Mission in Asia
As we continue our celebration of Chinese New Year, during these two weeks of February, it feels like a very appropriate time to lift up our gratitude for our Sisters of Providence (SP) living and ministering in Asia. As a Congregation, our history in Asia began in 1920, when Bishop Joseph Tacconi asked the SPs Continue Reading »
Chinese New Year 2018 falls on Feb. 16, the first day of the Chinese New Year, the Year of the Dog! The celebration can last for 16 days, starting from the eve of Feb. 16 to the 15th day of the new year. Celebrations Before Chinese New Year’s Eve, house cleaning and food shopping (enough for Continue Reading »
The entire experience was one of the great quadrillion blessings of my life as a Sister of Providence
Miracle Home provides home care services, respite care, meals on wheels, day care services and community services for the elderly
The past is prologue
God comes to me like this all the time
Editor’s note: Sister Anna (Tsai Ping) Fan entered her Canonical Novice year with the Sisters of Providence on Aug. 2. She requested of the Congregation, “I ask to be accepted into the Novitiate to deepen my formation into the charism of the Sisters of Providence, and grow deeper in my spiritual life so that I Continue Reading »
Sisters Editha Ben and Mary Beth Klingel are invited by Sister Anna Ho to a Vietnamese Lunar New Year Mass and celebration in Indianapolis on Feb. 15.
Sister Editha Ben, vocation director for the Sisters of Providence, attends Simbang Gabi novena during Christmas holiday, and shares her experience.
On day three prior to the Oct. 25 public opening of the shrine, I’d like to focus on just three countries that have played a significant role in the 174 years since our foundation in 1840: France, United States and China. From France to America to China, the call to mission is basic to our history.
A peek at Sisters of Providence ministries today.
Sister Denise Wilkinson shares a recent experience that she had in Taiwan, related to Good Friday and Easter.