Each $25 number is valid from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019—yours for the entire year!
The three religious sisters who have been running La Posada Providencia for the past 29 years say they will continue to offer opportunities for those crossing into the U.S. illegally.
Sister Carolyn Winschel did the honors of randomly selecting the lucky winners on September 5.
Mary passed away peacefully at her home on August 22, 2018, surrounded by her family.
Jimmy passed peacefully with his family, on Saturday, July 21, 2018.
We commend to your charity the soul of our beloved Sister Natalie Marchetti who departed this life on June 28, 2018.
We are happy to share our Spring/Summer 2018 newsletter. In this issue, we highlight our commitment to making God’s Providence visible through our advocacy and through our presence.
On Wednesday, May 16, 2018 the Risen Christ called our dear Sister to Him.
We commend to your charity the soul of our beloved Sister Rosemary Micka who departed this life on May 20, 2018.
The Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) is deeply troubled by the decision of the Trump administration to terminate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for more than 57,000 Hondurans.
The award is given annually at La Roche College's spring Commencement.
We commend to your charity the soul of our beloved Sister Antoinette Basis who departed this life on April 25, 2018.
The 2018 Pentecost Sacred Arts Festival at Our Lady of Grace Parish in Scott Township is a showcase of inspired talent in art, literature, and music.
The book chronicles what LCWR learned as it navigated the six-year investigation by the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith from 2009-2015.
Conservation deal saves Sisters of Divine Providence land from development, unique ecosystem to remain wild for future generations
Patrizia Morgante, Communications Officer for the UISG, interviewed Sister Maria Clara Kreis, CDP, who created this Scale to help Apostolic Women Religious.
As we welcome spring, we are pleased to share with you this reflection written by Sister Michele Bisbey.
Saint Clare’s Villa resident, Sister Celine Maasen, found a way to help others and the environment in living a life of service.
In the middle of winter, with snow and very cold temperatures at home, I find myself in an oasis: a beautiful small garden with blooming and colorful flowers and trees. I am in the convent of the Hermanas Franciscanas Misioneras de Jesús (HFMJ)* in El Salvador.
Sisters joined the march in downtown Pittsburgh to protest the gun violence plaguing American schools.