The following groups are committees, departments or ministries of the Sisters of Providence devoted to peace and justice work.

Sisters of Providence Peace with Justice Committee (SPPwJC)

Composed of Sisters of Providence and lay people from various geographic locales, the Sisters of Providence Peace with Justice Committee (SPPwJC)  educates about peace and justice issues, encourages involvement in these issues and sponsors ways to confront injustice.

Corporate Responsibility Committee

The Corporate Responsibility Committee of the Sisters of Providence recommends actions and strategies to the General Council and to the Trustees regarding investments which promote Gospel social principles. The committee also identifies ways to effect change for justice in the policies and operations of corporations in which the Congregation holds investments.

Sisters of Providence Anti-Racism Team

The purpose of the Anti-Racism Team of the Sisters of Providence is to transform the Congregation into an open, inclusive and anti-racist Congregation. The members of the team work to dismantle systemic racism within the Sisters of Providence, our sponsored institutions, places of ministry and the larger society. For more information on the team, email pattyfillenwarth@sbcglobal.net.

The Sisters of Providence have a long history against racism. Learn more here.

Providence Justice Network

The Providence Justice Network is an informal group of Sisters of Providence and lay companions interested in connecting with each other for a yearly educational gathering to promote social justice. The network was initiated during the 1991 General Chapter of the Sisters of Providence to ensure that justice initiatives would not be lost as the Congregation moved from a provincial to a general administrative structure.

Some topics from previous gatherings include:
• The El Puente Project: Immigration, race and advocacy
• Disarming violence: Strategies for peaceful resistance
• Eco-feminism
• Sustainable development and right relationships
• Faithful dissent in the Church