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Join us for some Christmas fun!

‘We’re so happy to welcome back our neighbors in the Wabash Valley and beyond.’

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Sisters to host virtual Advent retreat

The mini-retreat includes an introduction and four sessions.

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Welcome our new Coordinator of Volunteer Services!

‘No one could ever replace Sister Becky, but I am happy to try and fill her shoes.’

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Sisters of Providence announce Christmas prayer and service times

All services are open to the public and to people of all faith traditions

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In-person, virtual Taizé Prayer Service scheduled for December 13

The hour-long service includes prayer, readings, beautiful music and time for silence and reflection

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Teens invited to volunteer with Sisters of Providence

Other teen volunteer opportunities will take place Jan. 14, Feb. 189, March 18 and April 23 in 2023.

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Sisters to host Christmas Fun at the Woods

For more information, call 812-535-2952

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Third session of ‘Faith and the Arts’ set for Dec. 3

Learn how faith can be solidified and amplified by using works of visual arts, drama and poetry

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Sisters schedule two holiday brunches

The brunch offers traditional breakfast favorites and homestyle lunch dishes.

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Celebrating Pastoral Care Week: Meet Sister My Huong Pham

‘In providing spiritual counseling to a patient at the bedside, I feel as if I am performing an act of breaking and sharing the bread of life with that patient.’

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Sisters welcome Providence Hua Mei!

Come out to White Violet Center to see Providence Hua Mei!

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21 persons make commitment as Providence Associates

‘I have grown in relying on God’s Providence and in not being worried about what the future holds.’

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Jason Moon serves as media relations manager for the Sisters of Providence. Previously, he spent more than 16 years in the newspaper industry.