n this Fall issue are stories that speak of the sanctity of life amid the federal executions beginning again in our nation, as well as statements on racism, awards for justice work on a myriad of issues, and involvement with children in poorer areas of our country. There are joyful stories as professions of vows were made in several communities, new leadership happening among associates in one community and all the ways our WPC members are dealing with this pandemic and the challenges it proposes. Programming and attendance at workshops are now being held virtually but it has not dampened the spirit. eople have found ways to show kindness and compassion to others and reach out as only Providence people can do! Enjoy the many “faces” of Providence in this issue and witness how “radical hope” is lived out in action!