Advocacy & Action
“We understand Providence as God’s care for all of creation. And, so, this loving, Provident God set forth into motion this web of life. And we’re called to be co-creators with that God to sustain and nourish that life.”
Today the biggest need is treating problems of addiction and their impact on individuals and the family systems of which they are a part. One hundred percent of the referrals that we are receiving for services for families are linked to the need for addiction recovery, especially from opioids and heroin.
It was so strange to stand outside the place where Sonia was detained
The TPS program is designed to protect people from being returned to harm
‘Let us remember his willingness to give everything, even his life, that justice might prevail on Earth.’
Here are some ways White Violet Center for Eco-Justice staff members and Sisters of Providence are teaching, caring and inspiring for all creation in the upcoming weeks: NAACP Food Justice panel discussion, Vigo County Food Summit, alpacas visiting the library and Providence Health Care, and March for Science.
‘Abundance was all I saw, all I felt.’
We pray, too, that as individuals, as communities, and as a nation, we will grow in our practice of nonviolence so that, together, we can create a more just a peace-filled society.
They experienced discrimination against native indigenous people whose ancestors had lived there for thousands of years
Human trafficking continues and one might say it is rampant in the United States and other countries
TPS holders are our neighbors and friends
The Leadership Team of the Sisters of Providence has signed on to this letter, which will be sent to Indiana’s Senators and Representatives regarding the Dream Act. According to the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, letters will be sent to Congressional delegations in six states, including Missouri, Michigan, Indiana, Florida, Virginia and Pennsylvania. When you Continue Reading »