Sister Susan Paweski
Sister Susan entered the Congregation on September 17, 1998.
After the second day of first grade, Sister Susan said she declared she would become a Sister of Providence. She professed final vows in 2005.
Sister Susan has a degree in English and Communications from Mundelein College.
In 2018, she was named Co-Director of the Providence Associate Relationship. Prior to that, she was a fine arts teacher at St. Genevieve School in Chicago.
She has a master’s degree in education from Lewis University in Evanston, Illinois, in addition to a master’s degree in pastoral studies from Loyola University in Chicago. Sister Susan also has a master’s of arts degree in earth literacy from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College.
She said she is an avid movie watcher.
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- In the Footsteps of Saint Mother Theodore Guerin
- Merging parishes and creating community
- A celebration: The Resurrection of Jesus
- Seeking our Saint!
- Celebrating our many foundations this Foundation Day
Sister Susan is featured in the following content on the Sisters of Providence website:
- 23 candidates start the journey to becoming Providence Associates
- Welcome to our 2023 Providence Associates
- The process of becoming a Providence Associate
- Images of God: Providence Community spring retreat 2022
- New Providence Associate Commitment 2021
- The life of Saint Mother Theodore Guerin: a one woman show
- Twenty-three make commitment as Providence Associates
- Updates from the Sisters of Providence summer 2018
- Providence Associate Co-Director Debbie Dillow
- Get to know Sister Sue Paweski, newly named Co-Director for Providence Associates
- Election and inauguration reflections
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