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Providence Community commits to develop Laudato Si’ Action Platform

By Sister Cathy Campbell | January 12, 2022 |

The commitment that Sister Dawn signed on behalf of the Providence Community states, among other points, that the Sisters of Providence are willing “To take up the urgent appeal of Laudato Si’ to listen and respond to the lurings of Providence to attend to the cry of the Earth and the cry of the poor by making it a community priority.”

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Laudato Si’ Platform Commitment Statement

By Sisters of Providence | October 22, 2021 |

This commitment is made in love, mercy and justice, knowing that we are participating in God’s Providential work of transformation, and trusting in “that Providence that so far has never failed us.”

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Redecorating our Guest Room

By Lorrie Heber | October 20, 2021 |

This process will reinvigorate the existing growth

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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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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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Earth Day Every Day: What smoking and climate change have in common

By Lorrie Heber | April 19, 2021 |

We’re on the front lines of perhaps the biggest battle of our lives: climate change and the need to dramatically reduce carbon emissions by shifting energy generation from fossil fuels to renewables like solar and wind. Again, vested interests in the coal, oil and gas industries have undertaken major campaigns for decades now to preserve their industries.

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Earth Day Every Day: How land, animals, plants and poop are all connected

By John-Michael Elmore | April 5, 2021 |

It all starts when our alpacas lift their tails. A journey begins that has a shared ending: the restoration of our land.

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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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Our Letter to President Biden

By Sisters of Providence | February 7, 2021 |

‘We stand with you especially in your commitment to prioritize climate change solutions.’

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‘Tis the Season of Visions and Dreams

By Sister Marilyn Kofler | December 17, 2020 |

We invite your support and encouragement by adding your name to this letter

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Leadership Team shares statement on United States exit from Paris Climate Agreement

By Sisters of Providence | November 5, 2020 |

Note: The following statement was crafted by several national faith organizations. The Leadership Council of Women Religious (LCWR), of which the Congregation is a member, also joined in sharing their…

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White Violet Center: Though the world may pause, life always moves forward

By Libby Robinette | September 9, 2020 |

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…

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