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The Providence Catholic community prays together every morning. Students, faculty and staff volunteer to share a personal reflection over the public address system, followed by the recitation of the Consecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and concluding with the Pledge of Allegiance. We invite you to listen to the prayers offered up by our community and pray with us!
 
Traditional Worship Services: Sundays, 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. The Net: Sundays, 11:00 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Rich in sound, imagery and vibrant preaching, our services of worship at Providence use different expressions to explore the majesty and mystery of our Living God. The Sacrament of Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month at all Sunday morning services and each third Sunday at the 8:30 a.m. service. Music at our Traditional Worship Services is led by our ...
 
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Providence started as a dream, moved to a living room, and spread from place to place, town to town, heart to heart, and life to life…until now. We are not a part of a denomination, we have always seen God astound us when we step out in faith, and we believe that God’s best days for us are in the future. We always have room for you. We hope that we can partner together in bringing the light of Jesus to dark places in this region and world. You are welcome anytime to come and join the celebra ...
 
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Join us for this new series about the Gospel of John. Matt is preaching through the Gospel until Easter, but because of time constraints, there are stories that he won't be able to cover in his sermon time. So, here on the podcast, we are going to fill in the gaps and discuss some important stories from this wonderful Gospel, thus "John Outtakes" b…
 
Curious what it was like to work for the Queen? Historian Kathryn Lamontagne, Ph.D. ’01, ’03G worked in the Royal Collection at Buckingham Palace and joins the Providence College Podcast to discuss what that means, what it was like to meet the late queen, and her continuing scholarship on Catholic women in Britain. Lamontagne is a lecturer at Bosto…
 
A Sermon by Pastor Richard Sfameni, Lead Pastor of Victory Church in Providence, RI. The God of Restoration, Part 2 Joel 2:25-27 25 “So I will restore to you the years that the swarming [k]locust has eaten,The crawling locust,The consuming locust,And the chewing locust,My great army which I sent among you.26 You shall eat in plenty and be satisfied…
 
Thanks for listening! God is here, and anything is possible! Connect with Providence: www.providence.church/connect Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC4kAY3OKuK90VuV8rm6Pmw Website: www.providence.church Facebook: www.facebook.com/ProvidenceSugarLand Instagram: www.instagram.com/providence.church…
 
Jesus knew Lazarus would die and yet chose to wait to do something about it. Why? He had something important in store for Lazarus’s sisters, as well as for those around the family. In this sermon, Jonathan Cothron explores what this amazing story means for our lives today.Kirjoittanut Jonathan Cothron
 
January 22, 2023 Morning Service. In today's political climate, it's easy to see how our country is headed in a direction where the religious freedoms we have enjoyed for so long may soon be facing significant challenges if not outright elimination. So what then should we do as believers? In this week's sermon, Pastor John Friederich takes guidance…
 
At least 20 years have passed since Joseph and his family parted ways under horrific circumstances involving human trafficking, slave1y, deception, and jealousy. During this time, Joseph, having thrived in spite of all this, has risen to rule as 2nd in command of Egypt. He has learned a new language, he has married an Egyptian, he has served in Pha…
 
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