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Sculptor and security: Bill Wolfe
Sculptures recently unveiled for public
Sisters offer reaction to college’s co-ed announcement
“This is a decision that is rooted for tomorrow.”
Sister Dorothy Hucksoll (formerly Sister Francis Ellen)
I suspect that God greeted her somewhat in this fashion, “Dorothy, welcome home and thank you! Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.”
Sister Loretta Maureen Gansemer
So much can be said about the gift Loretta was to each of us, and we will meet her often in memory with grateful and happy hearts
Sister Dolores Ann Linhart
Sister Dolores Ann Linhart was a Sister of Providence product all the way
Seven sisters honored for Civil War service
Sisters served at City Hospital, Indianapolis
Sister Rosemary Ward honored as Outstanding Tutor of the Year
“I never expected to receive the award.”
Survivor: Sister Mary Ryan
Sister Mary recalls her battle with cancer
Sister Catherine Arkenberg (formerly Sister Jean Loretto)
From early on, she was a Sister of Providence “product,” having attended Maternity BVM grade school in Chicago and Providence Juniorate High School here at the Woods.
Sisters who served in Civil War to be honored
Dedication celebration set for 1:30 p.m., Saturday, May 2
Sister Mary Esther Lane turns 100!
Sisters celebrate birthdays of Sisters Mary Esther Lane and Sister Agnes Mary Raetz
Sister Agnes Arvin (formerly Sister Agnes Virginia)
Agnes had absolute trust in the God of Providence and was not afraid to try new things.
Jason Moon serves as media relations manager for the Sisters of Providence. Previously, he spent more than 16 years in the newspaper industry.