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Author: E. K. Sanders · Year of first publication: 1915.
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Chapter II: The rule of the Sisters of Charity WE have seen the gradual degrees by which the Company of Sisters of Charity advanced to their position as a great institution. Collectively and individually they … Read More

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Author: E. K. Sanders · Year of first publication: 1915.
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Chapter X: Cardinal de Retz WITH M. Olier and his Congregation of S. Sulpice labour­ing early and late for the starving citizens of Paris, and Vincent de Paul organizing relief throughout the whole of France, … Read More

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Author: E. K. Sanders · Year of first publication: 1915.
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Chapter VIII: The Fronde rebellion IT is difficult to connect the Court of Anne of Austria with the real spirit of Vincent de Paul, and there is equal difficulty in realizing that the devout persons … Read More

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Author: E. K. Sanders · Year of first publication: 1915.
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Chapter VI: M. Vincent fellow-labourers THERE is certainly no opportunity for confusion of result between Vincent de Paul and Théophraste Renaudot ; their ambition and their field of labour are so distinct that the biographers … Read More

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Author: E. K. Sanders · Year of first publication: 1915.
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Chapter V: Renaudot, the friend of the poor TRADITION has been formed by a very simple method in relation to the philanthropy and social reform of the seventeenth century. Vincent de Paul, having been once … Read More