Summer 2014 Providence Pages

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In this issue, you will find articles addressing:

  • The Jubilee celebrations of Sisters with 50, 60 and 70 years in the Congregation
  • Recognition of Sr. Sheila Langton’s leadership in Catholic healthcare
  • The Chapter meeting in April 2015, and the pre-Chapter gathering currently taking place
  • “Going out green”
  • The Truth and Reconciliation Commission hearings in Edmonton
  • Celebrations of 30 years of Changing Together
  • A tale of two pictures and how war is depicted
  • A spirits-up ecology story of abundance
  • Providence Spirituality Centre possibilities for September and October
  • In Memoriams of three dear Sisters and a pioneer associate who have returned to God: Associate Ann Ford and Sisters Mary Alberta Gallagher, Rose Healy and Marlene Schuster

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Sister Marlene Schuster
Sister Marlene Schuster
Sister Rose Healy
Sister Rose Healy
Sister Mary Alberta Gallagher
Sister Mary Alberta Gallagher
Look to the seed – a spirits-up ecology story
Look to the seed – a spirits-up ecology story

The theme of a recent workshop was “Abundance: out of scarcity through the lens of Providence,” a title to which I was drawn, since I live in a culture of scarcity, but my reality out in the fields is one of abundance.

Renewal and Celebration Series: Founders of the Kingston Congregation
Renewal and Celebration Series: Founders of the Kingston Congregation

The Associates formation program continued in March with a day focused on the Kingston founders of the Congregation.

For the child taken, for the parent left behind
For the child taken, for the parent left behind

Listen to your heart * Listen to the Creator * As leaders, as women, we have to be strong to stand alone and we have to move forward * Go beyond the evil dark energy * Put your children close to your heart * If you don’t have an elder adopt one to learn from them.

Telling a different story about war
Telling a different story about war

Two oil paintings. Two artists who painted battlefield scenes. Two dramatically different ways of telling a story.

Biodegradable caskets as spiritual practice
Biodegradable caskets as spiritual practice

Going Green has become a passion for many people. However, the hardest time to adopt environmentally friendly practices has been at the end of life itself.

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