Sisters of Divine Providence
Take time this Lent and think about your memories of growing up with the Sisters of Divine Providence.
Our Sr. Nélida Naveros Cordova is featured in the January 2024 issue of Brownstone Living Magazine.
On November 28, visit givebigpittsburgh.com and make a donation to us and/or any of the great participating nonprofit organizations doing wonderful work in our community.
It took some time for Sister Karina Conrad, C.D.P. to find her calling, but today she is part of a life-giving community, and as a therapist she helps others find fuller lives too.
The festival is sponsored, in part, by the Sisters of Divine Providence and La Roche University.
Associate Jane Kerr was with Christian East African Economic Development (CEED) in May 2023 to minister in Hoima and will return to Uganda in July 2023.
Sr. Donna Marie Gribschaw participated in the program this past spring.
The center, established in 2021, offers a variety of classes, workshops and community programs for adults 50 and older, youth and professionals at various stages of their careers.
In March 2023, we renewed our efforts to address the refugee crisis in our country and established the Ketteler House of Refuge on our property at Providence Heights in Allison Park, PA.
Sister Josephine Macias, CDP returned to the land that her own parents migrated from almost 100 years ago to honor their quest for a better life and to be of service to those today who struggle to save their very lives and those of their children.
A warm orange fresh and glowing embraced the new community center where immigrants will now enjoy meals, classes, legal aid, and mental health services.
From March 8-14, 2023, we shine a light on the spirituality, mission and community building of women religious.
Sister Maria Fest, CDP, traveled to San Antonio in February 2023 to minister to migrants who fled difficult and dangerous situations in their countries to find refuge in the U.S.
As you have joined with us to share in our past and our present, we invite you to affirm our community’s Provident future by making a financial gift to support our new residence and health care facility, The Commons at Providence Heights.
La Posada Providencia, founded and sponsored by the Sisters of Divine Providence, is a ministry for people in crisis from around the world who are seeking legal refuge in the country.
The shelter just broke ground on the expansion to accommodate more people at La Posada Providencia.
They began their journey many years ago. Now the staff and partners of La Posada Providencia have brought a new facility to serve immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers from throughout the world seeking safe haven.
Sister Benedicta Ha’s sculpted “The Way of the Cross” was added to the St. Andrew Kim Taegon Oratory, a priceless gem of a church near the Honolulu International Airport.
We celebrate each of our region’s 2022 jubilarians, offering our collective gratitude and blessings to these inspirational women.
Wampanoag Common Lands project seeks to restore former Catholic camp to what it was before European colonization
The 32-acres (13-hectares) are on the banks of the Muddy Pond in Kingston, MA.
We are hiring--and will train--LPNs, Aides, Housekeeping and Maintenance.
An Everyday Hero goes above and beyond, serves as a role model to others and embodies one or more of the Vincentian values in their daily work.