We are happy to share our Winter 2018 newsletter. In this issue, we highlight the personal stories of our Sisters in Puerto Rico as they experienced the devastation of Hurricane Maria, their struggle to live in the storm’s aftermath, and their hope for recovery.
Peggy passed away January 27, 2018, following a brief illness.
At Standup Sisters: Green Habits, sisters will share stories from their creative stewardship of creation!
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 commend to your charity the soul of our beloved Sister Rosalia Caulfield who departed this life on December 23, 2017.
The Sisters of Divine Providence invite you to join in our liturgies for Christmas and New Year's at Providence Heights.
We commend to your charity the soul of our beloved Sister Mary Salvatore Leo who departed this life on December 9, 2017.
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.
We commend to your charity the soul of our beloved Sister Theresa Bernhart who departed this life on November 24, 2017.
Celebrate the true meaning of Christmas with Vanessa Campagna—a Pittsburgh-native and Nashville recording artist—as she entertains with an exclusive set of traditional religious Christmas music.
As we celebrate the Advent and Christmas seasons, may these words be your inspiration and your encouragement.
Sponsored by McCandless Crossing, the event will be held at La Roche and the neighboring Sisters of Divine Providence campus, including Providence Heights Alpha School.
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.
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.