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11/05/21

Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle – Statement on Including UNDRIP in Canadian Law

Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle appreciates the government’s action in introducing a bill to include the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) in Canadian law. We recognize this as an important step towards a framework for working together with Indigenous Peoples in Canada. Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle is a Catholic coalition of Indigenous […]

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29/04/21

In Emilie’s footsteps

I remember my first Christmas party celebrated in the community of Saint Veronique: there was an exchange of gifts, as we do every year, and I asked the person who had drawn my name not to buy me a gift, but rather to give me some money to make a small gift to some prisoners. […]

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24/04/21

Providence Spirituality

Sunday Reflection May 16, 2021 – The Gospel According to Mark 16: 15-20 – Reflection: How do I proclaim Jesus as his witness where I am? A song says: Follow Jesus to be his witnesses on the way of the Gospel. This song is addressed to all Christians, but it is necessary to adhere to […]

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15/04/21

Bernarda Morin Center Bulletin

A new printed issue of the traditional Bulletin of the Bernarda Morin Centre began to be distributed in March in the Bernarda Morin Province and its works (Chile and Argentina). Since its beginning in 1996, its objective has been to make known the life and work of our foundress in Chile, Mother Bernarda Morin, a […]

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13/04/21

Technology has helped me in this time of pandemic.

My story with the quarantine in my Parish San Bartolomé As a Sister of Providence in Arcatao, Chalatenango, El Salvador, technology has been a much-needed tool that I have had to learn in order to bring God’s message to the people of the communities during the pandemic. It seemed that many churches had been taken […]

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19/03/21

Sisters of Providence live our mission in new ways during the pandemic

As Sisters of Providence, we are challenged during the pandemic to live our mission in new and unexpected ways as an international, intercultural, intergenerational and interdependent congregation. Our mission, “to proclaim Providence as the loving presence of God, active in us and through us, watchful over the created universe, and attentive to the needs of […]

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04/01/21

From Small Town to International Spiritual Leader: An unexpected life journey

No one expected the athletic schoolgirl from Yakima, Washington, to become an international leader — especially not after she took vows as a Catholic sister. And yet, 60 years later, Sister Karin Dufault now leads the worldwide Sisters of Providence community as congregational leader from the organization’s International Center in Montreal, Quebec. And, she believes […]

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01/12/20

Earth Committee moves toward ecological conversion

Care of the Earth is nothing new to the Sisters of Providence. It is part of the Constitutions and Rules of the congregation – number 28, to be precise: “…Recognizing that we humans are a part of the whole created universe, we accept the challenge to promote an integral ecology. (Pope Francis) As we foster […]

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19/11/20

Providence in Prayer for Peace

As a sign of our commitment to make God’s Providence more visible in our world, the Executive Committee of the Women of Providence in Collaboration (WPC)  invites all members of the Women of Providence in Collaboration community to join in a day of fast and prayer on January 20, 2021, the U.S. Inauguration Day. The […]

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