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!
Sister Mary Alexis Doyle

Sister Mary Alexis Doyle

On May 9, 1938, Sister Mary Alexis (Catherine Doyle) died at the House of Providence, Kingston. Sister was a faithful religious and spent most of her time tending to the wants of the poor, and in charge of household duties. She spent many years at Maryvale Abbey, Glen...

Sister Mary Thecla Hamilton

Sister Mary Thecla Hamilton

On March 7, 1938, Sister Mary Thecla (Rose Hamilton) departed this life at the House of Providence, Kingston. After her profession Sister spent several years at the House of Providence. Later she went to the missions of Brockville, Belleville and St. Mary’s of the...

Sister Mary Francis Xavier McDermott

Sister Mary Francis Xavier McDermott

On February 13, 1938, Sister Mary Francis Xavier (Mary Amelia McDermott) died at the House of Providence, Kingston. Sister’s life was devoted to teaching, for which she was admirably adapted. She had taught for two years, before entering the convent, in a school near...

Sister Mary Wilfred Pennock

Sister Mary Wilfred Pennock

On January 21, 1938, Sister Mary Wilfred (Mary Pennock) died at Providence Hospital, Daysland, Alberta. Coming from Brockville, Sister entered the Novitiate then at St. Mary’s of the Lake, August 15, 1912. As a member of the Community, Sister M. Wilfred spent most of...

Sister Mary Liguori Traynor

Sister Mary Liguori Traynor

On August 7, 1937, Sister Mary Liguori (Mary Traynor) died at St. Vincent de Paul Hospital Brockville.  Most of Sister’s religious life was devoted to teaching in the various schools of the Diocese. As a teacher of primary grades Sister was outstanding, and as years...

Sister Mary Aloysius Corrigan

Sister Mary Aloysius Corrigan

On June 6, 1937, Sister Mary Aloysius (Mary Corrigan) died at the House of Providence, Kingston. After profession Sister devoted her time to study, and was employed in light duties. Later she went to St. Vincent de Paul Hospital, Brockville, and after training as a...

Sister Mary Joseph McCarthy

Sister Mary Joseph McCarthy

On May 20, 1937, Sister Mary Joseph (Mary McCarthy) was called to her eternal home at the House of Providence, Kingston. After her profession Sister took part in the laborious works of the House, caring for the poor, soliciting alms, nursing the sick in their homes....

Sister Mary Cleophas Raby

Sister Mary Cleophas Raby

On May 2, 1937, Sister Mary Cleophas (Lucy Raby) died at the Hotel Dieu, Kingston. Sister was not in her usual health for some weeks, and being advised by her physician to submit to an operation, she did so. The results seemed to be beneficial and she was apparently...

Mary of the Annunciation McDonagh

Mary of the Annunciation McDonagh

Sister Mary of the Annunciation (Alicia McDonagh) was called to her eternal reward in the midst of the Christmas rejoicings on January 4, 1937. From the time of her entrance into religion Sister devoted herself to the love and service of her Divine Master, recognizing...

Sister Mary Rodriguez Whelan

Sister Mary Rodriguez Whelan

On December 2, 1936, Sister Mary Rodriguez (Margaret Emily Whelan) died at the Hotel Dieu, Kingston. After profession Sister was appointed to resume her studies in order to qualify for a teacher. Her first appointment was principal of St. Peter’s School, Trenton,...