Our growth as Sisters of Providence is a lifelong process by which we strive for an ever-deepening response to the grace of our vocation. As we grow in awareness of our call to religious life, we are challenged to take personal responsibility for integrating our physical, emotional and spiritual growth, while balancing prayer, exercise, rest, play, and work in a ministry that reflects our qualifications and aptitudes.
- Sister Barbara Thiffault
Process of Membership Committee
- Sister Anne Hudec – Liaison with the Sisters
- Sister Rita Gleason – Western Representative
- Sister Pauline Lally – Provide the educational component for potential candidates and on-going education/formation for all Sisters
- Sisters Lucy Kearney and Barbara Thiffault – Vocation awareness and members of the Inter-Congregational Vocation and Diocesan Vocation Committees
- Regina Lannon, Providence Associate – Liaison with the Providence Associate process
- Sister Frances O’Brien – Council Liaison
Inter-Congregational Vocation Committee
This Committee is excited by the interest expressed in possible future vocation fairs/events in various areas of the archdiocese.
Diocesan Vocation Committee
Representatives from the Youth Ministry Office for the Archdiocese of Kingston and from the Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board on this committee continue to bring hope and support in the promotion of a ‘vocation culture’ in our Archdiocese.
The Providence Mission in Peru
Our two Sisters in Peru are picking up the challenge of promoting vocations to religious life in their reality.
Articles of Interest
- Recognizing the Time We Inhabit: A Call to Generational Dialogue by Patricia Wittberg, SC
- Change in Age for New Vocations Nothing to Fear by Joan Chittister
- The Story of a Woman Discerning a Call to Religious Life Today by Diane Brown
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