This Christmas, as we celebrate the birth of the promised Christ Child, remembering His plight as a homeless refugee, may we open our hearts and our homes to all of those seeking safe havens.
We are happy to share our Fall 2023 newsletter.
We are happy to share our Spring 2023 newsletter.
We look back on 2022 with wonder on all we experienced, with gratitude for all we sustained, and with hope for all that the future promises.
We are happy to share our Fall 2022 newsletter.
We are happy to share our Summer 2022 newsletter. In this issue, Sister Michele Bisbey shares how she is emerging from what her family in Ireland refers to as "pandemic cocooning."
We look back on 2021 with wonder on all that we experienced, with gratitude on all that we survived and, most importantly, with hope on all the future promises.
As we prepare for the coming of Jesus during Advent, we will keep candles in our windows through January 6, 2022, and we invite you to do the same.
We are happy to share our Summer 2021 newsletter. In this issue, we recall the May 30, 1926, blessing ceremony of the three bells at Providence Heights and its meaning for us today.
We are happy to share our Winter 2021 newsletter. In this issue, we make a stand, along with Associates and more than 1,300 leaders of Catholic Sisters throughout the United States, to repair our democracy. Also included is our challenge to end hunger and our timeless message of Christmas.
Thank you for your continued prayerful and financial support of our ministries and mission.
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For many years, the Sisters of Divine Providence have marked the Advent season with white lights in our windows recalling the Gospel words: "The light shines in the darkness." The candles signify our promise of hospitality to all who come to our doors. This year, when the bleak pandemic seems to have changed everything, our candlelight has changed, too—from the quietness of white to the uplifting vibrancy of primary colors.
In this issue, we are reminded of a Providential and abiding Presence in these troubling times of COVID-19, violence and racism.