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Sister Frances Lorene and the West Africa Teaching Ministry

Sister Frances Lorene and the West Africa Teaching Ministry

Blessed John Martin Moye, the founder of the Sisters of Divine Providence, saw needs being neglected, especially in the exclusion of the poor girls from the educational system of his time and place. From the beginning, this story has inspired the Sisters of the Congregation of Divine Providence to be involved with many different ministries throughout the United States and…

Madagascar Connection

Madagascar Connection

The Sisters of the American Province from Melbourne, Kentucky have always felt a kind of special connection with their Sisters from the Province of Madagascar—and the slow but sure penetration of the internet throughout that country has created new opportunities for the two groups to deepen their bonds of relationship with each other. Sisters are now connecting more and more…

Associate Leadership Conference

Associate Leadership Conference

From Tuesday, September 17 through Friday, September 20, the Women of Providence in Collaboration held a conference for Associate Leaders of their various congregations.  The theme of the conference was:  Providence Spirituality and Contemplative Dialogue.  The presenter was Leslie Keener, CDP from the Melbourne, KY group.   Leslie used Scripture, reflection questions, and her own life stories to help the group…

Sr. Mansueta Martineau, CDP, Celebrates 105 Years

Sr. Mansueta Martineau, CDP, Celebrates 105 Years

In 1914, Charlie Chaplin made his silver-screen debut; the cornerstone of the Lincoln Memorial was laid in Washington, DC; a political assassination sparked the First World War, and Sister Mansueta Martineau was born in Piercefield, New York on March 3. Pictured above: Sr. Mansueta with Sr. Alice Gerdeman, Provincial Sister says, “When I was about seven, my dad lost his…

Sisters Elect New Provincial at Chapter

Sisters Elect New Provincial at Chapter

The Sisters of Divine Providence in Melbourne, Kentucky had many important decisions to make this past spring.  April 25-27 marked the Chapter of Elections, when delegates  elected a new provincial, Sr. Barbara Rohe. The provincial will help determine the number of councilors who will serve on a leadership team for the next five years. Sisters reflected on and discussed the…

General Chapter Elects Leadership

General Chapter Elects Leadership

The Sisters of Divine Providence gathered in France recently at their Motherhouse for their General Chapter. Re-elected was their Superior General, Sr. Susan Baumann from the American Province and Sr. Marie Noelle Oussen from the Province of Madagascar as General Councilor. Newly elected as General Councilor was Sr. Janet Carr from the American Province and as General Councilor and Vicar Sr.…

Sr. Marie Gangwish Award

Sr. Marie Gangwish Award

Kentuckians for the Commonwealth is a statewide organization committed to finding solutions to unfair political, economic and social systems. Sr. Marie Gangwish, CDP, spent twenty-five years of active ministry at the end of her life working in the mountains of southeastern Kentucky, where strip mining and pollution were particularly harmful to Appalachians. As an ardent KFTC member, she championed its…

Statement on Gun Violence

Statement on Gun Violence

Our statement was sent to local media, dioceses where our sisters minister, legislators and the young people of Parkland, FL. “We, the Leadership of the United States Province Sisters of Divine Providence [Kentucky], grieve the loss of life through gun violence in Parkland, Florida and in countless other cities and towns across this nation. We are horrified at all senseless…

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123, New Lenox, Chicago IL 60606
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5:30pm

Sunday:
8:00am, 9:15am, 11:00am

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