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.
We commend to your charity the soul of our beloved Sister Alicia Schweitzer who departed this life on October 14, 2017.
Thanks to all who donated to, participated in and volunteered for our 3rd annual Craft Extravaganza.
We are pleased to share our Fall 2017 newsletter. In this issue, we focus on our 2017 Jubilarians, who collectively celebrate 1,470 years of co-creating a world of compassion, justice and peace.
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.
Sister passed away peacefully into eternal Life on September 14, 2017.
We commend to your charity the soul of our beloved Sister Anna Marie Muck who departed this life on September 16, 2017.
We are saddened and disappointed, as were many millions of people across the country, to hear that President Trump has decided to discontinue the protection offered Dreamers by Deferred Action for Childhood (DACA).
We commend to your charity the soul of our beloved Sister John Francis Danko who departed this life on September 1, 2017.
Out of our faith tradition, the Gospel words of Jesus, “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you.” (John 14:27) encourages us to continually seek peace for the world.
Capuchin friar remembered for five decades of work for corporate social responsibility
On August 5, 2017, the Sisters of Divine Providence presented the Ketteler Award for Social Justice to Dr. Zane H. Gates and Associate Jane Kerr.
Sister of Divine Providence Betty Sundry has been on the forefront of social justice in the Pittsburgh area for decades.
Sister Nelida Naveros, CDP reached out to the poor in her native Peru when she was growing up. Now she’s a Sister of Divine Providence teaching at La Roche College in Pittsburgh. And she continues reaching out.
When Sr. Clara entered religious life in Germany, she was curious why so many of her fellow young sisters transferred to another province or left religious life within two years.
The Sisters of Divine Providence are pleased to announce their 2017 Craft Extravaganza
Sister passed away peacefully into eternal Life on May 24, 2017.