Sisters of Charity of St Vincent-de-Paul (Sisters of Charity)
Soeurs de la Charité de Saint Vincent-de-Paul
Sorelle della Carità di San Vincenzo de Paoli
1633-11-29 Paris France
29 Nov 1633, Paris (France), by St Vincent de Paul with the assistance of Louise de Marillac (Mlle Le Gras). Also known as Daughters of Charity, Servants of the Sick Poor and as Sisters of St Vincent de Paul. Sometimes referred to as White Cap Sisters, Cornette Sisters, or Lazarists. Also known in France as Grey Sisters. Also known in the USA as Black Cap Sisters.
Provide primary, secondary or college education; work in nursing homes, hospitals; work as pastoral ministers, religious educators and in other church-related and professional fields; social services.
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