Ephemerides: October, 08

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1642 Vincent writes to Monsieur Jean Brunet and Etienne Blatiron in Alet: I have already written you that God’s Providence is calling you to Rome for a new establishment being made there of a house … Read More

Ephemerides: October, 07

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1658 Louise writes to Sister Henriette Gesseaume: “I beg you, my dear Sister, not to bring a certain mattress which has caused some talk…. You must try to avoid giving rise to gossip concerning the … Read More

Ephemerides: October, 06

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1646 Lengthy letter of Vincent to Monsieur Portail which shows us the many problems that Vincent had to deal with on any given day. 1615 Louise writes to Julienne Loret at Chars and express of … Read More

Ephemerides: October, 05

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1641 Letter of Vincent to Monsieur Portail in which Vincent authorizes the important pilgrimage of Louise to Chartres. 1657 Vincent writes to the Vicar General of Lyon and explains why he should not allow into … Read More

Ephemerides: October, 04

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1646 Vincent writes to Cardinal Grimaldi and in this letter we see the role that Vincent played in the struggle against Jansenism and the tensions that existed between himself and Holy See. 1647 In a … Read More

Ephemerides: October, 03

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1659 Fr. Dehorgny writes to Vincent and says: “I think Mademoiselle Le Gras would be doing a great charity for the sick of this town of Richelieu and for our two Sisters living here, if … Read More

Ephemerides: October, 02

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1640 Louise writes Vincent and in this letter we see her gifts of knowledge and intelligence, her ability to handle business matters and the abandoned children and her influence with the Ladies of Charity. 1640 … Read More

Ephemerides: October, 01

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1618 The bishop of Soissons approves the Rule for the Ladies of Charity which rule is to be followed by all the charities that are established on the lands of the DeGondi family. 1660 The … Read More

Ephemerides: August, 30

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1656: Vincent gives instruction to Sister Lanfantin and Sister Chetif as they leave for Arras. During the journey, Sister Chetif goes through a vocational crisis similar to the Mystical Night of the Senses. 1657: During … Read More

Ephemerides: August, 29

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1648: Louise writes to Anne Hardemont in Montreuil and speaks to her about the nature of the Daughters of Charity in their beginnings: “I hope that they [the Daughters] are filled with holiness so that … Read More