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Mission Statement of the Sisters of Divine Providence

We Sisters of Divine Providence are a community of women religious rooted in our confidence that God is provident. We participate in the mission of Jesus by responding to the needs of the time through ministry and service. We live our lives with complete trust in a provident God --guiding, loving, and caring for all creation.

We believe in the reality of Providence. We believe that the movements of history in which we participate are guided by the loving power of God. We believe that God cares for all creation. We believe that we have an active role in this creative redemption because God works in us and through us.


Spiritual Reflections

The following spiritual reflections were prepared by individual Sisters of Divine Providence:

Feast of the Ascension by Sister Denise Billeaud

Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ by Sister Rose Kruppa

Eleventh Sunday of Ordinary Time by Sister Marjie Filler

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You are welcomed to join

the Sisters of Divine Providence at

WORLD YOUTH DAY San Antonio,

Saturday, July 25, 2015, 7 p.m. - 10 p.m.,

St. Anthonly School, 3200 McCullough Ave.

 

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Year of Consecrated Life

Our Sisters who live and minister in Querétaro, QRO, México participated in a city-wide procession through the streets of this colonial city.  This diocesan event included Eucharistic Adoration and concluded with a social gathering of the 600 women and men religious who participated.  The banner displays their theme of the Year of Consecrated Life:  Evangelio Profecia Esperanza (the Gospel prophecizes hope.)

All are invited to join us in prayer / oración and to attend the various events hosted by the Sisters of Divine Providence throughout this Year of Consecrated Life.


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