Dame,
    1966-1974,
    A Narrative Account

  • NUMBER 9

    Social and Religious
    Context of
    Marguerite Bourgeoys’s
    Mission as Educator

  • NUMBER 11

    Reflection on Instruction
    in the Writings of
    Marguerite Bourgeoys
    and her Contemporaries:
    Implications for
    our Mission Today

  • NUMBER 12

    Marguerite Bourgeoys
    and
    the Education of Women

  • NUMBER 14

    Notre Dame College
    of Staten Island,
    1931-1970

  • NUMBER 15

    Marguerite Bourgeoys
    Woman of Faith

  • NUMBER 16

    The Congrégation de Notre-Dame
    in Latin America

  • NUMBER 18

    Notre Dame, Kingston,
    First English Foundation
    in the
    Congregation de Notre Dame

  • NUMBER 19

    Marguerite Bourgeoys
    and
    Liberating Education

  • NUMBER 22

    Participation of Associates
    in the Charism of the
    Congrégation de Notre-Dame:
    A Heritage Rediscovered

  • NUMBER 23

    Cameroon,
    A Continuation of Marguerite
    Bourgeoys’s Mission

  • NUMBER 25

    Notre Dame
    Secretarial College
    "The Mother House"

  • NUMBER 29

    Notre Dame College, Ottawa,
    1932-1959

  • NUMBER 30

    Mount Saint Bernard College,
    Antigonish, Nova Scotia,
    1897-1947

  • NUMBER 31

    Marianopolis,
    City of Mary

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