Sisters of Providence (SP)
Soeurs de la Providence
Hermanas de la Providencia
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1843, by Mother Emilie Gamelin and Bishop Ignace Bourget, as Filles de la Charité, Servantes des Pauvres (FCSP). Formerly also known as Filles de la Charité de la Providence de Montréal, Servantes des Pauvres de la Providence de Montréal and Soeurs de la Providence de Montréal. Officially known by present name since 1970.
Respond to multiple needs of the poor.
General Administration with Provinces and Sectors. General Chapter (every 5 years). General Conference (at least once a year).
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