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Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul

The story of our founding The Congregation was founded on August 29, 1842, by Bishop of Satu-Mare John Ham, who entrusted the formation of the first sisters to the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul in Vienna, Gumpendorf. John Ham dreamt of the pure and morally sane youth growing up in a diocese. He saw the future of the Church and of the world in those young people. That was the reason why the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul of Satu-Mare began their activity in Satu-Mare, Romania. Several Sisters came from Gumpendorf to ...
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My dear sisters and brothers, May the grace and peace of Jesus be always with us! In my letter for the feast of our Founder on 27 September 2016, I encouraged us to reflect on Saint Vincent de Paul as a “Mystic of Charity.” From that le ...

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