Sisters of Notre Dame (SND)
Soeurs de Notre-Dame
Schwestern Unserer Lieben Frau
Irmãs de Nossa Senhora
Suore di Nostra Signora
Zusters van Onze Lieve Vrouw
Suster-Suster Santa Bunda Maria
1850-10-01 Coesfeld Germany
1 Oct 1850, Coesfeld (Germany), by Aldegonda Wolbring Sister Maria Aloysia and Lisette Kuhling Sister Mary Ignatia, following the example of R-XR1619 - Soeurs de Notre-Dame de Namur (SNDN).
Spread God's goodness, in particular among poor girls; provide care for the sick and the elderly, education including for physically and mentally disadvantaged, home nursing, pastoral work, catechesis and evangelization; maintain nursing homes, hospitals, welfare centres, missions.
General Government, consisting of Superior General and 5 Assistants General. Provinces (14) and district (1).
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