Salesian Missionaries of Mary Immaculate
Salésiennes Missionnaires de Marie Immaculée (SMMI)
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1872-10-15 Paris France
15 Oct 1872, Paris (France), by Abbé Henri Chaumont and Mme Caroline Colchen Carre de Malberg, as the religious branch of R-XR0191 - Society of Daughters of St Francis de Sales; the lay branch is R-XR2349 - Saint Francis de Sales Association. Final approbation granted by Rome (Italy) 26 Apr 1911. Current statutes, assuring autonomous status, approved 11 Nov 1968 by E-XF1115 - Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life (CICSAL). Also known as Salesian Sisters of Mary Immaculate.
Promote evangelization among women and the poor by catechism education and health care.
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