Ephemerides: June, 26

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Author: Benito Martínez, C.M. .
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1647: Anne Hardemont and Marie Lullen are moving to Montreuil-sur-Mer. Mr Vincent, during the Councils of June 19 and 20, explained at length to Anne Hardemont how to face the Comte de Lannoy who asked … Read More

Ephemerides: June, 24

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Author: Benito Martínez, C.M. .
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1736. In Rome, Pope Clement XII issued the decree approving two of the six miracles proposed for the canonization of Vincent de Paul. These two extraordinary cures were: first, Sister Maria Teresa of St. Basil, … Read More

Ephemerides: June, 23

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Author: Benito Martínez, C.M. .
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1625. In Paris, at his residence in the Rue Pavee, Mrs. de Gondi died, assisted by Vincent de Paul. In 1604, at 24, Françoise Marguérite de Silly married the General of the Galleys, Philippe Emmanuel … Read More

Ephemerides: June, 10th

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Author: Benito Martínez, C.M. .
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1793: The Nord (North) department in France obliged Hospital Sisters to take the civil oath under penalty of dismissal. Sisters of Cambrai refused it and were imprisoned in Compiègne uo to month of Thermidor (July … Read More

Ephemerides: June, 8th

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Author: Benito Martínez, C.M. .
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1627: Following an investigation confided to the vicar general, Denis Leblanc, the archbishop of Paris, Jean Francis de Gondi, signed a decree of uniting College de Bons-Enfants with all its goods and charges to the … Read More

Ephemerides: June, 5th

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Author: Benito Martínez, C.M. .
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1857: In Nantes, Fr. Jean-Baptiste Étienne embarked for Portugal. He was invited by the empress-widow of Brazil, aunt of the king of Portugal, to come to Lisbon to settle the details of the establishment of … Read More

Ephemerides: June, 3rd

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Author: Benito Martínez, C.M. .
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1653: Saint Vincent preached a conference to first Sisters on “loyalty that we owe God in all our lives.” During the conference he assured them: “God is the Father of the Daughters of Charity in … Read More

Ephemerides: June, 2nd

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Author: Benito Martínez, C.M. .
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1656: Conference of Vincent de Paul in Saint Lazare on the Feast of Pentecost, which focuses on the reasons to prepare well for the reception of the Holy Spirit, the signs by which a Missioner … Read More

Ephemerides: June, 1st

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Author: Benito Martínez, C.M. .
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1675: In Paris, the Priests of the Mission, installed in the lodgings located west of the chapel of des Invalides, inaugurated their duties with a great mission, which was completed on June 30. 1863: In … Read More

Ephemerides: May, 20th

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Author: Benito Martínez, C.M. .
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1906: On request of Prince Ghika, the house of Daughters of Charity was founded in Bucharest, Romania with Sister Pucci and two companions. Soon, other works were established – an orphanage and tailor shop in … Read More