What inspires you?
For the Sisters of Providence a belief in, and dependence upon, Providence is central to our faith. Providence is simply another name for God’s loving care in our lives and in the world. Our foundress Saint Mother Theodore Guerin had a deep love for Christ and the Eucharist, which the sisters also carry forward today. Perhaps Providence has brought you here to be inspired and to thus inspire others?
Let us help support you in your journey of faith.
We’d love to offer prayer support for you or a loved one in need. Perhaps you’d like to meet with a sister who can offer wisdom and journey with you?
Environmental and social justice
Do you wish to join with other like-minded persons to support the marginalized?
We are called to respect and care for all of God’s Creation to preserve a vibrant earth community for future generations. We have honored the spirit that has brought us forth as interconnected and interdependent reflections of the God of Providence in sacred relationship with all life. Justice relates to all parts of the web of life – social, economic and environmental.
Join us for a special Easter Sunday Brunch, scheduled for 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 21, in O’Shaughnessy Dining Room, located at Providence Spirituality & Conference Center. Take the opportunity to enjoy the extended menu, featuring all-time favorites such as shrimp cocktail, carved prime rib, raspberry pork loin, side dishes, homemade desserts…Read More
Christ is risen! Join the Sisters of Providence to celebrate the gift of Resurrection of the Christ and the joy of Easter at 11 a.m. in the Church of the Immaculate Conception. For more information...
Are you a 12 to 18 years old? Share your time with the Sisters of Providence at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods Visit with elder sisters and help them with activities such as Bingo, exercise, baking. Share your...
The Wabash Valley’s largest and longest running Earth Day celebration featuring food, fun, crafts, activities and education for the entire family, all focused on care for creation, especially our Earth. Oh, and of course alpacas!...