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We need their love for God: sisters influence former student’s lifework

“I have always said the Sisters of Providence were such a great influence on me as far as being an independent woman. They were very alive in the community and they shared themselves with us. They cared about the poor. And they cared about us. I just had a fabulous experience at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College largely because of them,” Kathy said.

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School children’s cards, donation brighten sisters’ day

St. Paul School children in Valparaiso, Indiana gifted the sisters with cards and donations during Catholic School’s week. We loved them! We hope you enjoy them, too.

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HOPE summer 2018 — Growing into our future

In this issue of the Sisters of Providence HOPE magazine, we explore how we are growing into our future together. Through service and ministry, support from donors like you, new developments and old relationships, together we are making a difference. Find our latest annual report as well!

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Mother Theodore the leader

Saint Mother Theodore Guerin was a true leader. She led by inspiring others. “The sweetness and patience of our dear Mother opened all hearts to her, and once in possession of a heart, she could lead the will to the most heroic acts of virtue,” described Sister Anastasie Brown, a former student and member of…

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The woman behind the saint

Saint Mother Theodore Guerin was an immigrant, stood up to injustice, endured poverty, lived with chronic health problems and more. Through her own words, which have been published in Journals and Letters of Mother Theodore Guerin, we are able to see the woman behind the saint and why she continues to lead and inspire people worldwide.

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Wisdom from recently retired Director of Providence Associates Sister Diane Mason

It has been a very privileged ministry! — working closer with the women and men who have the sincere desire to deepen their own Providence Spirituality. I’ve been wonderfully impacted by watching them grow and unfold into human beings who are carrying the spirit of Providence within their own minds and hearts.

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Providence Associate Co-Director Debbie Dillow

There is a sense of community among the associates and sisters in this relationship. We support each other via prayer, local gatherings in circles and virtually as we add to our spirituality. This is a journey not only with the Divine but also with people of like mind. As Providence Associates we bring love, mercy and justice to the people we encounter in our everyday lives.

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Get to know Sister Sue Paweski, newly named Co-Director for Providence Associates

Have you heard? Sister Sue Paweski was recently named co-director of the Providence Associate relationship. Get to know Sister Sue, in her own words, here!

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Keep on being sisterly: school children support sisters with cards and money

Several weeks ago we received a large envelope with cards, drawings and notes from the students and staff there. It also included a donation of $674 to support the Sisters of Providence! We are so grateful for the financial and moral support.

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Virtual spiritual pilgrimage of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods

Take a spiritual and historic walk around some of the sacred spaces at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods from the comfort of your armchair. We hope you enjoy reflecting on these sacred Woods.

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HOPE winter 2018 — The bonds that unite us

With so much division in our world, it can be easy to lose sight of that which unites us. In this issue of HOPE, we would like to focus on what brings us together. Our shared world. Our roots and history, perhaps. Prayer, spirituality, communing with one God. Friendship. Community. Let us take some time now to focus on these bonds that unite us.

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For Sister Suzanne, prayer is life

“Prayer is all-permeating, inclusive. Prayer is ingrained in me.”
“Each day is a gift,” she says.

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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.