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The Daughters of Charity minister in Cité Soleil, a desperately poor neighborhood in a large slum near Port-au-Prince. Here the sisters who work there regularly stand with five sisters of the Daughters of Charity, who came from other regions to help after the earthquake.

The Daughters of Charity minister in Cité Soleil, a desperately poor neighborhood in a large slum near Port-au-Prince. Here the sisters who work there regularly stand with five sisters of the Daughters of Charity, who came from other regions to help after the earthquake.

catherine laboure | Aquarelle de sainte Catherine Labouré - Dessine-moi...

catherine laboure | Aquarelle de sainte Catherine Labouré - Dessine-moi...

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Vincent Medical Center Mural of St. V de Paul, Mother Mary and his Daughters of Charity

Presentation on The Roots of Frederic Ozanam’s Passion for Charity and Justice #ssvp #svdp #famvin

Presentation on The Roots of Frederic Ozanam’s Passion for Charity and Justice

February 17: Foundation of the Sisters of Charity of Halifax #famvin

February Foundation of the Sisters of Charity of Halifax - VinFormation

Sister Chrysostum Moynahan, Chief Nurse at Base Hospital 102 (used with permission of Daughters of Charity Provincial Archives)

World War One: Account of Charles Holden

Sister Chrysostum Moynahan, Chief Nurse at Base Hospital 102 (used with permission of Daughters of Charity Provincial Archives)

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Charity, Daughters, Daughter

Sister siblings, four of whom were Daughters of Charity:  Copied photo from 1992 of the five Wheeler sister nuns on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013, at Louise House in Menands, N.Y. From left are sisters Elaine, Mary Cecelia, Zoe, Jean Marie and Madeline. Elaine and Jean Marie just recently died within 24 hours of each other. (Cindy Schultz / Times Union)    Read more: http://www.timesunion.com/local/article/Sisters-were-Sisters-inseparable-to-the-end-4215513.php#ixzz2IpiTeFb3

Sisters were Sisters, inseparable to the end

Sister siblings, four of whom were Daughters of Charity: Copied photo from 1992 of the five Wheeler sister nuns on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013, at Louise House in Menands, N.Y. From left are sisters Elaine, Mary Cecelia, Zoe, Jean Marie and Madeline. Elaine and Jean Marie just recently died within 24 hours of each other. (Cindy Schultz / Times Union) Read more: http://www.timesunion.com/local/article/Sisters-were-Sisters-inseparable-to-the-end-4215513.php#ixzz2IpiTeFb3

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