Ephemerides: March, 25th

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1634: In Paris. Louise de Marillac, authorized by Monsieur Vincent, renovates her vow of widowhood. 1642: As a souvenir of Mother Louise consecration of her life into service of Lord Of Charity chosen by Daughters … Read More

Ephemerides: March, 19th

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1794: Fr Jean Guibaud is guillotined in Mans. Born on January 1761 in Toucas in the region of Var. After priestly ordinations was sent to Mans. There he gave missions until 1792 when the constitutional … Read More

Ephemerides: March, 14th

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1659: Conference of St. Vincent de Paul in Saint Lazare about ordinations. 1805: In the presence of Fr Anthony Filicchi (pastor) Elizabeth Ann Seton makes profession of faith and is formally received into the Catholic … Read More

Ephemerides: February, 28th

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1633. Margarita Naseau dies in Paris. St. Vincent de Paul considered her to be the first Daughter of Charity. 1653. St. Louise wrote to a Sister who complained of not having enough time to fulfill … Read More

Ephemerides: December, 08

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1617 In 1617, en Chatillon-les-Domes, where Vincent is pastor, the first Confraternity of the Volunteers of Charity is created, having obtained the aprobation of Thomas de Mescatinla Faye, the Vicar of the Archbishop of Lyon. … Read More