Sisters Servants of Mary (Handmaids of Mary)
Servantes de Marie de Madrid, Ministres des Malades
Siervas de Maria, Ministras de los Enfermos (S de M)
Serve di Maria, Ministre degli Infermi
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1851, Madrid (Spain), by St Maria Soledad Torres Acosta. The Holy See, in 1867, issued a decree of praise and gave temporary approval to the constitutions. Definitive approval received in 1876.
Maintain nursing homes and hospitals; nurse the sick in their own domiciles, principally at night.Available with paid subscription only.
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