Oct. 14, 2015

A NEW YORK TIMES FEATURE REVIEWS OUR VOLUNTEER, SARA BENNETT'S LATEST ART EXHIBITION THAT CAPTURES LIFE AFTER DECADES IN PRISON THROUGH POWERFUL PORTRAITS IN WHICH OUR FORMER RESIDENT, TRACY, AND OUR FOUNDRESS, SISTER ELAINE ROULET IS FEATURED.

Powerful portraits capture life after decades in prison

When Sara Bennett photographs women convicted of murder, she shoots only in black and white. "There's less distraction," she said, although Bennett's utterly unsentimental photos also reflect her desire, after spending 30 years as a criminal defense lawyer, to challenge the common assumption that these women are dangerous, unredeemed or unforgiveable.

Sep. 30, 2015

A Daily Catholic News Program, Currents, reports on our former resident and founder of WORTH (Women On the Rise Telling HerStory), Tina Reynolds.

Providence House's Gift of Stability, Opportunity

Providence House helps women in troubled situations, and their children. And, as Currents correspondent Katie Breidenbach reports, the September issue of Essence magazine includes a feature on an entrepreneur who is a former Providence House resident.

Sep. 1, 2015

Essence Magazine featured a profile of our former resident and founder of WORTH (Women on the Rise Telling Herstory), Tina Reynolds written by the author, asha bandele.

FEB. 6, 2015

A NEW YORK TIMES FEATURE TELLS THE STORY OF A UNIQUE DONATION AND HOW IT BENEFITED PROVIDENCE HOUSE.

Finding the 'Right' Way to Dispose of Ill-Gotten Gains

SEVERAL years ago, a large European company asked Thomas M. DiBiagio to run an internal audit on its South African operations. The company suspected that something might be amiss. And it was right. In the course of the audit, he discovered about $12 million that might best be described as ill-gotten gains.

Dec. 1, 2014

Sister Janet Kinney, Executive Director of Providence House, and Anthony Butler, Executive Director of St. John's Bread and Life, join host Msgr. Kieran Harrington in-studio to discuss housing those who need shelter, giving food to those who hunger, and providing programs to help people get back onto their feet.

NET TV - In the Arena - Giving Back (11/30/2014)

Sister Janet Kinney, Executive Director of Providence House, and Anthony Butler, Executive Director of St. John's Bread and Life, join host Msgr. Kieran Harrington in-studio to discuss housing those who need shelter, giving food to those who hunger, and providing programs to help people get back onto their feet.

May 13, 2013

Providence House Holds Grand Opening for its First Supportive Housing Residence

Providence House Holds Grand Opening for its First Supportive Housing Residence | Network Newsfeed | Supportive Housing Network of New York

A seven-year road led to D'Addario Residence in Brooklyn On one of the year's most beautiful days -- May 10 -- friends and supporters of Providence House's first supportive/affordable housing residence gathered for the opening of the D'Addario Residence in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn.

Nov. 5, 2005

Spotlight piece on Sister Janet Kinney's participation in the New York City Marathon

SISTER ON THE RUN FOR A CAUSE

SHE GETS UP at 4:30 a.m., runs through the streets of Brooklyn for an hour or so, returns home and gets ready for her workday, which starts with morning prayers with three other nuns. Tomorrow, Sister Janet Kinney will learn whether all that predawn pavement pounding has paid off.