The Leadership Team and Justice Promoter wanted to share this message from the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR): Dear Friends, Congress must decide by Dec. 7, 2018, how to fund the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for the rest of fiscal year 2019. Right now is a critical time for people of faith and…Read more
In 1993, Sister Carole Kimes was ministering as a hospice nurse in Indianapolis. “One of my patients who touched me most was Bill,” said Sister Carole. “He taught me how those living with AIDS were alienated from others due to fear. He taught me about loving the person and not fearing the person because of diagnosis.”Read more
The Leadership Team and many Sisters of Providence have joined more than 4,000 persons who have already pledged to support asylum seekers. Won’t you join us? We want to share with you this message from the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR): The administration’s presidential proclamation and interim final rule which prevents immigrants who enter the U.S.…Read more
The Leadership Team and Justice Promoter wanted to share with you this updated message from the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR): Dear Friends, If you haven’t already we hope you’ll make your own comment on the administration’s harmful Public Charge rule before the December 10 deadline. If you’ve already made your comment, can you…Read more
“It struck me as something I would be very interested in. I was attracted to the fact that it was a place for people who are alienated,” Sister Marilyn Therese Lipps remembered thinking after reading about a new center opening up in the 1980s in response to the local AIDS crisis.Read more
As a community dedicated to advocating for the marginalized, we Sisters of Providence join our voices with others in speaking out about many peace and justice issues of great importance in our world. Learn more about justice concerns dear to our hearts here.