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Prayer of Reunion

Before Saint Mother Theodore Guerin and other Sisters of Providence left France in 1840 for the United States, the Prayer of Reunion was consistently used by the Congregation.

Sister Paula Modaff at prayer

Throughout the years, changes have been made, including a change during the 2011 General Chapter, which added all who share the charism of Providence as part of the prayer.

Please join the Sisters of Providence and all who share in the charism of Providence by saying this prayer at 3 p.m. daily, wherever you may be.

Prayer of Reunion

The Prayer of Reunion has been in use by the Sisters of Providence since before the sisters left France in 1840 to found the Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Ind., congregation. Small changes have been made over time, including a change made by the 2011 General Chapter to include all who share the charism of Providence as part of the prayer.

We unite with all our sisters
and all who share the charism of Providence,
wherever they may be,
to praise you, our living Father,
present to us in your Word, Jesus Christ,
holy, wise, humble, amiable and merciful.

We give, we consecrate and immolate ourselves
to you and your loving service.

Deign, Lord, to send your Spirit
to receive, possess, purify, enlighten and sanctify our hearts.

O Divine Jesus, keep us yours always.  Amen

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