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Sister Janice Smith on life as a Sister of Providence

Sister Janice Smith shares about her life and the Sisters of Providence in 6 short video clips.

Sister Janice Smith shares about her life and the Sisters of Providence in six short video clips.

“I love the way our sisters think to the future,” says Sister Janice Smith in one of six short video clips now posted on our website.

“What I like about being at the Sisters of Providence and what excites me about it is I’m never standing still. … We’re continually calling and challenging ourselves to how we relate to our God and how we relate to the world,” Sister Janice says.

Sister Janice shares about how she came to be a Sister of Providence and her life before entering. She talks about living the vows the poverty, chastity and obedience and she tells a little about the formation process to become a Sister of Providence.

Watch the videos here.

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Amy Miranda is a Providence Associate of the Sisters of Providence and a staff member in their Advancement Services 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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1 Comment

  1. Ann Clem on March 22, 2014 at 4:21 pm

    What a fantastic summary of Sr. Janice Smith’s journey, to becoming a Sister of Providence! She had so much to say, even to those of us, who are not part of the community. We are all seeking the best way to express our relationship with God through our daily lives.

    She was right about choosing the best community of sisters, those who are looking to the future. Even though I was part of the Sisters for only 6 years, it was the best foundation for the rest of my life.

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