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Center for Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation

The Centre for Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation was created in 2005 as a result of recommendations that came from different congregational meetings (2002 General Chapter and General Conferences in 2003, 2004 and 2005). It was established as a centre that would furnish information and provide support for the sisters and their ministries with reference to social, environmental and political issues from the point of view of the congregation as a global entity.

Vision and mission

The love of Christ impels us as Sisters of Providence, to proclaim God's providential reign, choosing fullness of life for all creation. Recognizing the struggle for justice as a constitutive dimension of the gospel, the Centre in keeping with our mission of Providence with and for the poor, provides the opportunity for Sisters of Providence and Providence Associates:

  • to grow in awareness of the realities of life, globally, nationally, regionally and locally;
  • to collaborate actively among themselves, with other religious congregations, and with various peace and justice groups and organizations;
  • to facilitate our responses as an international congregation, as well as provinces, local communities, individual Sisters and Providence Associates.



We invite you to learn about the various issues in which we are involved and which constitute some the activities of JPIC:


The Earth Charter

The Congregation of the Sisters of Providence support the Earth Charter Initiative. read more

Human trafficking

Campaign: Stop the Demand for Trafficking in Women and Children!

UNANIMA International, a coaliton to which the Congregation of the Sisters of Providence belong, considers that the buying and selling of human beings, and more particularily of women and children for sexual exploitation, constitutes the most frequent form of current day slavery. UNANIMA has launched an anti-trafficking campaign that aims at stopping the demand for trafficking in women and children. This campaign will be launched in two steps, from 2007 to 2010. read more