To Give Unconditionally

The venerable figure of Mother Bernarda had already become the symbol of a model Church, welcoming and concerned with helping the poor and underprivileged […] Young orphan boys and girls always accompanied her whenever she was invited to participate in some event. […] Her actions far from being limited to promoting large gatherings, set in […]

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Gala Concert for Education in Haiti.

On Sunday June 2, 2024, Sisters Karin Dufault, Diane Sarrasin, Josie Lerios, Hélène Mamert Nga Amogo, Maria Nagui and Francine Blanc, took part in the gala evening organized by Father Asnigue Merlet.  The purpose of the concert was to raise funds for the children of the Notre-Dame-de-Fatima bicentenary school in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.  The concert took […]

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Providence Spirituality

Reflection on the Gospel  of July 21, 2024 – Gospel of Jesus Christ according to Mark 6, 30-34 Today’s Gospel reminds us that our purpose as Sisters of Providence and Providence Associates is to commit ourselves to the humanizing project of Jesus, knowing that if we effectively alleviate the suffering of just one single person […]

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Mother Bernarda and a presidential recognition

It was 99 years ago that Mother Bernarda was awarded a medal by the President of Chile to acknowledge her contribution to the Chilean nation. Mother Bernarda and a presidential recognition On June 27, 1925, the president of Chile, Don Arturo Alessandri Palma celebrated Mother Bernarda Morin’s boundless love for the poorest and most abandoned […]

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World Refugee Day – June 20

“For I was a stranger and you welcomed me …”. (Mt. 25:35) I belong to the international congregation of the Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of the Apostles, founded in Lyon (France) in 1876 for the mission in Africa. In the early 2000s, I came to Quebec during my sabbatical. I took the “Discover your […]

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The unique destiny of Moïse Loiselle

Moïse Loiselle was born in 1819 in Saint-Marc-sur-Richelieu on the south shore of Montreal. How can this common man, born more than 200 years ago, be related to the sisters and the great Providence family? As it turns out Moïse met Mother Gamelin, Mother Bernarda Morin and Mother Joseph of the Sacred Heart. Not many […]

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World Oceans Day – June 8

This day ” reminds us all of the major role the ocean plays in everyday life. It serves as the lungs of our planet, a major source of food and medicine, and a critical part of the biosphere. The purpose of the Day is to inform the public of the impact of human actions on […]

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“Seeds of Hope”

From May 19 to 26, the “Laudato Si’ Week” 2024 will be celebrated bearing “Seeds of Hope” as the theme for this edition. It will be an opportunity for us to plant «seeds» together through sustainable practices, caring for our common home. ” We have forgotten that we ourselves are dust of the earth (cf. […]

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70 years as a nun

Sister Maud Mayrand who is the last Sister of Providence on the territory of the Regional Count Municipality of Maskinongé, celebrated recently her 70th anniversary as a consecrated woman. For this occasion, the local newspaper L’Echo de Maskinonge devoted an article on her civic journey, which we now share with you. Maud Mayrand was born […]

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