On August 2, 2015, the Sisters of Divine Providence presented the Ketteler Award for Social Justice to Beth Davies, CND.
Our women religious under the age of 60 spent time together at the recent Provident Sisters Gathering.
As the Sisters of Divine Providence welcome spring after this particularly hard winter, we are pleased to share with you our 2015 Providence Reflections, written by Sister Inesita Vélez Negron.
We are pleased to present the Spring 2015 Providence Alive! newsletter.
In celebration of the Year of Consecrated Life, the Catholic Sisters Leadership Council (CSLC) of Western Pennsylvania sponsored a program on water on Monday, May 11.
We are so grateful to our many donors who made our first Give Local America day a success! Thanks for your support and partnership in making God’s providence more visible in our world.
We commend to your charity the soul of our beloved Sister Mary Jerome Roberts who departed this life on April 29, 2015 in the seventy-third year of her religious life.
Congratulations to Sister Linda Hylla on receiving the Catholic Charities Mary Alyce Beardslee Distinguished Service Award from Madison County (Ill.) Catholic Charities on April 11, 2015.
Providence Connections is planning its tenth annual fundraiser, the 2015 Backyard Barbeque.
As we enter into this most holy of weeks, you are invited to participate in our liturgies at Mother of Divine Providence Chapel, Providence Heights.
Sister Clara Kreis wrote an article after her visit to Cameroon last November that was posted on Global Sisters Report.
The Sisters of Divine Providence are pleased to support the 20th annual Empty Bowls Dinner, a simple meal of soup and bread in a handmade bowl, as a reminder of those whose bowls are empty.
We are happy to share the article, "Living the Gospel of Joy," written by Sister Jeanne Morris from Kingston, MA, for The Boston Pilot.
Sister Dolores Elizabeth Werling departed this life on Saturday, December 13, 2014. May she rest in peace.
“When we look into the heart, may our eyes have the kindness and reverence of candlelight.”
-John O’ Donohue
The Advent season is a time of preparation that directs our hearts and minds to Christ’s birth on Christmas.
During this Advent season, the Sisters of Divine Providence have written a reflection for each Sunday and the Women of Providence in Collaboration have written reflections for each Sunday and Wednesday. Please enjoy and have a Happy Advent.
Funeral arrangements for †Sister Anita Green are as follows:
Come join us on Friday, December 5, for the annual Festival of Lights, with performances in the chapel and auditorium begining at 5 p.m., a Living Nativity on the grounds at 7 p.m., ending with fireworks at 8:15 p.m.
As Thanksgiving approaches, the Sisters of Divine Providence call to mind our blessings and offer a prayer of gratitude for all who join us in our mission to make God’s Providence alive.