Sisters of Charity of Jesus and Mary
Soeurs de la Charité de Jésus et de Marie (SCJM)
Hermanas de la Caridad de Jesús y Maria
Zusters van Liefde van Jezus en Maria (ZVL)
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4 Nov 1803, Lovendegem (Belgium), by Pieter-Jozeph Triest. A religious institute of pontifical right. Approved 1816 by Pius VII. Also known as Sisters of Charity of Jesus and Mary of Ghent -- Soeurs de la Charité de Jésus et de Marie de Gand -- Zusters van Liefde van Jezus en Maria van Ghent.
Carry on works of charity in the spirit of St Vincent de Paul: education, pastoral work, nursing and social service; maintain missions.
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Provinces (9); District (1).
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