Return to La Papalota

At that time, the Sisters of Providence focused their El Salvador ministry on education and formation of youth.

Sister Marilyn Charette standing under the entrance sign to the city of Santiago de Maria, the seat of our Diocese  of Santiago de Maria.

Spotlight on Sr. Felma Cerezo

For years, Sister Felma Cerezo has captured the images of Sisters of Providence engaged  in countless activities, including Jubilee celebrations. As a Jubilarian herself this year, she put the camera down for a moment. We would like to share just a few images of her amazing ability to bring beauty to everything and everyone she touches.

Mount St. Joseph’s closing ceremony

The theme for the Ceremony of Gratitude and Hope was: “For all that has been, thanks. For all that will be . . . yes.”


Nuns on a Bus

NETWORK, the social-justice activist organization led by Sister Simone Campbell, SSS, went on the road this year with its second “Nuns on the Bus” tour.

This time, our Sister Charlene Hudon was on board for part of the journey.

The nuns traveled from coast to coast – 6,500 miles and across 15 states – over three weeks. Their message was on immigration justice, calling attention to the fact that Congress needs to enact “commonsense 21st century immigration policies that reflect our true American values.”

Sister Charlene advocated on behalf of migrants, especially those who are undocumented. She joined the group in San Diego, Calif., on Thursday, June 13, for the last segment, traveling through the California cities of Irvine, Los Angeles, Bakersfield, Delano, Modesto, San Francisco and ending up at Angel Island on June 18.