Posted by: newenglandarchivist | February 20, 2014

Ipswich Novitiate Dedication

Ipswich Novitiate Aerial View

On July 4, 1962, the completed novitiate in Ipswich, Massachusetts was dedicated. Opened just a few months before the Second Vatican Council was convened, the building was to house the dozens of postulants and novices who were entering the Sisters of Notre Dame. Today, it houses the Ipswich Province administration and the Congregational Mission offices. The building and grounds are also available for retreats.

As part of the Dedication, the Pilot newspaper published a special issue devoted exclusively to the Novitiate and the Sisters of Notre Dame. Ipswich Dedication Newspaper


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