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AcronymDefinition
SSNDSchool Sisters of Notre Dame
SSNDSession Description
SSNDStudent Society for News Design (various locations)
SSNDSurvey of the Social Networks of the Dutch
SSNDSplanchnic Sympathetic Nerve Discharge
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I reached out to the School Sisters of Notre Dame in Baltimore for their take on the series.
The special needs school, founded by the School Sisters of Notre Dame in 1963 in Dallas, is devoted exclusively to educating youngsters with disabilities.
Unfortunately, many church leaders seem to reduce lesbian and gay persons to sexual activity, and we don't do that with heterosexual people" says Sister Jeannine Gramick, director of lesbian and gay ministry for the School Sisters of Notre Dame, based in Baltimore.
The sisters have come in place of the School Sisters of Notre Dame.
Norba was a goat who resided on the Li'l Farm Children's Home hobby farm in Cambridge, a nonprofit run by two School Sisters of Notre Dame who look after children in short-term foster care, respite care and emergency placement.
Throughout his life, Tolton's goodness attracted the friendship of the Franciscan Friars, the School Sisters of Notre Dame, the Josephite Fathers, cardinals and countless laypeople, who served as defenders, supporters, spiritual guides and intermediaries.
Because she defied the Vatican ban and faced expulsion by the School Sisters of Notre Dame, she left the order and joined the Sisters of Loretto in 2001.
Marian House, a School Sisters of Notre Dame and Sisters of Mercy joint project, provides transitional housing in a safe, structured environment for 29 homeless or previously incarcerated women.
the School Sisters of Notre Dame, Sisters of Charity, Benedictine Sisters and the Congregation of the Holy Cross.
It was her School Sisters of Notre Dame superiors that assigned Gramick to minister to lesbians and gays, whom she first met in the early 1970s when pursuing her doctorate at the University of Pennsylvania.
Sr, Jeannine Gramick, whose writings on homosexuality brought her two silencing orders, one from the Vatican and one from her religious community, has left the Baltimore-based School Sisters of Notre Dame.
Vladimiroff's stand contrasts with how the School Sisters of Notre Dame chose to handle a similar directive silencing Sr.
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