HOPE is a newsmagazine that extends the energy and power of Providence by sharing information about the mission, spirituality and ministries of the Sisters of Providence. It is published four times a year. All the stories and extra content from HOPE are available here.
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Have you found yourself changed, nurtured, renewed, educated or inspired by time at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods? In this issue of HOPE magazine we explore the experiences of several people who have been touched by these Woods and left strengthened for the journey forward. Continue reading
Inspired. It’s not hard to feel that way after spending time with “retired” Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods. We hope you enjoy this collection of stories highlighting just a few of the amazing, loving, useful ministries carried out by senior sisters and associates. Continue reading
In this issue of HOPE, we’ve pulled out some stories that you may not have expected about Sisters of Providence. Did you know that Sister Kathleen Desautels was featured in an article in Rolling Stone Magazine? Did you know there is a Sister of Providence who is raising a child? Continue reading
“We rely on, rest on, build on ‘that Providence that thus far has never failed us,'” writes General Superior Sister Denise Wilkinson in the Fall 2014 issue of HOPE. In it we look forward and backward, from nearly 175 years of history in the U.S. to the future that lies before us. Continue reading
The summer 2014 issue of HOPE explores the ministries of Sisters of Providence who walk with the people of God through service within the Catholic Church. Continue reading
This issue of HOPE magazine explores how Sisters of Providence use the technology of the time both today and in days past to further the mission of Providence. Continue reading
The Fall 2013 issue of HOPE documents Sisters of Providence sent to serve the people of God in today’s world. Continue reading