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Connect and Learn: Sisters of Charity of the Immaculate Conception

Urgent needs of Irish orphans and immigrants led to the founding of this Canadian community in Saint John, New Brunswick in 1854. Bishop Thomas Louis Connolly, OFM Cap. went to the New York novitiate of the Sisters of Charity to call for women to found the new...

Connect and Learn: Brothers of Charity

The Brothers of Charity were founded in 1807 at Ghent, Belgium, by Pierre Joseph Triest (1760-1836) for nursing and education. This priest founded four congregation to aid the poor in the spirit of Saint Vincent de Paul, the patron of this institute. Triest himself...

Connect and Learn: Congregation of Sisters of Mercy of St. Vincent de Paul

The Congregation of Sisters of Mercy of St. Vincent de Paul was founded in Ukraine (in the Byzantine rite) by Metropolitan Andrew Sheptytsky on June 8, 1926 as eastern branch of the Congregation of Sisters of Mercy of St. Vincent, originated in Deinze, Belgium in...

Connect and Learn: Sisters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul of Satu-Mare

They were founded 1842 by Bishop John Ham (1781-1804) in Satu-Mare (Szatmar, then Austria-Hungary, now Romania) for diverse apostolic and charitable services because of his concern for the poor, the sick, the neglected, and the education of youth. He sent some...

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