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The 80’s

Marguerite Bourgeoys was canonized by Pope John Paul II on October 31, 1982 

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This sculpture of Marguerite Bourgeoys with children by Jules Lasalle was commissioned by the City of Montreal and is found at Place Marguerite Bourgeoys in that city.

Marguerite Bourgeoys was declared venerable in 1878, beatified on 12 November 1950, and canonised by John Paul IIon 31 October 1982. She is commemorated in both the Catholic Church and in the Anglican Church of Canada on January 12. She was Canada’s first female saint.[5]

 

She was buried in the sanctuary of Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel in Montreal. The church now includes amuseum about her life and the early history of Montreal. A Quebec provincial electoral district in Montreal is named after Bourgeoys.

 

imageSt. Marguerite Bourgeoys:

Remembering her Canonization

 St. Marguerite Bourgeoys links:  http://www.marguerite-bourgeoys.com/
http://www.marguerite-bourgeoys.com/en/chapel/marguerite-Bourgeoys.asp

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Notre Dame High School in the 80’s

Photos from the 80’s

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 In 1981, CND Associate Relationship was reborn:

Listen to Associate speak of being Associates with the CND’s.

For more information go to: http://notredamealumnae.com/cnd-associate-relationship/

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Notre Dame Principals of the 80’s

 

imageIn 1986, Sr. Lucille Corrigan  was asked to open a new school, St. Patricks which ended an era a NDHS.

 

 

 

A Tribute to Sister Lucille Corrigan

image Sr. Mary Meagher,  stepped in as Principal during the year of 1986 and continued to be principal up until her retirement in 1989.

 

 

 

A Tribute to Sister Mary Meagher

 

 

 A Tribute to the 80’s and its Teachers


 

3 Comments

  1. Mary B (Class of 1989)'s Gravatar Mary B (Class of 1989)
    September 9, 2011    

    What a wonderful journey down memory lane! I enjoyed seeing these pictures from back in the day, what a wonderful time the 80’s were!

  2. Genevieve Walker class of 1980's Gravatar Genevieve Walker class of 1980
    October 19, 2011    

    What a great reunion. Reuniting with old friends as if a day had not gone by yet alone 30 years. Nobody had change much and it was such a wonderful service and “sermon” for lack of a better word. Much love and joy was spread that day, can’t wait for 75th year.

  3. Karen C. (1981)'s Gravatar Karen C. (1981)
    October 21, 2011    

    The 70th reunion was wonderful. It was very nice to see everyone and to catch up with classmates from the 80’s. Seeing my old alma mater brought back great memories
    and a feeling of pride to be a part of NDHS.

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