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Sister Julie Crane experiences the joy of welcoming immigrants to the U.S.

Sister Julie Crane experiences the joy of welcoming immigrants to the U.S.

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Sister Julie Crane traveled to the U.S.-Mexian border to volunteer at La Posada Providencia.

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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

Posted in: What’s New, From the Archives

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

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Sisters of Providence announce leadership change for SPMC

Sisters of Providence announce leadership change for SPMC

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On July 3 the Sisters of Providence announced the promotion of John Wesolowski to the position of President/Chief Executive Officer of the Sisters of Providence Ministry Corporation (SPMC).

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Sister Senga Fulton completes ten years on PMN Board

Sister Senga Fulton completes ten years on PMN Board

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Sister Senga Fulton, a staunch supporter of programs and services for people living on the margins, recently completed ten years of service on the Providence Ministries (PMN) Board.

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Chapter, a special time of faith, sharing, and attentiveness to the Spirit

Chapter, a special time of faith, sharing, and attentiveness to the Spirit

Posted in: What’s New, Events

The Sisters of Providence held the Community’s 2019 Chapter of Affairs and Elections at Genesis Spiritual Life and Conference Center, Westfield, July 20-21.

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Sisters of Providence recognized early the critical importance of voting

Sisters of Providence recognized early the critical importance of voting

Posted in: From the Archives

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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Association has continued my journey in faith and spirituality, and further anchored my belief in a Provident God.

- Associate Jim Clifford