Fratres Nostrae Dominae Lurdensis (FNDL)

Frères de Notre-Dame de Lourdes
Hermanos de Nuestra Señora de Lourdes
Irmãos de Nossa Senhora de Lourdes
Fratelli di Nostra Signora di Lourdes
Broeders van Onze Lieve Vrouw van Lourdes
Bruder-Bruder Budi Mulia
Brothers of Our Lady of Lourdes

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1830 Ronse Belgium


1830, Ronse (Belgium), by Abbot Glorieux, as a lay religious congregation. Approved by the Holy See 18 Jul 1892. Also known as Brothers of Good Works -- Frères des Bonnes Oeuvres.


Provide primary, secondary or domestic education to the young people; maintain nursing homes, hospitals, almshouses and welfare centres.


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