1. Sisters of Providence (Saint Mary-of-the-Woods) 1840. The Congregation has contribute to the sanctification of others through the education of children , nursing and other technical positions. 2. Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Iin 1833, The Sisters were assigned to teaching, nursing, secretarial, library or various other departments. Their unusual veil was to imitate a coffin which was meant to symbolize that the Sister was "dead" to worldly desires. Religion, Cath Nun, Catholic Nun, Pretty Dolls, Nun Dolls, Dolls Dresses
1. Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary The congregation's purpose is sanctification of its members, and the education of youth. 2. Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary The central house in America is Marymount College, Tarrytown, New York. The particular work to which the Institute is dedicated is teaching of all age levels.
1. Sister of Charity of St. Elizabeth Was founded in Newark, New Jersey 1859, at the request of the Bishop of Newark, the nephew of Mother Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton. The Sisters are noted for the pleated habit worn under their apron. 2. Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Ladies of Loretto) The Foundress was Mary Ward, an Englishwoman. who established the first institute in 1609 in Belgium as an uncloistered community to serve the needs of the Church.
1. Sisters of Christian Charity Pauline von Mallinckrodt founded this community in Germany in 1849 2. Felician Sisters O.S.F. Founded in Warsaw, Poland in 1855.The Sisters ministering include education and charitable works in orphanages, hospitals and homes for the aged.
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