Sisters Hospitallers of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Soeurs Hospitalières du Sacré-Coeur de Jésus
Hospitalarias del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús
Suore Ospedaliere del Sacro Cuore di Gesù
1881, Ciempozuelos (Spain), by Benito Menni, together with Maria Josefa Recio and Maria Augustias Giménez, as a Roman Catholic religious order of women. Approved by Pope Leo XIII 25 Jun 1892. Constitution definitively approved by Pope Pius X. Also referred to as Hospital Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Glorify God the Father by reproducing in one's self the sentiments of the Heart of the Son by the action of the Spirit continuing in the Church, and for the world, Jesus' saving mission on behalf of the mentally ill and the physically and mentally handicapped, with preference for the poor.
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