As we are Infant Jesus Sisters, our cross has the symbolic shape of a star: it evokes the star of Bethlehem leading to Jesus, our God made man and even a little child. This cross is not a crucifix: it expresses our faith in the risen Christ, present and alive today by his Spirit in our humanity.
The Sisters of the Infant Jesus, also known as the Dames of Saint Maur, are a religious institute of the Catholic Church originating from Paris, France and dedicated to teaching. History Origins In 1659 Barré, who was a respected scholar within his Order, was sent to the monastery of the Order in Rouen.
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The Sisters of the Infant Jesus, previously known as the Congregation of the Holy Infant Jesus or the Dames of Saint Maur, is a Roman Catholic religious institute, dedicated to education and the training of the poor for their betterment of their lives.
The Sisters of the Child Jesus ( French: Soeurs de l'Enfant-Jésus) are Religious Sisters founded in 1676 in Le Puy-en-Velay, France, by Anne-Marie Martel (1644–1673) to care for those in need. Divided among various independent religious congregations following the same spirit and tradition, they serve around the world.
17 de mai. de 2022 · May 17, 2022 Meet our first Sisters Updated: Sep 6, 2022 Marguerite Lestocq and Françoise Duval are the founding members of the group that became the the Institute of the Infant Jesus Sisters. They were the first in the long line of valiant women in the Institute that have served God and very many people for over 400 years.
The Franciscan Missionary Sisters of the Infant Jesus were founded in Aquila, Italy, in 1879 by Barbara Micarelli. Barbara Micarelli was born Dec. 3, 1845 in Sulmona Italy, the 6th of 7 children. Not much is known about her early life.
23 de jun. de 2022 · Programs Podcast Sister Brigitte Flourez, Superior General of the Infant Jesus Sisters CHURCH interview religious women #SistersProject Sr. Brigitte Flourez: Returning to the wellsprings to strive ahead As part of our Sisters Project series, Sr. Brigitte Flourez describes the birth of the Congregation of the Infant Sisters of Jesus.