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1910 New Catholic Dictionary
Mary Magdalen Postel, Saint
Virgin, born Barfleur Manche, France, 1756; died Le-Vicomte, France, 1846. Educated by Benedictines at Valognes, she founded the Sisters of Christian Schools and of Mercy, at Cherbourg, 1807, established her mother-house at Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte, 1832, and adopted the rule of the School Brothers of Saint John Baptist de La Salle. Canonized, 1925. Feast, July 16,; at Contances, May 17,.
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