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The Adorers of the Royal Heart of Jesus are the non-cloistered contemplative sister branch of the Institute of Christ the King, a priestly organization dedicated to the support of churches by the use of the Extraordinary Form (the Traditional Latin Mass).

The Adorers of the Royal Heart of Jesus are the non-cloistered contemplative sister branch of the Institute of Christ the King, a priestly organization dedicated to the support of churches by the use of the Extraordinary Form (the Traditional Latin Mass).

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sisters of charity  Found in Paris in 1633, this group was a religious nursing order that developed an educational program for young women. Services were expanded to include care for abandoned children.

Nun from the Order of Sisters of Charity Visiting a Destitute Family with Supplies

sisters of charity Found in Paris in 1633, this group was a religious nursing order that developed an educational program for young women. Services were expanded to include care for abandoned children.

St. Paula, Episcopal Sisters of Saint Margaret. 1880. Source: Sisters of Saint Margaret

St. Paula, Episcopal Sisters of Saint Margaret. 1880. Source: Sisters of Saint Margaret

CATONSVILLE, MD -- 9/18/08 -- OBLATE SISTERS -- Sr. M. Josella De Los Rios, OSP, has been in the community for 46 years. She was part of the...

CATONSVILLE, MD -- 9/18/08 -- OBLATE SISTERS -- Sr. M. Josella De Los Rios, OSP, has been in the community for 46 years. She was part of the...

a principios de la década de los 60's  un vuelo especial de Pan Am Airways, con destino a Miami desde La Habana, aterrizaba en el Aeropuerto Internacional de  Miami el 18 de mayo del 1961. Las religiosas formaban parte de uno de los grupos forzados a dejar su Patria por ordenes del nuevo gobierno Revolucionario de Cuba.  Al finalizar el año 1961,  el personal religioso se había reducido a 200 sacerdotes, 43 comunidades femeninas y 17 masculinas con un personal total de menos de mil personas.

a principios de la década de los 60's un vuelo especial de Pan Am Airways, con destino a Miami desde La Habana, aterrizaba en el Aeropuerto Internacional de Miami el 18 de mayo del 1961. Las religiosas formaban parte de uno de los grupos forzados a dejar su Patria por ordenes del nuevo gobierno Revolucionario de Cuba. Al finalizar el año 1961, el personal religioso se había reducido a 200 sacerdotes, 43 comunidades femeninas y 17 masculinas con un personal total de menos de mil personas.

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