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Foundation day: a community effort

By Sister Sue Paweski | October 20, 2018 | 3 Comments

Each of the founding sisters brought unique and much needed skills and gifts to the fledgling community. The same is true today; except that our tent is much bigger.

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Restlessness led to liberation as a woman religious

By Sister Sue Paweski | January 31, 2017 | 2 Comments

During my early years in our formation process (nun training), I had to practice responding not reacting. Take a few deep breaths and ask for clarification. Begin a dialogue, not a monologue. Find some level of commonality and move from that point. Bring some sense of hope to situations that seem insurmountable.

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School Daze

By Sister Sue Paweski | October 23, 2015 | 1 Comment

‘Teaching is in my blood’

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Sister Sue has been a Sister of Providence since 1998. She currently ministers as co-director of the Providence Associate relationship with the Sisters of Providence. Prior to that she taught fine arts at St. Genevieve Catholic School in Chicago.

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