The Sisters of Divine Providence invite you to join in our liturgies for Christmas and New Year's Day at Providence Heights.
The Sisters of Divine Providence will keep lighted candles in the windows of our homes and chapels from November 27, 2016, through January 6, 2017, as a reminder of the light and love of God’s Providence in our lives.
From the founding city of the Sisters of Divine Providence, Mainz, Germany, to the Pittsburgh province, Sister Maria Clara Kreis has lived the charism of her congregation.
This book recounts the history of an international congregation of Sisters who have spent over a century and a half transcending boundaries of nation, culture, and ministry.
The Sisters of Divine Providence thank everyone who participated in our Craft Extravaganza.
We are pleased to share our Fall 2016 magazine. In this issue, we highlight the General and Provincial Chapters.
The Sisters of Divine Providence announce that Sister Myra Rodgers, CDP, will serve as Interim President of Sacred Heart School in Kingston, Massachusetts.
As religious life undergoes deep and significant change, nearly 800 persons gathered in Atlanta, Georgia for a uniquely structured LCWR assembly.
We commend to your charity the soul of our beloved Sister Ida Mary Lutz who departed this life on August 10, 2016.
On Saturday, August 6, 2016, the Chapter elected a team of five.
We commend to your charity the soul of our beloved Sister Ann Phillippi who departed this life on July 28, 2016.
Proceeds benefit the ministries and mission of the Sisters of Divine Providence.
On Thursday, July 14, 2016, the Chapter elected a team of four.
The worshipping community at Providence Heights and La Roche College in Pittsburgh donated to a small church thrift store, which provides items free of charge in cases of natural disaster.
Sister Bertshabe Palomino Montalvo is volunteering at La Posada to help the Sisters in the community continue to do the work of “Welcoming the Stranger."
On July 31, 2016, the Sisters of Divine Providence presented the Ketteler Award for Social Justice to Linda Yankoski, CSFN.
Bishop Paul Bradley of the Diocese of Kalamazoo is featured in Catholic Extension magazine's article about the huge role migrant farmworkers play in harvesting Michigan's crops.
Following Pope John Paul II's call to improve refugees' lives, Sister of Divine Providence Margaret Mertens traveled with a fellow sister from St. Louis to San Benito, Texas, to see how she could help migrants.
We commend to your charity the soul of our beloved Sister Marietta Ruhe who departed this life on June 7, 2016.
Sisters Wendolyn Lopez and Sally Vega are volunteering at La Posada for the month of June.