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What does it mean to love my neighbor as myself? A visit to the border

By Sister Joni Luna | April 7, 2022 |

May I too be a companion to all on the journey home to our Provident God who has blessed me with this gift of abundance. 

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Providence Community Spring Retreat 2022 – Images of God

By Amy Miranda | March 11, 2022 |

How do you visualize the Divine? Our perception of God colors how we view our world. Members of the Providence community: Providence Associates, candidate-associates and Sisters of Providence are invited…

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Come and See life as a Sister of Providence

By Jason Moon | March 9, 2022 |

The free retreat weekend will take place beginning at 7 p.m., EST, on Friday, April 8, and concluding at 2 p.m., on Sunday, April 10 at spirit-filled Saint Mary-of-the-Woods.

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Ash Wednesday: The ‘Black Friday’ of the Church year

By Brad Crites | March 2, 2022 |

Sometimes, the liturgical action, in this case receiving ashes, expresses what we struggle to find words to express on our own. Even when we know we’re pulled toward a journey, we may have no idea what direction to take or where the path even is.

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Celebrating Puzzles!

By Sister Donna Butler | January 29, 2022 |

What activities help you to calm yourself during this pandemic?

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Sisters of Providence officially install new leadership

By Jason Moon | January 24, 2022 |

They plan to conduct a broader celebration of the installation later this year

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Hail Mary full of grace, come meet a sister face-to-face: Sister Arrianne Whittaker

By Amy Miranda | January 14, 2022 |

Have you ever met a young Catholic Sister? Have you ever had a chance to hear her story and ask her questions about her life? Well here is your chance!

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Newsnotes from the Sisters of Providence winter 2022

By Sisters of Providence | January 12, 2022 |

A restored lake, a new postulant, a new alpaca and new Providence Associates. Catch up on all that is new with the Sisters of Providence.

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Looking racism in the eye: there is still much to do

By Sister Ann Margaret O'Hara | January 12, 2022 |

My home town was a small city that did not permit African-Americans within the city limits after dark. The deed to our house did not allow us to sell our house to anyone of African-American descent.

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Woods Core Class brings students, sisters together

By Sister Donna Butler | January 12, 2022 |

I shared with them information about our spirituality, our current ministries, justice efforts and values. I answered their questions about religious life and shared my personal experience of this life.

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A new leadership team for the Sisters of Providence

By Jason Moon | January 12, 2022 |

The Chapter meeting culminated in the election of the Congregation’s Leadership Team of the next five years.

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Anti-Racism: the Providence Community’s justice focus for 2021-2026

By Sister Paula Damiano | January 12, 2022 |

We commit to partnering with other groups in prayer, education, action and advocacy to: explore the systemic roots of racism in our countries and in our own lives; identify areas of our lives in which we may be complicit with racist attitudes and actions …

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