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Rosaline Secrest: Prayer, support and social justice

This Rooted for Tomorrow story was contributed by Rosaline Secrest for the 175th anniversary of the Sisters of Providence arriving in Indiana.

Rosaline Secrest (pink shirt, back row) with her Pax Christi group of Sisters of Providence, Providence Associates and friends.
Rosaline Secrest (pink shirt, back row) with her Pax Christi group of Sisters of Providence, Providence Associates and friends.

For more than 30 years, I have been blessed to join with Sisters of Providence in a local Pax Christi group. We get together monthly to pray and support each other with our various social justice concerns. In this photo we are celebrating at our annual picnic.

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The Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana, are a congregation of Roman Catholic women religious (sisters) who minister throughout the United States and Taiwan. Saint Mother Theodore Guerin founded the Sisters of Providence in 1840. The congregation has a mission of being God's Providence in the world by committing to performing works of love, mercy and justice in service among God's people.

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