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Earth Day Every Day: Follow the cabbage

By Candace Minster | April 12, 2021 |

It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the food system so I’ve chosen just one crop to follow, from seed to plate.

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Leadership Team shares statement from LCWR

By Sisters of Providence | March 30, 2021 |

As women of faith, we are committed to it

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Leadership Team statement: The Sisters of Providence Stand Against Racism and Misogyny

By Sisters of Providence | March 26, 2021 |

As Sisters of Providence committed to living in right relationship, we acknowledge our own complicity in structural and institutional racism

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Leadership Team shares statement it has signed regarding Atlanta Massacre

By Sisters of Providence | March 25, 2021 |

We encourage all of you to sign the statement as well.

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When God plants a seed

By Cristal Sosa | March 15, 2021 |

It wasn’t until late 2018 when something shifted for me. The thought of being a religious sister changed from unthinkable to an invitation worth considering.

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Journals and Letters week 22: “I am so tired …”

By Amy Miranda | March 6, 2021 |

Mother Theodore had to stay in charge and oversee everyone else. A true “mother.” And on top of all that the bishop keeps causing problem after problem. All of this is compounded by Mother Theodore’s chronic poor health that leaves her ill or weak much of the time.

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Journals and Letters week 20: Drama with the bishop continues

By Sister Ann Casper | February 20, 2021 |

Just when we thought things were going well for Mother Theodore “Back Home in Indiana,” things turn sour again with the bishop. I cannot imagine living with that tense and volatile relationship day after day. It must have been disheartening to say the least!

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Ashes from the pandemic fire: a reflection for Ash Wednesday 2021

By Sister Marsha Speth | February 18, 2021 |

So here we are today with no ashes for our foreheads. Yet it does feel like we are holding a handful of ashes from this past year. We are holding what is left of our lives from this transformation by a pandemic fire. So, I’d like to have us take a moment of quiet to hold in our imaginations these ashes … the experiences of loss, of change, of challenge, of purification, whatever this year has been for you.

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Against gray February skies

By Sister Mary Catherine Keene | February 16, 2021 |

You are the branches …

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Guerin property demolition moving forward

By Sisters of Providence | February 1, 2021 |

Let us commit to “keeping Guerin alive” through our continued relationships with one another and through living the values of love, mercy and justice that were the foundation of a Guerin education

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Leadership statement: OUTBREAK of COVID-19 at Sisters of Providence, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods

By Sisters of Providence | January 26, 2021 |

We ask that people continue to pray for all people who have been afflicted with this virus and affected by the pandemic.

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Journals and Letters week 16: Welcome support

By Sister Ann Casper | January 23, 2021 |

Our present benefactors mirror these early supporters of our mission — a caring woman, a priest, two prominent businessmen — all in their own way enabling the mission and moving it forward by their talents and contributions.

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