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Sustainable farms show how Catholics can apply Laudato Si’ to their daily lives

By Jason Moon | June 25, 2021 |

In this recent article from National Catholic Reporter, White Violet Center for Eco-Justice Director Lorrie Heber talks about the Congregation’s sustainable farm and its commitment to climate justice.

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WVC teams with Arts Illiana for anniversary writing contest

By Jason Moon | June 24, 2021 |

‘This project started when we were talking about the 25th anniversary and brainstorming ideas to recognize the milestone’

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Save the date for these upcoming events!

By Jason Moon | June 23, 2021 |

We are excited to once again offer the many events, workshops and more that many people missed out on last year.

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Welcoming our 2021 WVC Summer Interns!

By Sister Mary Montgomery | June 20, 2021 |

I hope you have an opportunity to meet some of them!

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Celebrating World Environment Day

By John-Michael Elmore | June 4, 2021 |

We owe one another a better world. We should listen to each other to find out how we can do that.

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Volunteer Spotlight: Meet Kristen Kimery!

By Jason Moon | May 18, 2021 |

“I get to meet new people and learn more about the alpacas. I love it.”

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Reflecting on Saint Isidore the Farmer Feast Day

By Sister Mary Montgomery | May 14, 2021 |

Let us pray for all farmers, laborers and gardeners who grow food for their families and for the peoples of the world

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Plan to attend this upcoming virtual climate meeting

By Sisters of Providence | April 27, 2021 |

Through our joint effort with CCL, the hope is many will attend the May 1 meeting to learn more about this program proposal, and to show legislators across Indiana that communities are prepared to act to thwart climate change.

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Earth Day should be every day

By Mary Riley | March 31, 2021 |

It can seem a bit daunting but there is still a path for us all to work together to heal our planet

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Leadership Team shares statement from LCWR

By Sisters of Providence | March 30, 2021 |

As women of faith, we are committed to it

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Musings on World Poetry Day

By Lori Strawn | March 21, 2021 |

Today, why not discover the work of a poet you’ve never heard of before?

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Welcoming the Spring Equinox

By Sister Mary Moloney | March 19, 2021 |

As we celebrate Spring Equinox and begin spring gardening chores, we may want to think of gardening as prayer.

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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.

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