Calling your attention to an article under the News tab by Joe Wlodyka, a Barbour Hall grad, 1964 and current Board member for Nazareth Association. It's a look-back on a happening while he was a student and worth a smile or two. Please contact the Association Office after you read it. Your comments would be most welcome.
December 22 a reflective article by Mary Ann Redmond was added to the News tab. Please contact the Association Office and and share your thoughts. Would you be interested in reading more articles like this?
The Nazareth Association was formed to perpetuate the legacy of dedication to excellence in education embodied by the five educational institutions run by the Sisters of St. Joseph (now the Congregation of St.
Joseph): St. Camillus/Borgess School of Nursing, Nazareth Academy, Barbour Hall, Nazareth College, and St. Joseph/Flint School of Nursing. These educational institutions provided more than an
excellent education, they created a community of individuals dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge, personal growth and professional preparation.
If this is your first time visiting our website, welcome! If you are a regular, thank you for your support! We especially want to call your attention to the NEWS section. Click on the News tab on the left and you will see updates on Association activity. Also, under the News Tab you will see a section for NEWSLETTERS. Most of the previous issues of the Nazareth Association News are listed, including the most current edition.
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The members of the Nazareth Association, consisting of alumni, faculty and staff, and friends of the schools once operated by the Sisters of St. Joseph at Nazareth, Michigan, seek to continue the century-old tradition of wholistic human development through reunions and informative programs for the membership, as well as scholarships and grants to memorialize the search for knowledge and service to the world community.
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PO Box 224
Nazareth, MI 49074
Phone: (269) 342-1191