Stories from the Archives
Often, some of the most interesting pieces of history are lost in time. These inviting stories are drawn from the Sisters of Providence Archives and the memories of sisters and friends. They feature the many people and places instrumental in the Sisters of Providence history.
‘The call came, there was a response and a life chosen to live the truth of the Gospel Way began.’ Continue reading
‘She was a very gentle woman. She was never rushed, she just seemed to go. She loved jigsaw puzzles and was so faithful every day.’ Continue reading
‘Mother Theodore had a great devotion to Saint Anne’ Continue reading
‘She had a great zeal for the souls of her pupils, their parents, and of those with whom she came in contact.’ Continue reading
‘Hundreds of sisters experienced her compassion and down to earth common sense.’ Continue reading
Sunday was a joyous occasion for French and U.S. Sisters of Providence, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College staff and alums, and many others, when a bronze statue of Saint Mother Theodore Guerin was dedicated at the motherhouse of the Sisters of Providence Continue Reading »