Enriching the lives of the elderly: Susan Dinnin
“I view those for whom I care as more than clients – they are friends, persons in whose lives I am invested. I assist them with their physical needs but I also pray with them, bring them Eucharist, and have good conversations with them about whatever interests them at that moment,” Sister Susan Dinnin says of the elderly individuals of who she helps provide in-home care.Read more
Sister Connie Kramer leads retreats for homeless
“It is very profound to me to watch God do for people what they cannot do for themselves,” Sister Connie Kramer says of her work offering retreats for people who are homeless in the Indianapolis area.Read more
Digging deeper: misconceptions and immigration
Let’s take a look at a few common myths related to immigration in the United States.
Myth #1: Ancestors of European Americans endured the same process immigrants to the U.S. face today
The Helping Hands thrift store: making a difference a quarter at a time
An active group of volunteers act as God’s helping hands providing for the local community in West Terre Haute, Indiana by way of a used clothing store. “I see miracles happen every day here,” says Providence Associate Carole Stokes, a volunteer at The Helping Hands thrift store.Read more
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