Now, because of covid-19, flights have been canceled, airports are locked down and quarantine is imposed. And so, I have remained in the Philippines with my mother longer than planned.Read more
“Necessity is the mother of invention” – Plato and “The only constant in life is change”-Heraclitus seems to be the collective mantras of everyone these days. We are all trying to adapt rapidly just to keep up and stay safe. Shortly after the beginning of the pandemic, the Sisters of Providence knew they had to…Read more
Imogen Anderson is an exceptional volunteer who is actually a real life exception to the rule. Although the 16-year-old junior at Terre Haute North High School doesn’t yet meet the minimum age requirement to volunteer for the Sisters of Providence, she is able to help the Congregation because she has met the “exception to the…Read more
I was surprised after just the first night how much of a difference the group prayer made for me. I felt lighter, more hopeful. My emotions didn’t feel so crushing. It was like I had been underwater since the start of the quarantine and the group prayer was the first time I had come up for air.Read more
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