Sister Carole Kimes
Sister Carole Kimes was born on January 9, 1950 in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
She entered the Congregation initially in 1974, but re-entered in 1980. She professed first vows on July 4, 1983, and final vows no August 15, 1987.
Of her ministries, Sister Carole has served as a teacher, hospice nurse, formation director, caregiver and in pastoral care in a parish. Currently, she ministers as part of the Congregation’s Leadership Team. Prior to that, she was the Director of Pastoral Care at St. Elizabeth Seton in Indianapolis.
Sister Carole said she loved camping and is a vegetarian. At one time, she played the French horn and trumpet. She enjoys watching the Butler Bulldogs and Indiana Pacers as well as the Indianapolis Colts.
Her favorite musician is Neil Diamond.
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Sister Carole is featured in the following content on the Sisters of Providence website:
- A new leadership team for the Sisters of Providence
- Love, mercy, justice: working together to welcome the stranger
- World AIDS Day: Sisters respond to AIDS epidemic, part 2
- Meet Emily: Sister of Providence postulant introduces herself
- Ministry helps older adults not get lost in the parish community
- Sister Carole Kimes
- Sister Carole: a witness of hope
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