Sisters of Providence
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Sisters of Providence may refer to a number of congregations of Religious Sisters:
- Sisters of Providence of Corenc, Grenoble, France
- Sisters of Providence of Holyoke, founded in 1873 in Massachusetts as the first mission of the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul, autonomous in 1892 as a congregation of diocesan right
- Sisters of Providence of the Institute of Charity, founded in 1832 by the Blessed Antonio Rosmini
- Sisters of Providence of Lisieux, established in 1691 as a separate branch of the Sisters in Rouen by King Louis XIV
- Sisters of Providence (Montreal), founded in 1840 by Blessed Émilie Gamelin
- Sisters of Providence of Rouen, later the Sisters of the Infant Jesus, founded in 1666 by the Blessed Nicholas Barré, O.M., to provide free education to the poor
- Sisters of Providence (Ruillé-sur-Loir, France) - founded in 1806
- Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, established in 1840 in Indiana, in the United States, by St. Mother Theodore Guerin as a mission from Ruillé-sur-Loir, autonomous in 1843
- Sisters of Providence (Séez, France)
- Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul, established in 1861 upon the initiative of Edward John Horan, the Bishop of Kingston, in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, by four Sisters of Providence from Montreal.
- Oblate Sisters of Providence, founded in 1829 in Baltimore, Maryland, for the education of African American girls, the first religious congregation composed of women of African descent
- Sisters of St. Ann of Providence, founded in 1834 in Turin, Italy, by Carlo Tancredi Falletti, the last Marchese of Barolo, Piedmont, and his wife, the Servant of God Juliette Colbert
- Congregation of Divine Providence - based in Saint-Jean-de-Bassel in Lorraine, founded in 1762 by the Blessed Jean-Martin Moye, a French priest who saw the lack of educational opportunities for females in Lorraine
- Congregation of Divine Providence, Mainz - founded in 1851 in Germany by the Bishop of Mainz, Baron Wilhelm Emmanuel von Ketteler
- Congregation of Divine Providence, Texas - established in the United States in 1866 as a mission from Saint-Jean-de-Bassel, an autonomous congregation in 1886.
- Daughters of Providence, founded in Brittany in 1816 by the Abbé Jean-Marie de Lamennais
- Daughters of Providence (Paris), existed 1651-1681
- Women of Providence in Collaboration
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