March 8, 2021 | Communications Office

Norbertine Women in the U.S.

Norbertine convents are branches on the family tree of the Norbertine Order that live according to the inspiration of St. Norbert (1080-1134) and the Rule of St. Augustine. Until 1997, Norbertine sisters and nuns (also known as canonesses) only had convents in Europe. Fortunately, since founding two houses in California, American female Norbertine communities continue to grow in numbers, faith, and spirit.

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May 9, 2019 | prior

Canon Bruce Memorial Organ Concert: Daniel Schwandt

Saturday May 18 at 2:00pm  Daniel Schwandt is a doctoral student in organ performance at the University of Notre Dame and Music Associate at Gloria Dei, South Bend, IN.  Formerly he served as Cantor of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Chicago, Cantor to the Seminary Community at the Lutheran School of Theology…

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October 20, 2018 | prior

Walking the Talk

By Br. Steve Herro, O. Praem. | The last three Sundays reminded us of Jesus' (and Christianity's) special place for children. On October 7, 2018, we were reminded that Jesus said to his disciples ...

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