Enjoy an evening filled with poetry and reminiscence, heavy hors d’oeuvres, wine and conversation with Dr. Hazo. Books will be available for purchase and signing.
On-air with Don Marsh of KWMU 90.7 FM, Sister Barbara McMullen discusses the history and work of the 15 orders of Catholic Sisters in the St. Louis region and an exhibit about them at the St. Louis Public Library.
March For Our Lives is created by, inspired by, and led by students across the country who will no longer risk their lives waiting for someone else to take action to stop the epidemic of mass school shootings that has become all too familiar. Contact Sr. Karina Conrad at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in participating with the Sisters of Divine Providence. For more information, visit marchforourlivespgh.com.
The album, by Rosemonde Deck, CDP, contains 16 original piano compositions.
By the time of the St. Louis Public Library's founding in 1865, Catholic sisters had already been at work for nearly a half-century in St. Louis.
A group of sisters that pushes for corporate responsibility played an apparent role in the Feb. 28 announcement by Dick's Sporting Goods that it would stop selling assault rifles and raise the minimum purchase age for firearms to 21.
Sister Mary Traupman of the Sisters of Divine Providence, a lawyer by training, read a letter detailing her concern over the spring opening of a shooting range, the INPAX Academy of Personal Protection, in an office building in McCandless Crossing.
There was the Spirit of St. Louis. But before that, there were the spirits of St. Louis.
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St. Louis Public Library, in conjunction with the Communicators for St. Louis Sisters, opens the new exhibit, "Catholic Sisters: The Spirit of St. Louis," in conjunction with Catholic Sisters Week, which runs annually from March 8 to 14.
The exhibit, which celebrates 200 years of Catholic Sisters' presence in St. Louis, is located on the Library's Third Floor and is free and open to the public.
The Sisters of Divine Providence in Las Cañitas have embodied the spirit of the Congregation’s founders to help the poor by committing to live among them.