Sisters sell Mount St. Joseph to Providence Health & Services-Washington
“I’ve heard there used to be sisters here.” When a Sister of Providence heard that remark on an elevator at Mount St. Joseph in Spokane, she was surprised, bemused and nostalgic. Yes, there used to be a great many Sisters of Providence in the building on Ninth Avenue whose sale to Providence Health & Services-Washington took effect on January 15. If these old walls could only talk ...
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National Catholic Sisters Week takes its place as part of Women’s History Month
Some of America’s unsung heroines, Catholic sisters, were in the national spotlight March 8-14 to launch the first National Catholic Sisters Week. A gathering of college-age women and women religious from various congregations was held at St. Catherine University in St. Paul, Minn., to recognize and honor the role of Catholic sisters in American history and to explore their lives, their mission and their works today.
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In the News: Sr. Sue Orlowski
Sue Orlowski, SP, recently completed two three-year terms as superior of Sisters of Providence at Mount St. Joseph in Spokane. She has settled in a community with four other sisters and is looking for new opportunities, reports the Fig Tree, Spokane's ecumenical newspaper.
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Sister Marita Capili professes first vows
Sister Marita N. Capili made first profession of vows as a Sister of Providence in a Eucharistic celebration on Sunday, Sept. 22, in the chapel at Mount St. Joseph, Spokane, followed by a reception.
Two Chilean sisters profess perpetual vows in Seattle ceremony
Two Sisters of Providence from Bernarda Morin Province in Chile professed perpetual vows in a liturgical celebration at St. Joseph Residence in Seattle on November 24.