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.
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Mount Assisi Convent
GPS Address: 1515 Quaill Avenue (15202)
For Single Catholic Men and Women Ages 18 to 40
Donation: $10 (includes lunch and snacks)
Participants are welcome to come early for 9 a.m. Mass
RSVP: Sister Lorita Kristufek at 412-761-6004 by September 1.
Presented by the Pittsburgh Religious Vocation Council
Sister of Divine Providence Betty Sundry has been on the forefront of social justice in the Pittsburgh area for decades.
Nonprofits and church group can arrange to use our facility for retreats, days and evenings of prayer, faculty and staff meetings, and other programs that are in line with our mission.
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
St. Paul Cathedral
St. Paul Cathedral
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Sister Marilyn McMillin, CDP is a 2017 Manifesting the Kingdom Awardee for the Pittsburgh Diocese! The award will be presented by Bishop Zubik at the Liturgy.
The Manifesting the Kingdom award is given to laywomen and laymen and to consecrated women and men who demonstrate the presence of Jesus in their lives and have participated in an exceptional service to the Church reflected in so many different ways in the lives, ministry and work of those who receive it.
We are pleased to share our Spring/Summer 2017 magazine. In this issue, we focus on Radical Hospitality.
College presidents around the U.S. are calling for greater clarification from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security on how it is handling the potential deportation of so-called “Dreamers.”
Designed and constructed in 2003, the labyrinth is available 24 hours a day, all year long, for the enjoyment of visitors.