Carmelite Sisters of Charity, Vedruna
Soeurs Carmélites de la Charité, Vedruna
Suore Carmelitane della Carità, Vedruna
Congregacion Hermanas Carmelitas de la Caridad, Vedruna (CCV)
26 Feb 1826, Vic (Spain), by St Joaquina de Vedruna. Approved, 16 Mar 1870, by Pius IX. A religious congregation of pontifical right. Also known as Institute of Carmelite Sisters of Charity, Vedruna -- Institut des Soeurs Carmélites de la Charité, Vedruna -- Istituto de Suore Carmelitane della Carità, Vedruna -- Instituto de Hermanas Carmelitas de la Caridad, Vedruna.
Promote evangelization through Christian education and health ministry, preferably among the poor and marginalized people and always from the point of view of the interests of the poor.
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