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This is a collection of the current congregational brochures for the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul.

If you wish to download the brochure “right-click” on the link and choose “Save As” or “Save Target As”.

The file is in the Adobe Acrobat PDF format and you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view it.

Current Brochures
Associates Brochure – Companions on the Journey
Activities Volunteer Brochure
Foundation of the Congregation Brochure
Information and Heritage Services Brochure
JPIC Brochure – Justice, Peace and the Integrity of Creation
Liturgy Brochure – Chapel of Mary Mother of Compassion
Marillac Mission Fund Brochure
Printing Room Museum Brochure
Providence Motherhouse – Heathfield Brochure
Seed Sanctuary Brochure – Heirloom Seed Sanctuary
T’ai Chi Chih, Creative Arts, and Spiritual Journeys
Vocations Brochure
Marillac Mission Fund

Marillac Mission Fund – Full Donation Card
Marillac Mission Fund Card – Donation Card Only

The Providence Spirituality Centre Newsletter, Blessings, is available for download in PDF format.

Blessings Newsletter
Current Issue
Blessings #18 – Fall-Winter 2014
Past Issues
Blessings #17 – Spring-Summer 2014
Blessings #15 – Spring-Summer 2013
Blessings #14 – Fall-Winter 2012
Blessings #13 – Spring-Summer 2012
Blessings #12 – Fall-Winter 2011
Blessings #11 – Spring-Summer 2011
Blessings #10 – Fall-Winter 2010
Blessings #9 – Spring-Summer – 2010
Blessings #8 – Fall-Winter 2009
Blessings #7 – Spring-Summer 2009
Blessings #6 – Spring-Summer 2009

Spirituality Centre Programs
Current Issue
Fall 2014 – 2015 Programs

To view an issue of The Guardian click on the picture above.

The Guardian was a children’s magazine published monthly by the Sisters of Providence from 1916 to the late 1950s. The Guardian was distributed widely in schools throughout the Archdiocese of Kingston and beyond. Proceeds from the sale of the magazine helped support St. Mary’s of the Lake Orphanage. In 1919 a year’s subscription cost 25 cents, increasing over the years to 50 cents in 1954.
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Poverty & Inequality in Kingston

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As Sharp as You Could Cut Them