Seeking Retired Priest;


To all,

We are seeking a retired priest to assist with the spiritual care needs of the residents of Providence Home Nursing home in Jasper Indiana.

I was wondering if there is a national retired priest directory published that we could use to search for an interested priest.

See letter below that further explains our need.


John Siebert
Board Chair Providence Home
Jasper In
812 630 4720

        The management board of the Providence Home is looking for an active retired (or near retirement) priest to provide spiritual care for the Catholic residents of the facility.  The Providence Home is a 60-bed Health Care Center situated in Jasper, Indiana, three blocks from the city center and two blocks from the local Memorial Hospital.

        The Providence Home has been managed for the last 80 years by the Sons of Divine Providence, a rather young congregation founded in Italy by St Louis Orione (1872-1940), who was canonized by Pope John Paul II on May 18, 2004.

        Due to a shortage of vocations and dwindling of members, the Sons of Divine Providence are no longer able to provide a resident priest for the Home. 

        In return for the spiritual care (daily Mass, rosary and other devotions), the Board would offer to the applicant priest board and lodging with an independent entrance, laundry service and other negotiable extras. 

        If you would like to know more about the Providence Home, please visit our website at [](

        If you are interested, (or if you know a priest who would be interested), contact Fr. Angelo Quadrini, F.D.P. [email][/email] or the Administrator, Mike O’Brien [email][/email] or telephone 812-482-6603 ext.228 (9:00am to5pm).

                                                                    Sincerely in Christ †

                                                                    Father Angelo Quadrini, F.D.P.


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