Sisters of Divine Providence
by CNA Staff Denver Newsroom, Jun 27, 2021 / 05:15 am June 30 marks the 168th anniversary of the death of one of the most fascinating characters of American Catholicism: Pierre Toussaint, who was born a slave in Haiti, became a free man in New York, and died as the
Sr. Helen Louise Bartlett, CDP died peacefully at Holy Family Home on August 14, 2020. She was a professed member of the Congregation of Divine Providence for 70 years. Born in Newport, Kentucky in 1931 to Louis and Helen Bartlett, she made her first profession of vows in 1950 and
Sister Leslie Keener, CDP For those in vocations work, there is no escaping talk of our current vocation “crisis.” Fifty years ago, religious Sisters seemed to be everywhere, running schools, hospitals, and other ministries. Now, there are fewer of us, true, but this isn’t—and shouldn’t be thought of as—a crisis.
Holy Cross Come & See Weekend. October 4-6, South Bend IN The Congregation of Holy Cross welcomes high school seniors to a weekend at Old College, the undergraduate seminary on the campus of the University of Notre Dame, October 4 – 6, 2018. Contact the Office of Vocations at 574-631-6385
For a long time, Sister Mary Echo Perry had a sense that God was calling her to a life that consecrated her solely to God, but she resisted. After all, she was a convert to Catholicism who had been married and had an adult daughter. Being a Sister seemed impossible.