Sisters at Work

T'ai Chi Chih, Creative Arts and Spiritual Journeys
T'ai Chi Chih, Creative Arts and Spiritual Journeys

Sister Kay Morrell is Ontario's first accredited instructor of T'ai Chi Chih and Seijaku. Sister Kay is a graduate of Queen's University, Toronto Art Therapy Institute, Peterborough Teachers' College, and the Ontario Business College. Archivist.

Since 1992, Sister Kay has been creating, organizing and helping others find joy in art and movement.

The North
The North

Sisters of Providence have been walking with Northern and First Nation communities for a long time and stand in solidarity with First peoples.

Reflections, addresses, writings
Reflections and addresses

Here are reflections, homilies and speeches shared with us from the various events at which the Sisters are asked to speak. And some personal writings shared by Sisters.

Facilitation, Retreats, Spiritual Direction
Facilitation, Retreats, Spiritual Direction
Prison Ministry
Prison Ministry

The Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul and their Associates have had a long association with the many prisons in the Kingston area. Their ministries include: spiritual support and escorting prisoners to liturgy at the Motherhouse. They also were involved in the fight to preserve prison farms.

More Sisters at work
More Sisters at work
Contact Us

Providence Motherhouse

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

613-544-4525
info@providence.ca

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