Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ (PHJC)
Pauvres Servantes de Jésus-Christ
Siervas Pobres de Jesucristo (SPJc)
Arme Dienstmägde Jesu Christi (ADJC)
Povere Ancelle di Gesù Cristo
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1851, Dernbach (Germany), by Katharina Kasper, with the sanction of Peter Joseph Blum, bishop of Limburg. The rules and the constitutions received temporary papal approval in 1870 and were finally confirmed by Leo XIII. Also known as Ancilla Domini Sisters.
Evangelize through prayer, presence and good works; provide primary, secondary or domestic education; maintain nursing homes, hospitals, almshouses and welfare centres; carry out various pastoral activities; work with AIDS patients and with leprosy patients.Available with paid subscription only.
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Members in 8 countries
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