Providence Pages Newsletter

Providence Pages showcases the mission of the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul, a congregation of Catholic religious women based out of Kingston, Ontario. It comes out three times a year. CLICK THE IMAGE to read online. Or, download here.

In this issue:

  • St. Vincent de Paul Hospital in Brockville was transferred to the Marguerita Residence Corporation.
  • History of the St. Vincent de Paul Hospital in Brockville.
  • Teaching during COVID-19 in Peru.
  • Associates plan for autonomous future.
  • Providence Event 2021
  • Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation News
  • and more!
Where angels did not fear to tread

Where angels did not fear to tread

Sr. Mary Cosmas  (Sr. Verna Plue)  serving lunch to the “angels” at the back door of Rosary Hall, Edmonton in May, 1962BY VERONICA STIENBURG, ARCHIVIST The Sisters of Providence ran Rosary Hall in Edmonton Alberta from 1915 to 2012. Rosary Hall was a hostel for...

Welcome Ann Boniferro

Welcome Ann Boniferro

Ann Boniferro in 2015 being awarded her school board’s Contribution to Catholic Education Award from chair (trustee) Greg Speagle The Liturgy team is delighted to announce that Ann Boniferro has signed on as the Director of Liturgical Music, and Organist, filling the...

Remembering

Remembering

The second annual memorial service was held on May 9. It was simple and moving, with lots of time to remember. The list of remembrance included staff and former staff, Associates, Sisters of all three congregations and family members of those gathered. All are welcome...

Sister Stella Szybisty

Sister Stella Szybisty

Stella Szybisty was born on July 19, 1926 in Janatowica, Poland, the second of two daughters of Elizabeth Cisto and Joseph Szybisty. Her family immigrated to Canada in 1930 and settled on a farm in Polonia, Manitoba where she and her sister attended the local schools...

Students share trip with Sisters

Students share trip with Sisters

Thanks to trip organizer Mary Elaine Carty, RND's Chaplaincy Coordinator, for bringing students and teachers to speak with Sisters of Providence, Congregation of Notre Dame Sisters and Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph as part of their ongoing education process.