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 Francis Regis Young

Sister Mary Francis Regis Young

On January 21, 1936 Sister Mary Francis Regis (Elizabeth Young) passed to her eternal home at the House of Providence, Kingston. At different times sister was appointed to offices of responsibility and for a number of years she was Mistress of Novices and later Local...

Sister Mary of the Cross Whelan

Sister Mary of the Cross Whelan

On January 10, 1936, Sister Mary of the Cross (Helen Frances Whelan) was called to her eternal reward at the House of Providence, Kingston. Endowed with exceptional skill in the nursing profession, Sister spent the greater part of her life in St. Vincent de Paul...

Sister Mary Delphine LeFebre

Sister Mary Delphine LeFebre

On September 5, 1935, Sister Mary Delphine (Julie Lefebvre) rendered her soul to God at Saint Mary’s Hospital, Camrose, Alberta. After her profession Sister joined the staff of St. Francis General Hospital, Smiths Falls, completing her training course, she spent...

Sister Mary Callistus Nelligan

Sister Mary Callistus Nelligan

On August 4, 1935, Sister Mary Callistus (Bridget Nelligan) was called to her eternal reward at the House of Providence, Kingston. Sister devoted a number of years to the sick and poor in the House of Providence. She was also stationed at St. Francis’ General...

Sister Mary Celestine Donegan

Sister Mary Celestine Donegan

On June 27, 1935, Sister Mary Celestine (Mary Donegan) died at the House of Providence, Kingston. In 1904 Sister entered the preparatory Novitiate at the House of Providence, to begin her religious training. After completing her Novitiate term she made profession....

Sister Mary Priscilla Kavanagh

Sister Mary Priscilla Kavanagh

On May 18, 1935, Sister Mary Priscilla (Mary Kavanagh) passed to her eternal reward at the House of Providence, Kingston. After her profession Sister was engaged in the different works of the Institute, spending several years in the direct services of the poor. She...

Sister Mary Francis Clare Cannon

Sister Mary Francis Clare Cannon

On November 27, 1934, Sister Mary Francis Clare (Genevieve Cannon) died at Toronto on her way to St. Vincent de Paul Hospital, Brockville. She died before she could be removed from the train to St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto. After her religious profession Sister was...

Sister Mary Dolorosa McGuiggan

Sister Mary Dolorosa McGuiggan

On October 13, 1934, Sister Mary Dolorosa (Sarah McGuiggan) died at the House of Providence, Kingston. After her profession Sister was sent to St. Vincent de Paul Hospital, Brockville, to take up the study of nursing. Gifted with admirable qualities of mind and heart,...

Sister Mary Teresa Mangan

Sister Mary Teresa Mangan

On September 18, 1934, Sister Mary Teresa (Margaret Mangan) passed to her eternal home at the House of Providence, Kingston. Sister was a zealous and successful teacher, having taught in the Separate Schools of Perth, Belleville, Brockville and Portsmouth. On retiring...

Sister Mary Agatha Armour

Sister Mary Agatha Armour

On April 3, 1934, Sister Mary Agatha (Annie Armour) died during her sleep while on a visit to her sister, Sister St. Zeno of the Grey Nuns’ Community, Ottawa. Sister’s life was chiefly devoted to the care of the aged poor and sick. She spent some years at Saint...