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Author: Comtesse De R. Marie-Charlotte-Victoire
Publisher: Wentworth Press
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LaViede Mademoiselle Le Gras, Fondatrice et Premiere Superieure de la
Compagnie des F tiles de la Charite, Servantes des Pauvres Malades. Paris:
Andre Pralard, 1676. A partial English translation is The Life of Mademoiselle Le
Author: Saint Vincent de Paul
Publisher: Paulist Press
Here are the rules, conferences and writings of these two Vincentian founders who, through service to the poor, left an indelible mark on the church in France in the seventeenth century and beyond to the present. Louise (1591-1660) first came to Vincent (1581-1660) for spiritual direction and they became coworkers and friends for the rest of their lives.
Life of Mademoiselle Le Gras (Louise de Marillac) Foundress of the Sisters of
Charity. New York: ... Le gallicanisme et la réforme Catholique: essai historique
sur Vintroduction en France des décrets du Concile de Trente (1563-1615). Paris
Author: Susan E. Dinan
Chronicling the history of the Daughters of Charity through the seventeenth century, this study examines how the community's existence outside of convents helped to change the nature of women's religious communities and the early modern Catholic church. Unusually for the time, this group of Catholic religious women remained uncloistered. They lived in private houses in the cities and towns of France, offering medical care, religious instruction and alms to the sick and the poor; by the end of the century, they were France's premier organization of nurses. This book places the Daughters of Charity within the context of early modern poor relief in France - the author shows how they played a critical role in shaping the system, and also how they were shaped by it. The study also examines the complicated relationship of the Daughters of Charity to the Catholic church of the time, analyzing it not only for what light it can shed on the history of the community, but also for what it can tell us about the Catholic Reformation more generally.
La Follette, Mrs. Robert. ... Life of Mademoiselle Le Gras (Louise de Marillac),
Foundress of the Sisters of Charity. ... Venerable Louise de Marillac (
Mademoiselle Le Gras), Foundress of the Company of Sisters of Charity of St.
Vincent de Paul.
Author: Sally Dwyer-McNulty
Publisher: UNC Press Books
A well-illustrated cultural history of the apparel worn by American Catholics, Sally Dwyer-McNulty's Common Threads reveals the transnational origins and homegrown significance of clothing in developing identity, unity, and a sense of respectability for a major religious group that had long struggled for its footing in a Protestant-dominated society often openly hostile to Catholics. Focusing on those who wore the most visually distinct clothes--priests, women religious, and schoolchildren--the story begins in the 1830s, when most American priests were foreign born and wore a variety of clerical styles. Dwyer-McNulty tracks and analyzes changes in Catholic clothing all the way through the twentieth century and into the present, which finds the new Pope Francis choosing to wear plain black shoes rather than ornate red ones. Drawing on insights from the study of material culture and of lived religion, Dwyer-McNulty demonstrates how the visual lexicon of clothing in Catholicism can indicate gender ideology, age, and class. Indeed, clothing itself has become a kind of Catholic language, whether expressing shared devotional experiences or entwined with debates about education, authority, and the place of religion in American society.
Mademoiselle Louise ; life of Louise de and a pref . by La Corbusier . ... 28cm .
Translation of La plus grande Christopher Layton . Edited by ... Gras ( Louise de
Marillac ) , foundress of the England under the title The stones of Le 1923 . ed . II .
Author: R.R. Bowker Company. Department of Bibliography
Publisher: New York : Bowker
"Prepared by the R.R. Bowker Company's Department of Bibliography in collaboration with the Publications Systems Department"--Page opposite t.p. Includes indexes. Author Index ... 3901-4069 Title Index ... 4071-4389.
I will share with Mademoiselle Le Gras 6 what you have written me about that
good young woman who wants to enter ... and for how long , before being an
extern Sister in La Flèche , or whether she was a lay Sister in the same La Flèche
. Saint Louise de Marillac , Foundress , with Saint Vincent , of the Daughters of
Charity , was born in Paris on August 12 , 1591 . ... The life of Saint Louise ,
whom the Church beatified on May 9 , 1920 , was written by Gobillon ( 1676 ) ,
the Comtesse de ...
Author: Saint Vincent de Paul
Library holds volume 1 only.
Bibliography I . Sources Related to Louise de Marillac 1 . Primary ... La
Compagnie Des Filles De La Charité Aur Origines : Documents . Paris : Filles de
la ... Biographic Works According to Chronological Order Gobillon , M . La Vie de
Mademoiselle Le Gras . Paris : Chez ... The Life of Blessed Louise de Marillac .
Author: Kathryn B. LaFleur
This work is a study of the spirituality of St. Louise de Marillac. It makes Louise's spirituality accessible to today's Christian showing her as a model and guide. A perfect book for those wishing to have a deeper knowledge of Vincentian spirituality.
888 LEYRER , D. La regina delle cuoche - cucino pei sani ed amalati The LIFE of
Joanna Southcott , the prophetess ; containing Milano , C. F. ... 4454 LIFE of
Mademoiselle Le Gras ( Louise de Marillac ) , foundress of the Sisters of Charity .
Author: Research Publications, inc
Publisher: Woodbridge [Conn.] : Research Publications
Pre-1920 literature about the roles of women. Includes pamphlets, periodicals, manuscripts, and photographs.