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Can we talk about racism?

By William Hughes | September 24, 2020 |

You may be feeling overwhelmed and ask, “What actions can I be part of?” May I offer some suggestions?

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Resources on racism, Black history, anti-racism

By William Hughes | September 24, 2020 |

Enjoy these resources for learning more about anti-racism and Black history

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Why is it so difficult to talk about racism?

By Pearlette Springer | September 24, 2020 |

People of Color internalized their oppression as a means of survival. They developed strategies, actions and emotions to help live within these disadvantages. We learned that we had to be better, try harder, endure more.

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September 27, 2020: Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

By Sara Bennett | September 24, 2020 |

Is there anything you say or do, or fail to do that needs your attention?

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By Sister Paula Damiano | September 23, 2020 |

We learned so much about ourselves as individuals, but had the added benefit of learning about one another.

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By Sisters of Providence | September 21, 2020 |

William LeCroy, who is scheduled to be executed by the federal government at 6 p.m., on Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020, recently sent – through other sources – one of his poems to our very own Sister Barbara Battista, who will serve as his minister of record.

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September 20, 2020: Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

By Sara Bennett | September 17, 2020 |

Who are the workers today? Who is in need of our individual and societal generosity?

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September 13, 2020: Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

By Sara Bennett | September 10, 2020 |

Are you in need of forgiving yourself?

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Join the conversation: systemic racism and wealth, discussing across divides

By Sister Emily TeKolste | September 10, 2020 |

When I started at NETWORK and had the opportunity to participate in the Racial Wealth and Income Gap workshop, my initial reaction was “This is what I’ve been searching for for years to explain systemic racism.”

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Good Shepherd Chapel formally blessed

By Sisters of Providence | September 6, 2020 |

‘This new cemetery celebrates these significant friends of the community and enables us to honor their loved ones during a difficult time.’

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September 6, 2020: Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time

By Sara Bennett | September 3, 2020 |

Ask Providence for help in becoming mindful of your response.

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Complexity of Life and its Dependence on the Environment

By Sisters of Providence Political Engagement Team | August 31, 2020 |

As shepherds, we have the responsibility to protect the long-term living conditions of the planet, including the natural process of biological evolution.

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