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Remembering a friend

By Connie McCammon | March 17, 2011 |

This blog is written from my heart about a woman who was more than a colleague, but a friend. You see, I have been privileged to work for and with…

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Women’s History Month: Such speed!

By Connie McCammon | March 15, 2011 |

“The Eighth American Saint” describes the railroad experience of Mother Theodore and her traveling companions: “They rode to Philadelphia on the South Amboy and Camden Railroad, opened only a few…

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Women’s History Month: France disappears over the horizon

By Connie McCammon | March 10, 2011 |

“The Eighth American Saint” describes the feelings of Saint Mother Theodore as her ship leaves France: “At last, on July 27, the hour they had both hoped for and dreaded…

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Women’s History Month: China or Russia? Yes. New World? No.

By Connie McCammon | March 8, 2011 |

“The Eighth American Saint” describes some of the feelings Mother Theodore had about leaving her beloved France for the New World: “Sister Theodore, on a short trip to Soulaines to…

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Women’s History Month: God chooses the humble

By Connie McCammon | March 3, 2011 |

Like any human, Saint Mother Theodore had her doubts about her upcoming mission to the New World. “The Eighth American Saint” describes her feelings: “What chiefly troubled her [Saint Mother…

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Women’s History Month: Thank goodness she said no!

By Connie McCammon | March 1, 2011 |

Prior to her entrance into the Sisters of Providence of Ruillé, France, Anne-Thérèse Guerin (aka Saint Mother Theodore) did have a few suitors. “The Eighth American Saint” describes an encounter…

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General Superior summons foundress to support new SMWC president

By Dave Cox | February 25, 2011 |

Sister Denise Wilkinson, general superior of the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, offered the following comments during the announcement of a new president for Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, Dr. Dottie…

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Letters from the battlefield

By Connie McCammon | February 22, 2011 |

As we rapidly approach the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War, Wabash Valley Visions & Voices is putting the final touches on a special collection celebrating and…

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You never know what you’ll discover

By Connie McCammon | January 26, 2011 |

You never know what topic will be addressed on the Wabash Valley Visions & Voices blog. Take for instance the latest post. It’s a 1905 photograph of the Allen Chapel…

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Providence Hall: a grand structure

By Connie McCammon | January 19, 2011 |

Did you know that Providence Hall: was built after a horrific fire on Feb. 7, 1889, burned down the convent built by Saint Mother Theodore Guerin? has been “green” long…

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Throw it on the Fire

By Jessi McGuire Blessinger | November 30, 2010 |

It had been one of those days: my 3 year old was tearing up and down the aisles of our grocery store despite my protests, my newborn was issuing plaintive…

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‘The little Indian of the northern Lakes’

By Connie McCammon | November 12, 2010 |

“Here we see the little Indian of the northern Lakes becoming one of the Torch-bearers of Christian education in southern Indiana and a notable factor in the expansion of St.…

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