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Technology and sisters: a natural fit?

HOPE-cover-webHave you ever wondered what types of old and new technology you might find in a walk through the convent at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods? Have you heard about the three Sisters of Providence who meet daily via Skype to pray together? What about online prayer requests you submit on the Sisters of Providence web site, what do you think happens with them?

Learn about these and more in the just-off-the-press issue of HOPE magazine, the Sisters of Providence quarterly news magazine. The Winter 2014 edition explores the Sisters of Providence use of technology as tools for their mission of love, mercy and justice.

Peruse a timeline of technology milestones for the Sisters of Providence. Read a sister’s reflection on spirituality and technology. Learn about sisters’ use of technology in education and much more.

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Amy Miranda

Amy Miranda is a Providence Associate of the Sisters of Providence and a staff member in their Mission Advancement office. Amy is a 1998 graduate of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College. She currently manages the SP publication HOPE and works on marketing support for Providence Associates, new membership and Saint Mother Theodore Guerin.

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3 Comments

  1. Tina Slininger Proctor on January 26, 2014 at 1:02 am

    I just saw a picture of the oldest Sister of Providence in the latest HOPE magazine. Her name is Sister Rosalie Marie Weller. Did she ever teach at Saint Anthony of Padua in Los Angeles? If so, I was in her 1st grade class and am now 58 years old!! I loved her! She made a huge impact in my spirituality even as a 1st grader!

  2. Amy Miranda on January 27, 2014 at 10:16 am

    Hello Tina,

    Sister Rosalie Marie Weller spent most of her years of ministry as a cook in Indiana and Illinois. She served as a cook at Providence in Chicago from 1956-58. So it must have been a different sister. Thanks for your comment. I’ll ask around and see if another sister remembers a sister with a similar name who may have taught at St. Anthony of Padua in the 1950s.

    • Tina Slininger Proctor on January 29, 2014 at 9:38 am

      Thanks Amy! I’m disappointed Sister Rosalie is not my first grade teacher, but happy and grateful for the memory of my dear teacher! 🙂 I was in 1st grade in 1961-62, so thanks for checking on that. Later, I attended Marywood High School in Orange, but I always see pictures of Sisters who had taught there.

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