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Funds for the Nuns

Funds for the Nuns

The Development Board of the Sisters of Divine Providence in Melbourne, KY was not to be outdone by the pandemic!  Having to once again cancel the much enjoyed “Evening Under the Oaks” this creative group used technology to hold a raffle and make it possible for many to view it live streamed on Facebook! “Since 2000, the “Evening Under the…

Talk to the Nun

Talk to the Nun

This article was written by Rick Casey and used with permission of the San Antonio Report.  It chronicles collaboration between Project Quest and the San Antonio Ready to Work program.  Though it is a rather lengthy article, it certainly shows the leadership of Sr. Pearl Ceasar, CDP and her influence in city politics! “I figured San Antonio City Manager Erik…

Bearers of the Providence Flame Part Four

Bearers of the Providence Flame Part Four

This is a continuation of Sr. Karin Dufault’s presentation for their International Associate Gathering this past May on the four I’s (International, Intercultural, Intergenerational, and Interdependent).  Today’s topic is Part  Four: Interdependent. ” We recognize that God created us to be in a relationship.  The Trinity, Father, Son, and Spirit, or said another way, Creator, Redeemer, Sanctifier is the perfect…

Earth as a Living Organism

Earth as a Living Organism

The Sisters of Divine Providence in San Antonio, Texas are committed as a congregation to the restoration, preservation, and survival of the Earth.  In this article see what they are doing to fulfill that sacred trust. “On April 22, 2021, Earth Day was celebrated around the world, and the CDPs participated by spreading awareness throughout the community. CDP Sisters were…

Bearers of the Providence Flame – Part Three

Bearers of the Providence Flame – Part Three

This is a continuation of Sr. Karin Dufault’s presentation for their International Associate Gathering this past May on the four I’s (International, Intercultural, Intergenerational, and Interdependent).  Today’s topic is Part Three: Intergenerational. “As Sisters of Providence, we are well aware that our community is blessed to be intergenerational as well as international and intercultural.  We have sisters who are centenarians,…

Every Beginning Is Difficult

Every Beginning Is Difficult

Sr. Marie Emeline Ezami Atangana, SP, shares with us her learnings from her ministries, especially that of Vocation Ministry.  Her use of Scripture in doing so challenges us to ask ourselves:  How do we truly encounter the other? “Every beginning is difficult. The story of the miraculous catch of fish in the Gospel of St. Luke (5:4-5) has profound implications…

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