This name derives from the Latin “prō vĭdēre > prōvĭdēre > prōvĭdĕo > prōvĭdentĭa”, meaning “foresight, foreknowledge, prudence, caution, to take precautions, be cautious and provident (ecclesiastical) divine providence, to provide”. In theology, divine providence, or providence, is God's intervention in the world. "Divine Providence" (usually capitalized) is also used as a title of God. Our Lady of Providence or Our Lady of Divine Providence is a reference to Mary (Mother of Jesus) in relationship with Divine Providence. Various Roman Catholic groups have a particular devotion to Our Lady of Providence.