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Eating for a Healthier Planet

By Lorrie Heber | October 29, 2019 |

After a dozen years, I can tell you that we eat better than ever.

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Butterflies for immigrant children in detention centers

By Sister Donna Butler | October 28, 2019 |

We invite you to join us in the butterfly project

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Providence Climate Agreement confessionals (and an announcement)

By Sisters of Providence | September 26, 2019 |

We’re still moving forward! Won’t you join us?

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Our Changing Woods

By Sisters of Providence | August 23, 2019 |

Come take a walk in the Woods of Indiana with Sister Rosemary and Dr. Speer

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Climate Change Task Force moving forward!

By Sister Jeanne Hagelskamp | August 1, 2019 |

Please join us in our efforts to save Earth before it is too late

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Integrating art into prayer

By Sister Rosemary Schmalz | May 30, 2019 |

My goal is to offer participants opportunities to do “process art” and with it, suggestions on how to let it guide them in identifying what they yearn for and how the Spirit is leading them to respond

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Breathe in the Woods

By Kimberly Wright | May 17, 2019 |

As we think about spring, let’s reflect for a minute about the effect sunshine can have on our bodies, mind, and spirit

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Friday Food Fast Facts

By Sister Barbara Battista | April 18, 2019 |

Perhaps you are interested in making a long-term commitment to the sustainability of our planet through meatless meals

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Friday Food Fast Facts

By Sister Barbara Battista | April 12, 2019 |

A question to ponder: If beef was more expensive, would you eat as much of it?

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Friday Food Fast Facts

By Sister Barbara Battista | April 5, 2019 |

What if there was one small change you could make that would add up to a big difference for the health of the planet and help you to live healthily? Would you try it?

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Friday Food Fast Facts

By Sister Barbara Battista | March 29, 2019 |

“Greater scarcity of water will lead to an increase in the cost of food and the various products which depend on its use.”

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Friday Food Fast Facts

By Sister Barbara Battista | March 22, 2019 |

We commit ourselves … to live as citizens of Earth community with a common future. We commit to setting specific, measurable personal and group goals for simple living, wise use of Earth’s resources and love for one another

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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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Reducing CO2 emissions

Sister Jeanne Hagelskamp offers up some tips for reducing your carbon emissions.

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Light a candle

Candles are often lit as a way of showing a prayer offering. Tell us what you need and the sisters will light a candle and pray for your intentions.

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