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ORDER: Sisters of Providence PLACE: Holyoke, Massachusetts DESCRIPTION: We, Sisters of Providence of Holyoke, Mass.
Moen, president and chief executive officer of Heywood Hospital, is leaving after 20 years to accept a similar position with Sisters of Providence Health System in Springfield.
Providence continues the legacy of the Sisters of Providence and the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary in the West spanning more than 150 years.
To finance its first Alaska hospital in Nome in 1902, Holy Cross Hospital, the members of the Sisters of Providence Catholic order combed the shoreline where a recent influx of gold miners had swelled the population to 10,000.
Morrow's history of the Oblate Sisters of Providence is told chronologically, beginning with the 1828 collaboration between four charter members, Mary Lange, Marie Magdelaine Balas, Rosine Boegue, and Marie Therese Duchemin (all free black Caribbean emigres), and a sympathetic white Sulpician priest, James Hector Joubert.
Elizabeth McGahan, "Community Membership and Changing Missions: Writing the History of Transition from Religious to Lay Control in a Canadian City--the Case of the Sisters of Charity of the Immaculate Conception" Elizabeth Smyth, "Writing the History of a Founder: Catherine McKinley and the Sisters of Providence of St Vincent de Paul of Kingston, Ontario"
To purchase the former Sisters of Providence building and add eight transitional beds for youth, 16 to 24 years old who are at risk of homelessness, as well as increased accessibility to support services.
These organizations continue a tradition of spirit-rooted creativity initiated in the 19th century by the founding of two orders of black women religious--the Oblate Sisters of Providence and the Sisters of the Holy Family--and the lay initiatives of the "Colored Catholic Congresses" and the Federated Colored Catholics.