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Retired sisters share Saint Mother Theodore and her home

By Jena Thralls | October 15, 2015 |

“When I think of the challenges facing our Congregation today … it may seem like all appearances are against a vibrant future. I am called to remember what the six founding sisters faced, and that deepens my faith and trust in Providence.”

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Did you know we need volunteer knitters?

By Cheryl Casselman | July 16, 2015 |

Do you knit or crochet? Would you like to work with alpaca yarn as a volunteer? We would love to talk with you.

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Fuqua Park evolves

By Sister Cathy Campbell | April 20, 2015 |

Sister Jean Fuqua’s decades-long task of revisioning the area around St. Joseph’s Lake at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods and calling others forward to help has resulted in restoration of the habitat and a beautiful space for the sisters to enjoy.

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Sister Ruth Johnson: kinship with creation

By Cheryl Casselman | April 20, 2015 |

“We have forced the planet to supply all our needs and given nothing in return — thus alienating our very life source and now the earth cries out in pain. How can we abandon that cry?”

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My secret life …

By Tom Balduf | April 17, 2015 |

Tom Balduf enjoys his time volunteering with the Sisters of Providence. Especially working in the Reflection Garden and spending time with the alpacas.

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Why do we volunteer?

By Penny Frederick | April 15, 2015 |

Why do Penny Frederick and Stacy Pierce volunteer with the Sisters of Providence? Because it feels good…

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So life affirming and so authentic…

By Will Hine | April 14, 2015 |

Dr. Will Hine shares how his experience as a volunteer for the Sisters of Providence has blessed him in so many ways.

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Providence Associate Jude Magers: walking with the sisters

By Amy Miranda | August 4, 2014 |

“Being a Providence Associate has really helped to center my life,” says Providence Associate Jude Magers. Jude shares her journey as a Providence Associate.

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Volunteering for your future

By Ariane Detamore | April 11, 2014 |

Mandy Lynch has always felt a need to help others. Last summer she volunteered with the Sisters of Providence and it was during this time that she found her passion for nursing home administration, leading her down a new career path.

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“Mother Feodore is my girl”

By Amy Miranda | February 13, 2014 |

“It’s a good way to be connected with the Sisters of Providence and be a part of their mission. I’m happy to help the sisters any way I can,” Providence Associate Michelle Davis said of the associate relationship.

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There are always opportunities to serve

By Sisters of Providence | January 20, 2014 |

On this MLK Day, we remind you of the many volunteer opportunities with the Sisters of Providence.

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Thankful for the friendship of Sister Rosalie Marie Weller

By Judy Meyer | November 27, 2013 |

Providence Associate and volunteer, Judy Meyer, recounts treasured memories with her dear friend, Sister Rosalie Weller.

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When you volunteer for the Sisters of Providence you help continue the mission that Saint Mother Theodore began back in 1840. We help our volunteers find the right opportunity that fits their interests and passions. Some of our volunteers keep a regular schedule and while others help out as their time permits. Volunteering is a great way to meet people, gain experience, and boost your confidence. Volunteer opportunities with the Sisters of Providence include visiting patients in health care, leading tour groups, answering phones, maintaining the grounds, working in the organic gardens, helping with alpacas and assisting at special events. To learn more about volunteering contact Sister Rebecca Keller at 812-535-2878.

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