Who sees, and feels, is impelled to work. If you cannot do it by yourself, it may become the beginning of a much greater work. Befriended priests join the idea. More people get involved.
Ideas turn into action, and the small home, simple and practical, get prepared.
Ideas turn into ideals. Four young women dare to assume the risk of a new beginning: twenty orphans find a home.
And the enlarged scenery:
Our Congregation of Divine Providence is born on that 3rd of November 1842 in Münster/Germany.
Horizons get widened. The number of Sisters rises up. Needs are seen everywhere. With the blessings of Divine Providence the fields of action of the Congregation get wider: educational activities, pastoral engagement, missionary initiatives, charitable and social works, hospitals ... a great diversity of faces and appeals.