Sisters of Divine Providence have been involved in classroom education since they arrived in the United States in 1889. They opened a school at Mount St. Martin’s, Newport and soon after began to staff various schools in the local Greater Cincinnati area as well as schools as far away as Rhode Island. Most of those early teachers were French or German immigrants so English was their second language.
Today sisters continue to serve in elementary, high school and college classrooms as well as ...full story >
While tensions between the governments of the United States and the People's Republic of Korea were escalating, approximately 650 members of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious meeting in Orlando, FL issued the following public statement imploring President Donald J. Trump to engage in dialogue and negotiation.
At this critical moment for our country and global community, we - the 650 members of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious gathered in assembly. ...full story
Summer is full of possibilities and when August comes to an end, it seems that many of those possible activities have slipped by again another year. Sisters of Divine Providence have enjoyed a variety of opportunities to learn, share, work, rest and pray.
This summer Sisters Mary Agnes Cashman, Jean and Rose Ann Menke, with a few other volunteers spent time house cleaning Holy Trinity Elementary School, Bellevue and beautifying the grounds. Walls and windows were...full story>