In this paper, based on a talk delivered during the 2012 Annual Meeting in Miami Gardens, Florida, Dr. Morrow delves into the annals of the Oblate Sisters of Providence and reveals the challenges they faced during the Civil War Era and their strength and ingenuity in finding resourceful solutions to continue in their mission to educate black children and provide much-needed services for slaves and free blacks during this time. Their capacity for commitment and creativity at this time of existential conflict stands as a model even today.
Morrow, Diane Batts
"The Experience of the Oblate Sisters of Providence During the Civil War Era,"
Journal of the Black Catholic Theological Symposium: Vol. 7, Article 6.
Available at: https://ecommons.udayton.edu/jbcts/vol7/iss1/6