Life of Mademoiselle La Gras Louise de Marillac Foundress of the Sister of Charity

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Life of Mademoiselle La Gras Louise de Marillac  Foundress of the Sister of Charity

Author: Comtesse De R. Marie-Charlotte-Victoire

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Life of the Venerable Louise de Marillac Mademoiselle Le Gras Foundress of the Company of Sisters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul

Le Gras was secretary to the QueenRegent Marie de Médicis ; and Louise ' s
uncle , the Marshal Jean - Louis , having married the Queen ' s aunt , Catherine ,
daughter of Cosmo de Médicis , the two families were intimately connected ; thus
a ...

Life of the Venerable Louise de Marillac  Mademoiselle Le Gras  Foundress of the Company of Sisters of Charity of St  Vincent de Paul

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Life of the Venerable Louise de Marillac Mademoiselle Le Gras

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Life of the Venerable Louise de Marillac  Mademoiselle Le Gras

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Excerpt from Life of the Venerable Louise De Marillac (Mademoiselle Le Gras): Foundress of the Company of Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent De Paul Catholic than the everyday life of the typical Sister of Charity. No work, relieving the poor, the sick, and the sad, is alien to them. When asked to minister in any form to the suffering members of Christ's Mystical Body, I have never heard them plead, It is against our holy rule. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

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22 : 1908 and Jacob Nöf , of Frankford , Penn . , and their Le Fer de la Motte ,
Irma . See La ... Life of Mademoiselle Co. 1886. 352 pp . , 1 pl . , illus . 8 ° [ 97,902
; 89. ] Le Gras ( Louise de Marillac ) , foundress of the 23 : 2119 sisters of charity .

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The Dublin Review

It is equivalent to this , that a minister like de Witt is best for a republic until the
danger of conquest menaces its independence , and then it needs the ægis of “
une dynastie séculaire . ” Life of Mademoiselle Le Gras ( Louise de Marillac ) ...

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The Life of Jean Jacques Olier

M. Olier , therefore , called in the aid of the Sisters of Charity , lately founded by
Mlle . Le Gras ( Louise de Marillac ) * under the direction of St. Vincent de Paul ;
indeed , he was the first Curé of Paris who introduced them into his parish .

The Life of Jean Jacques Olier

Author: Edward Healy Thompson

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Vincent de Paul and Louise de Marillac

LaViede Mademoiselle Le Gras, Fondatrice et Premiere Superieure de la
Compagnie des F tiles de la Charite, Servantes des Pauvres Malades. Paris:
Andre Pralard, 1676. A partial English translation is The Life of Mademoiselle Le
Gras, ...

Vincent de Paul and Louise de Marillac

Author: Saint Vincent de Paul

Publisher: Paulist Press

ISBN: 9780809135646

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Here are the rules, conferences and writings of these two Vincentian founders who, through service to the poor, left an indelible mark on the church in France in the seventeenth century and beyond to the present. Louise (1591-1660) first came to Vincent (1581-1660) for spiritual direction and they became coworkers and friends for the rest of their lives.

Common Threads

4 (October 1900): 407. Life of Mademoiselle Le Gras (Louise de Marillac),
Foundress of the Sisters of Charity. New York: Benziger Brothers, 1884, 1917.
Lindauer, Owen. “Archaeology of the Phoenix Indian School.” Archaeology, 27
March ...

Common Threads

Author: Sally Dwyer-McNulty

Publisher: UNC Press Books

ISBN: 1469614103

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A well-illustrated cultural history of the apparel worn by American Catholics, Sally Dwyer-McNulty's Common Threads reveals the transnational origins and homegrown significance of clothing in developing identity, unity, and a sense of respectability for a major religious group that had long struggled for its footing in a Protestant-dominated society often openly hostile to Catholics. Focusing on those who wore the most visually distinct clothes--priests, women religious, and schoolchildren--the story begins in the 1830s, when most American priests were foreign born and wore a variety of clerical styles. Dwyer-McNulty tracks and analyzes changes in Catholic clothing all the way through the twentieth century and into the present, which finds the new Pope Francis choosing to wear plain black shoes rather than ornate red ones. Drawing on insights from the study of material culture and of lived religion, Dwyer-McNulty demonstrates how the visual lexicon of clothing in Catholicism can indicate gender ideology, age, and class. Indeed, clothing itself has become a kind of Catholic language, whether expressing shared devotional experiences or entwined with debates about education, authority, and the place of religion in American society.

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St. Teresa , A Popular Life of . ... L. A. LAMBERT 1018 pp . large 8vo , rós . net . ;
halfmorocco , 18s . net . ... Le Gras , Mlle . , Life of ( Louise de Marillac ) , Founder
of the Sisters of Charity Preceded by Letters of Mgr . MERMILLOD , Bishop of ...

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Louise de Marillac

Although she had no parents , Louise de Marillac was a member of an illustrious
family with close Court connections . ... be known as Mademoiselle Le Gras
rather than Madame Le Gras The Life and Times of Louise de Marillac : A
Woman of ...

Louise de Marillac

Author: Kathryn B. LaFleur

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This work is a study of the spirituality of St. Louise de Marillac. It makes Louise's spirituality accessible to today's Christian showing her as a model and guide. A perfect book for those wishing to have a deeper knowledge of Vincentian spirituality.

New Catholic World

We have read here and there short notices of Mademoiselle Le Gras ( Louise de
Marillac ) which were sufficient to ... St. Benedict found in his sister , St.
Scholastica , one who led also a life consecrated to God ; St. Francis of Assisi
had for his ...

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Parisian Illustrated Review

DRINCE EMMANUEL DE BROGLIE furnishes some new I details of the history of
Louise de Marillac , Mlle . Le Gras , who was the first Sister of Charity , and who
founded la Petite Compagnie des Filles de la Charité . Every one knows the life ...

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Heroines of Charity

Le Gras, Madame de Miramion, Mrs. Seton, the Little Sisters of the Poor, Etc. Etc.,
with a Preface Aubrey De Vere. 93 IV . LOUISE DE MARILLAC , AFTERWARDS
MADEMOISELLE LE GRAS . OUISE ... in this world ; and that he believed she
had been given him by God as a balm to his spirit , amidst all the troubles of life .

Heroines of Charity

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Heroines of Charity With a preface

LOUISE DE MARILLAC , AFTERWARDS MADEMOISELLE LE GRAS . OUISE DE
MARILLAC , afterwards Madame , or ( as it was the custom in her days to call
married women whose husbands were not ... troubles of life . Malle . de Marillac ,
from an early age , LOUISE DE MARILLAC-DUCHESS OF AIGUILLON-
MADAME.

Heroines of Charity     With a preface

Author: Aubrey Thomas DE VERE

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