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Newsnotes from winter 2023 HOPE magazine

By Sisters of Providence | January 12, 2023 |

Catch up on the latest news and happenings from the Sisters of Providence!

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Sisters of Providence presence expanding at the border

By Sister Denise Wilkinson | January 12, 2023 |

Although Tracey’s enthusiasm for her ministry never waned, “the distance and separation from community and family had been hard. I knew I would need support from my sisters … so I extended an invitation to join me here in Nogales.” Sisters Marilú Covani, SP, and Nancy Bartasavich, SP, accepted that invitation.

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Sisters of Providence provide leadership

By Sister Jeanne Hagelskamp | January 12, 2023 |

“We … know Sister Jenny as a faithful daughter of Providence, someone whose own life experiences, like your own, have called her to let go in order to let something new come. Thank you, Victory Noll Sisters, for inviting us into your lives.”

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A new way to raise consciousness and funds to combat climate change

By Sister Cathy Campbell | January 12, 2023 |

We hope this stewardship will bring many benefits to the community and the planet. At the very least, it will make us each more aware of how individual choices affect the vitality of the planet and help us to acquire some funds to mitigate the effects of climate change.

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Why the Providence Community?

By Amy Miranda | January 12, 2023 |

“I feel drawn to Mother Theodore’s zeal, courage, caring and loving, especially her complete trust in the Providence of God. I want to grow deeper in my love for God and in the zeal to serve others as a Sister of Providence following the legacy of Mother Theodore.”

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The surprising life of Sister Paula Damiano

By Sister Janet Gilligan | January 12, 2023 |

A favorite quote of Sister Paula’s is from the Persian poet Hafiz: “True art makes the divine silence in the soul break into applause.”

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Donors, you bless us beyond words!

By Diane Weidenbenner | January 12, 2023 |

Your generosity abounded! We raised a total of $30,772 from 110 gifts. We had first-time gifts from 13 people, including seven brand-new friends to the Congregation.

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Archives: telling our story of living the Gospel

By Sister Janet Gilligan | September 14, 2022 |

From the beginning, recording and preserving our story has been an essential element of our ministry.

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The heart of the matter: getting in touch with the Gospel of love

By Fr. Terry Johnson | September 14, 2022 |

The heart of God is alive and well in all of us as we live love, mercy, and justice each day!

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Sisters continue care for neighbors in need

By Jason Moon | September 14, 2022 |

And after all these years ministering to the community, both Sisters Dorothy and Joseph feel like it is time to move on. But these sisters’ retirement does not mean the Sisters of Providence will no longer be serving their neighbors in need.

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Sister Paula Modaff: moving closer and closer to God

By Amy Miranda | September 14, 2022 |

Where is Sister Paula in her own relationship with God these days? “For the longest time now, I experience God as reality. Whatever is happening, that is the holy,” she says.

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Newsnotes from fall 2022 HOPE magazine

By Sisters of Providence | September 14, 2022 |

Catch up on some recent news and updates from the Sisters of Providence. Featured in the fall 2022 issue of HOPE magazine.

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