Ordo Sanctissimi Salvatoris (Bridgettines)

Order of the Most Holy Saviour

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History

1911, Rome (Italy), by Elisabeth Hesselbad, reviving the then dispersed Order of the Most Holy Saviour of Saint Bridget (Bridgettine Order). Papal approval received 1920. Given permission to use current title, 12 Sep 1942, by Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples (CEP) - then 'De Propagande Fide'.

Aims

Live a life of prayer and adoration of the Sacrament under vows of chastity, poverty and obedience, but with the exclusion of strict enclosure.

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Activities

Provides for job oriented training in sewing, computer sciences and crafts and for hostels for poor young women.

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Members

Members in 15 countries
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UIA Org ID

R0006

Last News Received

24. Sep 2003
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