The Table of the King over the years.

(An experience lived on the 9th floor of the Infirmary in the year 2000, and commented by Sister Annette Aspirot, SP, responsible for the Infirmary Sector at the time) Wherever we are, unbeknownst to us most of the time, history is written. History is transmitted orally or in books. Facts are reminisced, facts are lost, […]

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Greetings to all Providence Associates, world wide

Our group may be small in numbers, but our hearts are in the right place, as each of us strives to lead a good spiritual life, and practise acts of mercy and kindness in our own small way. Our goal is to value every member in our group, bring out and use, their individual talents […]

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25th Jubilee of Religious life: Sister Julie Macasieb

Sister Julie Macasieb, S.P., celebrated her 25th Jubilee of Religious life on December 8, 2018. The Mass was held at 5:00 p.m. at St. Michael the Archangel Parish, Caranglaan-Tebeng Road, Dagupan, Pangasinan, Philippines. The main celebrant was Dagupan-Lingayen Archbishop Socrates Villegas and five priests concelebrated including the parish priest, Father Mario Sanchez. At the Eucharistic […]

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Raoul Hunter. Sculptor Deceased+

He was the fifth of nine children of Mathieu Hunter and Philomène Chouinard, farmers from Saint-Cyrille-de-Lessard in the County of L’Islet, Province of Quebec. Young 11-year-old Raoul won a prize in a drawing competition of the Quebec City newspaper, Le Soleil. In 1949, after his classical course, he entered the Quebec City School of Fine […]

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Providence Flashes

Sister Marcia Gatica, SP, receives her BA degree in Social Psychology last October, in San Salvador, from a school within the UCA (University of Central America).  Sister Marcia shared with us her joy: “With sincere gratitude I thank all of you for your email greetings, letters, gifts and especially for your prayers. In addition, I […]

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St. Elizabeth of Hungary patron of the Sisters of Providence

St. Elizabeth, born in 1207, was the daughter of Andrew the Second, King of Hungary. She lived a joyful childhood and received a pious education in this country during four years until the death of her mother. They then engaged her with a German prince, Louis of Thuringia; at the castle to which she was […]

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Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle

Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle held its biannual meeting in Ottawa on 19 and 20 October 2018. The meeting included a guided retreat session, whereby members discussed, reflected and prayed on the mission, identity and purpose of the Circle.   The members reiterated and reconfirmed the  Mission  Statement and  the  core purposes  of  the  Circle, agreeing […]

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