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Sister Cordelia Moran (formerly Sister Ann de Sales)
“She spent her life using words to give testimony to this word whom she recognized and loved as life and light for all,” said Sister Dawn Tomaszewki in her commentary on the life of Sister Cordelia Ann Moran, who died Feb. 13, 2014.
Providence Food Pantry going strong
Close to one year after a move, the Providence Food Pantry is still going strong.
Sisters of Providence team with Verizon HopeLine
To help prevent domestic abuse, the Sisters of Providence have teamed up with Verizon HopeLine.
Sisters of Providence 2014 Youth Art Contest now accepting entries
Entries are now being accepted for the 2014 Sisters of Providence 8th Youth Art Contest.
Sister Rosalie Cullen, formerly Sister James Clare
The prophet Isaiah proclaims: “Have you not known? Have you not heard? I am the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth. I do not grow tired or weary; my understanding is unsearchable. I give power to the weak, and to those who have no might, I increase strength. The young may…
Sister Bernadetta Ryan
To all who knew her, she was the charming, upbeat person who could uplift your spirit and renew your energy
Sister Stella Marie Langdale
Sister Stella Marie, Mary Langdale, died at Providence Infirmary, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana, on Friday, March 17, 1978, at 3:20 p.m. Wake services took place on Sunday evening, March 19, at 7 p.m. The funeral liturgy was offered at 10 a.m., Monday morning, March 20, by Father Bernard, O.S.B., followed by burial in the convent cemetery….
Sister Madeline Therese McCann
Sister Madeline Therese, Margaret Rose McCann, died suddenly at Corpus Christi Convent in Evansville, Saturday morning, April 20, 1968, of a coronary heart attack. Sister was a native of Joliet, Ill., born March 20, 1903. Her parents were Nora Sullivan and James McCann. She entered the Sisters of Providence in 1921, and taught at St….
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