Ephemerides: August, 28

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1656: Vincent write to Monsieur Delville and speaks about vocation recruitment, perseverance in the one’s vocation and the fact some individuals abandon their vocation.

1774: Birth of Elizabeth Ann Seton, in New York. She would later establish the Daughters of Charity in the United States.

1840: Mongolia is erected as an Apostolic Vicariate and Bishop Mouly, a Vincentian, is named Vicar at the age of 33.

1933: In the midst of the war that is taking place in Ecuador, the Daughters of Charity are heroic in the care they give to the wounded in the hospitals.

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