With the upcoming Fall Architectural Tour at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods coming soon, we thought it might be of interest to take a look at some of the buildings that contributed to the National Register of Historic Places. Among those buildings is the Church of the Immaculate Conception. In her book, “The History of the Sisters of…Read more
‘Sister was gentle – and in her gentleness, she possessed strength.’Read more
“I believe people of faith are being called to take the lead and imagine how we can be together — how we can offer alternatives to hate and division.” Sister of Providence Tracey Horan and her justice ministry at Faith in Indiana.Read more
‘I guess that is why I am called to be a Sister of Providence … the journey has certainly called me to place my faith in Providence.’Read more
Christmas came early for William F. and Katherine Sharkey Maher with the birth of their daughter Jean Anne on December 24, 1932, in Chicago. Jean Anne was one of five children. Two brothers, Joseph and Thomas, both of whom predeceased her, and two sisters, Patricia, who is also deceased, and Celeste, who is unable to…Read more
Elaine loved being outdoors. She loved being by the waterRead more
On the third anniversary of the release of Pope Francis’ encyclical, Laudato Si, the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana, along with close to 600 United States Catholic institutions have declared “We Are Still In,” regarding the Paris Climate Accord. The sisters and other religious Congregations of women and men, along with dioceses, health…Read more
Jason Moon serves as media relations manager for the Sisters of Providence. Previously, he spent more than 16 years in the newspaper industry.