Consider helping today!
1910 New Catholic Dictionary
Sisters of Divine Providence (Lorraine)
Founded in Lorraine, France in 1762 by Father Jean Martin Moye, for the propagation of the faith, the ensuring of a Christian education to children, especially those of the rural population, for the care of the sick, and other works of mercy. Suppressed in 1792, the congregation was re-established after the French Revolution. The American province of the Sisters of Divine Providence of Saint-Jean-de-Bassel was founded in 1889 at Covington, Kentucky by three sisters of the general mother-house at Saint-Jean-de-Bassel, for the Christian education of youth in America. The congregation has houses, including academies, schools, homes, and one infant asylum, in France, Belgium, and the United States.
These files are public domain.
Text Courtesy of BibleSupport.com. Used by Permission.
Entry for 'Sisters of Divine Providence (Lorraine)'. 1910 New Catholic Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/ncd/s/sisters-of-divine-providence-lorraine.html. 1910.
the Fifth Week after Epiphany