The “Polymnie” Choir Ensemble, founded over 40 years ago, presented a remarkable concert in tribute to the 175 years of existence of the Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary (SNJM). They saved a wonderful surprise for one of their pioneers at the end of the concert…
Geneviève Grégoire, an accomplished manager, sensitive to the needs of vulnerable people, assumed responsibility as General Director of Maison Jésus-Marie in September. Read about the introduction to the Sisters of this woman whose family ties with the SNJM's are not new ... (Photo Sr. Suzanne Brault)
Four schools associated with the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary of Quebec (SNJM), in collaboration with the principals, viewed a video on October 4th, inviting the students to participate in the SNJM Day of Service and Justice. This initiative demonstrates that SNJM’s are always ready to respond to the needs of their time.
Desiring to promote traditional harp music among the people of Quebec, Harpissimo-Québec recently presented a concert at Maison Jésus-Marie, featuring Latin American music. Do you know the difference between classical and traditional harps? Read the following article to find out.
Sister Claudette shares some very memorable moments from the international gathering in Rome regarding the Discastery on Migrants and Refugees which she attended last July. Read further.
Since the beginning of 2018, there have been many occasions and events marking 175 years since Blessed Marie-Rose Durocher became the first Canadian woman to found a female religious teaching Congregation in Canada. Testimonies and accolades expressed during the various activities gave witness to the avant-garde pioneers and their work which still continues today. Read about the events offered until the end of the year, highlighting the 175 years since the founding of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary (SNJM).
Archeology month became the framework for an open house during which the public could reconnect with others and learn various details about our SNJM heritage. Several visitors expressed surprise and appreciation for the contribution of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. Details about this successful event