Prayer Brings Unity

To celebrate the International Day of Peace on September 21st, the Sisters of Divine Providence came together with the Sisters of Notre Dame and the Benedictine Sisters to host an evening prayer.

The event was dreamed into existence when vocation directors from each community, Sisters Leslie Keener, CDP, Ruth Lubbers, SND, and Cathy Bauer, OSB, had a conversation about ways to respond to issues affecting our local and world communities and ways to witness to what it means to be a Sister...full story >

Action For Peace

While tensions between the governments of the United States and the People's Republic of Korea were escalating, approximately 650 members of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious meeting in Orlando, FL issued the following public statement imploring President Donald J. Trump to engage in dialogue and negotiation.

At this critical moment for our country and global community, we - the 650 members of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious gathered in assembly. ...full story




Summer Activities

Summer is full of possibilities and when August comes to an end, it seems that many of those possible activities have slipped by again another year.  Sisters of Divine Providence have enjoyed a variety of opportunities to learn, share, work, rest and pray.

This summer Sisters Mary Agnes Cashman, Jean and Rose Ann Menke, with a few other volunteers spent time house cleaning Holy Trinity Elementary School, Bellevue and beautifying the grounds.  Walls and windows were...full story>

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