Sisters of Providence Blog
Founded by Sister Barbara Ann Zeller, SP, the ministry has provided for multi-generational living experiences
‘Abundance was all I saw, all I felt.’
The list of ways interns at White Violet Center for Eco-Justice can transform themselves and transform the world is long and it includes getting dirty. Check out this short list to see if you can relate.
I would say that if you are looking for a connection with people who care deeply about intimacy with God by following Jesus and standing with those of the edge of society, then become a Providence Associate!
As we continue our celebration of Chinese New Year, during these two weeks of February, it feels like a very appropriate time to lift up our gratitude for our Sisters of Providence (SP) living and ministering in Asia. As a Congregation, our history in Asia began in 1920, when Bishop Joseph Tacconi asked the SPs Continue Reading »
When I first moved to White Violet Center for my internship, I was so nervous. I’ve never been away from home, and never lived with anyone other than my family. I’ve never lived or worked on a farm, never handled chickens or alpacas, and never met a nun. There were a lot of unknowns, but something drew me to the Woods.
Bonds change us, love transforms us. When I arrived back at the Woods I could only thank God for our Saint Mother Theodore. She unites us – sister to sister, sister to associate, associate to associate.
Chinese New Year 2018 falls on Feb. 16, the first day of the Chinese New Year, the Year of the Dog! The celebration can last for 16 days, starting from the eve of Feb. 16 to the 15th day of the new year. Celebrations Before Chinese New Year’s Eve, house cleaning and food shopping (enough for Continue Reading »
They experienced discrimination against native indigenous people whose ancestors had lived there for thousands of years
I’ll repent and forgive
Small acts of kindness matter
Human trafficking continues and one might say it is rampant in the United States and other countries
It may be providential that this year Ash Wednesday falls on Valentine’s Day. While one is a Christian feast day and the other a secular holiday, they have something in common. Both days focus on love. Ash Wednesday focuses on love, you ask? Yes, love! As Christians, and certainly as Catholics, we have thought of Continue Reading »