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 / Moments
Twenty Third Sunday in Ordinary Time by Sister Rose Ann Blair
CDP Affiliate, Melissa Cessac explains: "My peaceful little prayer corner. The quilt is from my dear and talented Aunt Jan. I have my Blessed Mother and Child statue, an Our Lady of Guadalupe candle, an angel praying, a cross with my favorite quote by Blessed Theresa, a rosary that belonged to my great grandmother, a clay bowl with a towel to symbolize service, holy water from Lourdes, a prayer box my sister, Kim made me, and a beautiful and simple cross made from wood from a tree in Haiti that I received the first time I went on mission from Fr. Glen. Each item is or symbolizes significant things in my faith life. They are all an incredible reminder of God's love and Providence in my life!
FIRST FEMALE CHANCELLOR IS A SISTER OF DIVINE PROVIDENCE
On September 2, 2015, Sister Jane Ann Slater, CDP was officially appointed by Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller as the first female Chancellor for the Archdiocese of San Antonio. Click here for full story
FOURTH "NUNS ON THE BUS" TOUR WORKS ITS WAY TO POPE FRANCIS
On September 10th Sister Simone Campbell and nearly a dozen women religious will board their well known bus from St. Louis, Missouri. They will make stops in seven states: Missiori, Kansas, Arkansas, Tennessee, Indiana, Ohio and West Virginia. Their goal on this tour is to bring attention to need for a unified political system that is currently polarized and thus ineffective in creating an economy of inclusion. Their final destination will be in Pennsylvania to see Pope Francis. For full article in GLOBAL SISTERS REPORT, click here
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