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Open House commemorating 175 years of SNJM presence

This occasion provides the wonderful opportunity to discover or rediscover aspects of our national heritage through the presence of the Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary which is celebrating 175 years of existence.  An open house, guided visits, thematic tours dedicated to heritage, a spiritual component and a presentation related to the beatification of Mother Marie-Rose Durocher are part of the program of this day which is open to everyone.  Discover the details of this day. . .

Tasting taffy on snow at Maison Jésus-Marie

On a beautiful afternoon in March, a "sugar shack" activity was organized by the Recreation Committee from Maison Jésus-Marie, with the help of Chef Jacques Jodoin. The latter had prepared, among other things, trays of snow stored in the refrigerator, to provide what was needed for this tasting of syrup poured over the snow. 

In the open area on the 2nd floor of Pavillon Saint-Charles, the Sisters and guests for the day were able to satisfy their “sweet tooth”. No fewer than 70 people enthusiastically participated in this most enjoyable activity.

It was an opportunity, thanks to the information provided by the organizing committee, for some to recall good memories of past sugar shack visits as well as for others to discover its origin and the process of manufacturing various maple products.  See the photos.

“The importance of knowledge… »

Invited to speak on International Women's Day, Lise Leduc, a lawyer, took the opportunity to speak of her gratitude for the education she received from the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, who instilled in her a passion for learning. A look back at this event which took place in Beauharnois...

Three young musicians offer a wonderful performance

On the occasion of International Women's Day, three young girls under the age of 10 from the same family, presented a concert in two of the community rooms at Maison Jésus-Marie. They brought delight to the hearts of the Sisters in attendance. This activity was organized by the Recreation Committee of Maison Jésus-Marie. To learn more…

Preventing the brain from deteriorating by pursuing learning at any age

The Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary (SNJM) have twice hosted Geneviève Ling, as a speaker on a current topic: aging and ways to maintain and foster the development of cognitive abilities at any age.  In presenting her theory on aging, Ms. Ling has succeeded in clarifying several notions while providing helpful hints. To learn more…