To educate is "to love and to hope!"
It is the Tau or Cross of Saint-Anthony the Great (250-355):
This cross, originating in the key of life for the ancient Pharahos was adopted by the Early Coptic Christians of Egypt. As a Christian symbol, this cross developed a rich significance:
Who we are is intimately linked to our mission. As consecrated religious women, we want to reflect the sign of hope in the today’s world and make a substantial contribution in the Church’s mission. Of the Antiochene spirituality, we bring the Oriental breath to the heart of the Occidental Catholic Church.
From our origins, we must live the contemplative dimension in our apostolic life aspiring to measure ourselves to the call of the gospel. " Go, sell all you have, give it to the poor and come follow me " - (Matthew 19:21)
Our spirituality is from the heritage of Saint Anthony, called the father of monastic life, the patrimony of our Maronite Church. Moreover, we draw from the charisma of our innovator, Mother Isabelle Khoury, thus meaning the evangelic simplicity, family spirit and the love of the poor.
Faithful of this spirit, we strive to live our religious consecrated life with its contemplative and apostolic dimensions in the footsteps of our Lord, true God and true Man, and by witnessing his mercy and love with generosity and joy.
An Enriched Education for your Child
Catholic, private french school in Ottawa with a Trilingual Academic program
We educate academic intelligence and the hearts of students in the light of The Gospel’s teaching and values in an atmosphere of security, mutual respect and loving care.
We offer an education that promote academic excellence where the best opportunities are provided so every student can learn, grow, succeed and become a responsible person!
Fields of Action
Working in 42 institutions of which 32 are in Lebanon and 8 elsewhere throughout the world.
Our apostolic mandate includes early childhood and youth education, social health services as well as religious, cultural, pastoral and parochial activities. Our institutions, pertaining to educate, count 21 school establishments; 10 are at the secondary level. Most of these institutions are trilingual (French, English and Arabic) and educate some 15 000 students in a given school year.
Actually, we are working in 42 institutions of which 32 are in Lebanon and 8 elsewhere in the world.
We are established in different Lebanese regions and in some other countries.
Every Little Bit Counts
Be part of the flourishing programs that supports the Providence Foundation in the implementation of its mission by making a one-time donation or dedicating your commitment to a specific community program. We do not profit from our donations, your support means the world to us.
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