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Providence teen volunteer grows closer to God by serving others

By Pia Carino | April 23, 2022 |

Volunteering here has helped me reach into the depths of my mind and soul. It has made me realize how much serving my community and making others happy means to me. This experience has made me so much closer to God as I use my God-given gifts to serve.

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Poem: Earth rising

By Sister Ruth Johnson | April 22, 2022 |

It is alive and clings to us in way we have forgotten

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‘But how could we sing a song of the Lord in a foreign land?’

By Sister Ann Casper | April 17, 2022 |

How can we NOT sing our Easter Alleluias?! Even in the midst of all this suffering. Indeed, we must sing because of all this suffering! That is what the paschal mystery is all about!

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The call to be resurrected: What if we made a shield of love?

By Sister Dawn Tomaszewski | April 16, 2022 |

Be resurrected. Hear Jesus call your name.

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What does it mean to love my neighbor as myself? A visit to the border

By Sister Joni Luna | April 7, 2022 |

May I too be a companion to all on the journey home to our Provident God who has blessed me with this gift of abundance. 

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Making sense of warring leaders both made in God’s image

By Sabrina Falls | March 26, 2022 |

Bearing God’s image requires us to love even the Russian dictator. What does this mean for our own response to this situation? What would God have them/us do in this moment?

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Reconnecting with Basilian Sisters in Ukraine

By Sister Maureen Abbott | March 22, 2022 |

Reviving these memories of the beautiful people in a country rooted in a strong Christian heritage makes my heart weep as we pray …

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Father Terry and the subject of being ‘Called’

By Jason Moon | March 4, 2022 |

‘That’s how I stay committed and faithful to my call to the priesthood.’

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Ash Wednesday: The ‘Black Friday’ of the Church year

By Brad Crites | March 2, 2022 |

Sometimes, the liturgical action, in this case receiving ashes, expresses what we struggle to find words to express on our own. Even when we know we’re pulled toward a journey, we may have no idea what direction to take or where the path even is.

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“Racial Justice and the Catholic Church” book review

By Sister Emily TeKolste | February 23, 2022 |

There is so much more Massingale offers for conversation in “Racial Justice in the Catholic Church.” It is worth reading — and perhaps inviting others to join you in a book discussion.

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Smile for the camera!

By Maureen Dickinson | February 17, 2022 |

To learn more about Sister Susanne’s ministry or how you may join in her efforts, contact SPRED

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How to stay active during a pandemic

By Dr. Tricia Pierce | February 3, 2022 |

One mechanism you can use to improve your mental and spiritual health is exercise. Exercise can be beneficial in as little as 10 minutes a day. 

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