Sisters of Divine Providence
There was the Spirit of St. Louis. But before that, there were the spirits of St. Louis.
The Sisters of Divine Providence in Las Cañitas have embodied the spirit of the Congregation’s founders to help the poor by committing to live among them.
The book, by Barbara McMullen, CDP, is about ordinary life and the way it unpacks itself in each of us.
Beginning February 12, billboards will feature the Sisters that invite us all to “Pray. Act. Be the Change.”
We are surviving. No light, water or internet.
We are now able to connect by cell phone with our Sisters in Bayamon.
Today was a new day with its own challenges.
Water with Blessings is sending water filters, training materials and water storage containers to our Sisters in Puerto Rico so they can help others who are suffering.
—Sister Ana Lydia
No light, no water, no rest, no progress.
We appreciate everyone interested in our well-being and all the supplies everyone is sending.
We still do not have electricity in our Arecibo convent.
There is electricity in our Arecibo convent tonight!
Peggy passed away January 27, 2018, following a brief illness.
Since my arrival here on December 14, 2017, I spent time with the Sisters first in Bayamón and then in Arecibo, where I call home.
—Sister Donna Marie
On January 11th the Lord called an earthly angel home.
More than 100 days after Puerto Rico's Hurricane Maria, Divine Providence Sr. Elsa Medina said the "situation is still very difficult": Some communication is still out and many people are without drinkable water.
We thank you and all of our supporters who responded so generously to help our Sisters in Puerto Rico following the devastation of Hurricane Maria.
Sister Donna Tracy, a member of the Sisters of Divine Providence Congregation, was 19 years old when she decided to dedicate her life to God as a religious sister.
Divine Providence nuns living without electricity and water
Inspired by the story of Saint Frances Cabrini’s miniature boats and make-believe missionaries, Sister Hillary Hooks dedicated her life to God by becoming a religious sister at age 18.
From Miami, to the Sisters of Divine Providence in Pittsburgh, Sisters Karina Conrad has embraced a lifelong journey of seeking God.
We are raising money for our Sisters in Puerto Rico to make sure they have all they need to continue their community life and ministries on the island.
They have shown tremendous courage, initiative, and resiliency throughout the ordeal of hurricane Irma and the devastating, hurricane Maria.
The recent hurricanes in the Caribbean have devastated the families of many of our students from the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.