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.
“In the Beginning God Created…” Gen 1:1
Join us for an evening of spiritual and epicurean delight at Kearns Spirituality Center to tour the St John’s Bible with Sr. Michele Bisbey, CDP, Ph.D.
Enjoy refreshments to soothe the soul, with tasty bites sweet and savory.
Limited tickets available, $25 per person.
Proceeds will benefit the Associate International Pilgrimage to Germany with a full scholarship for our Puerto Rico Associate Representative.
The book, by Barbara McMullen, CDP, is about ordinary life and the way it unpacks itself in each of us.
Beginning February 12, billboards will feature the Sisters that invite us all to “Pray. Act. Be the Change.”
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.
We are surviving. No light, water or internet.
We are now able to connect by cell phone with our Sisters in Bayamon.
Today was a new day with its own challenges.
Water with Blessings is sending water filters, training materials and water storage containers to our Sisters in Puerto Rico so they can help others who are suffering.
—Sister Ana Lydia
No light, no water, no rest, no progress.
We appreciate everyone interested in our well-being and all the supplies everyone is sending.
We still do not have electricity in our Arecibo convent.