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Special gifts enable unique cancer care program

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Genesis foundress and cancer survivor, Sister Elizabeth Oleksak uses generous donations to benefit others.

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Emerging from COVID restrictions

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Spring is coming, temperatures are rising. Changes are uplifting the spirits of staff and residents at all Sisters of Providence facilities.

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New Leadership for SP Associates

New Leadership for SP Associates

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A special ritual to recognize the change in leadership for the SP Associates was held on September 27, 2020.

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Genesis offering free virtual programs to activate hope, healing

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Responding to the COVID pandemic, Genesis finds new ways to encourage and support community.

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Special grant awarded for opioid grief support

Special grant awarded for opioid grief support

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Sister Madeleine Joy is part of a special program offering grief support via teleconference.

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Coping with COVID-19

Coping with COVID-19

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The Sisters of Providence and all our ministries have been focused and preparing for the arrival of the Coronavirus since February.

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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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It is through one another and through life’s experiences, that the Providence of God is revealed. Remembering is an essential aspect of our contemplation of Providence.

- Sister Mary Horgan, SP