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April 28, 2016
Library Code of Conduct issue about respect for the poor and homeless
Library Code of Conduct issue about respect for the poor and homeless

The Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation Office took up the cause of the vulnerable when the Kingston Frontenace Public Library Board changed their patron code of conduct. 

April 18, 2016
Students share trip with Sisters
Students share trip with Sisters

On April 18, Regiopolis Notre Dame students and teachers shared how their mission trip to Jamaica changes their lives ... and maybe those of the people of Kingston, Jamaica as well

April 18, 2016
Reflecting on a life-changing trip to Kingston, Jamaica
Reflecting on a life-changing trip to Kingston, Jamaica

In April 2016, Regiopolis Notre Dame students shared their experience of a solidarity visit to Jamaica with Sisters of Providence as well as the Congregation of Notre Dame and Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph Sisters who live together at the Providence Motherhouse.

April 13, 2016
New organ scholarship
New organ scholarship

This year, the Sisters of Providence established a scholarship with the Kingston Centre of the Royal Canadian College of Organists.

April 11, 2016
Making plans to transition our seeds to another home
Making plans to transition our seeds to  another home

Providence Village is a heart-felt idea that is moving forward at 1200 Princess St, the Motherhouse of the Sisters of Providence. We don’t know yet exactly what it will be like, but it will certainly change the look of the wide-open spaces currently occupied by the lawn, meadow and gardens of this property. 

April 11, 2016
Seedy Saturday 2016 was record-breaking
Seedy Saturday 2016 was record-breaking

Every year Seedy Saturday gets bigger but this March, it got huge. 

April 11, 2016
A Kingston motion is paving the way towards a more equal Canada
A Kingston motion is paving the way  towards a more equal Canada

We need a basic, livable income to address poverty, inequality and the fast-changing world of work. Computers are replacing  people in most every occupation. A guaranteed income would keep everyone stable, regardless of what happens to jobs. It is expected to eventually reduce the costs of healthcare and even corrections. 

April 11, 2016
Year of Mercy: Taking a wide view of the works of mercy
Year of Mercy: Taking a wide view of the works of mercy

Last March Pope Francis declared an extraordinary Jubilee, a Holy Year of Mercy. No question that the world needs compassion, forgiveness, and mercy!

April 11, 2016
The 'mission history' of Apple Hill, Pincher Creek, San Cristobal, Edmonton, Moose Jaw...
The 'mission history' of Apple Hill, Pincher Creek, San Cristobal, Edmonton, Moose Jaw...

Did you know the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul served in La Loche and Ile-a-la-Crosse, Saskatchewan? In Lancaster, Ontario? In Pincher Creek, Alberta? In Entebbe, Uganda? Over the course of their history, Sisters have served in six Canadian provinces and five countries.

April 11, 2016
Gaining the skills to lead ourselves
Gaining the skills to lead ourselves

A year ago, while the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul were at Chapter, the Providence Associates gathered to talk about their future. The Sisters were looking at the decisions they had to make and the Providence Associates knew that they had to be proactive and consider their future as well. 

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Providence Motherhouse

1200 Princess Street, P.O. Box 427
Kingston, Ontario, K7L 4W4

613-544-4525
info@providence.ca

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