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In the land of the founders: Finding the present in the past

In the land of the founders: Finding the present in the past

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Sisters of Providence Archivist Phyllis Ladd traced the footsteps of the Congregation’s founders.

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Sisters of Providence recognized early the critical importance of voting

Sisters of Providence recognized early the critical importance of voting

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Archives Spotlight: 2019 marks the 100th anniversary of the passing of the Nineteenth Amendment giving women the right to vote.

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Over 146 years of stories, headlines and photos

Over 146 years of stories, headlines and photos

Our pioneer Sisters came to Holyoke in 1873 as members of another community from Kingston, Ont., Canada. In 1892, we became incorporated as the Sisters of Providence, an independent congregation in the Springfield Diocese.

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Let us continue to trust and to be courageous in living in that place where we have no control, but where God is.

- Sister Joan Mullen, SP