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Sister Paula Gohs
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To see an English translation of Sister Paula’s talk, please double-click the link above and view the video on YouTube.

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A Prayer of St. Teresa

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Act of Abandonment to Divine Providence

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Moments of Faith and Hope

At our 2019 Chapter and with an ever-deepening trust in God’s providence, the Sisters of the U.S. Province of the Congregation of Divine Providence committed to studying Pope Francis’ groundbreaking 2015 encyclical, Laudato Si’, making corporate and personal lifestyle changes in the spirit of the encyclical, and collaborating with others in caring for our common home. 

Always striving to passionately embrace the providence spirituality that is a source of our unity, the U.S. Province joyfully commits to participation in the Vatican-initiated Laudato Si’ Action Platform, a seven-year journey toward sustainability made in the spirit of integral ecology.
We move forward in hope as we encounter the most vulnerable in humanity and creation in new and creative ways. Please join us in caring for our common home by participating in the Laudato Si’ Action Platform:

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