A popular refrain within the Community of Providence is “Sacred Creation” by Rufino Zaragoza, OFM. “Sacred the land, sacred the water, sacred the sky, holy and true. Sacred all life,…Read more
While the world seemingly stands still, it has been reassuring to watch the life cycles of the farm continue to spin on. Winter still turned into spring, which still turned…Read more
As shepherds, we have the responsibility to protect the long-term living conditions of the planet, including the natural process of biological evolution.Read more
A survey of The Nature Conservancy’s reforestation work showed that much of it is associated with water quality co-benefitsRead more
For these reasons and with all due respect we ask you to clarify your much-publicized praise for Mr. Trump’s leadershipRead more
Ecospirituality has been defined as “a manifestation of the spiritual connection between human beings and the environment.” As members of one sacred Earth community, the Sisters of Providence have committed themselves individually and communally to care for our resources and to make decisions regarding their current and future use as they seek to balance their individual and SP communal economic needs with the sustainability needs of Earth community.