The Sisters of Providence consider as partners in our life and mission those individuals who share the unique spirit and gift of Providence. These partners say “yes” to God’s action in their lives and sense that they are somehow co-creators with God in bringing about a loving, merciful and just world. They do this through prayer, education, service, advocacy and financial support in whatever circumstances of life they find themselves.
Some partners have a more intentional relationship as Providence Associates and make a formal commitment which they renew for a year initially and then periodically, if and as they wish.
Giving of your time is another way to partner with us through Volunteer Services. At Saint-Mary- of-the- Woods and elsewhere volunteers serve in administrative departments and sponsored ministries and institutions. These volunteers serve as receptionists, tour guides, carpenters, visitors, tutors, companions and drivers and in countless other capacities where time, talents and skills are shared.
Still others partners share financial resources and/or gifts-in- kind. Ways to give
Because our work depends on God’s Providence we welcome as partners in our life and mission those who pray for us and the needs of our sponsored institutions and ministries, our staff members, Providence Associates, volunteers and our financial benefactors.
Your contributions will help the Sisters of Providence live on and serve into the future. Your donation will support the education and spiritual guidance our newest members receive to prepare them to bring love, mercy and justice to a world in need. Sisters of Providence work among people who struggle, offering them hope. Sisters of Providence create and run programs to help people who lack resources: educational, spiritual, economic, emotional. Your donation prepares women to serve people in need. Continue reading
The Mission Advancement staff loves to receive information from our donors about their connections to the Sisters of Providence. Joseph Krumme certainly has such a connection, dating back 60 years when he was taught by Sister Rose Marita Riordan (RIP) Continue Reading »
In Marion Rapp’s 1987 Christmas letter to the sisters, she wrote “I met the sisters, for the first time, when I entered the first grade class at Our Lady of Mercy grammar school. On my part, it was a matter of love-at-first-sight, a long-lasting love.” Continue reading
“I am very grateful to those who contribute to the Ministry Fund and make it possible for me to be in this place to minister,” Sister Maureen said. Continue reading
As the Providence Cristo Rey High School in Indianapolis marks the end of its 10th year of operation, it seemed only fitting that we share some of the many “success stories” of its graduates. Continue reading
“My mind and my heart have been stretched and made more pliable through the formation process. And I know that I am loved. And the fact that I am loved calls me to love as well,” Sister Dina Bato said. Continue reading
Thank you so much for your sharing. It is such a blessing to learn about your connections to our mission and to read your stories. Continue reading
We invite you to be part of God’s mission for the Sisters of Providence. To collaborate with us by supporting that mission with your donation of time, talent or treasure. We are blessed that our invitation to support our mission of outreach is providentially answered through you. Continue reading