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1910 New Catholic Dictionary
Sisters of Saint Ursula of the Blessed Virgin
A religious congregation founded at Dole, France, by Anne de Xainctonge in 1606 for the teaching of girls, and works of mercy both spiritual and corporal. The society now has houses, academies, schools, and orphanages in France, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, and the United States. The mother-house is at Haverloo-les-Bruges, Belgium.
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the Seventh Week after Easter