As much opposition was raised to his project, the founder went to Rome and obtained papal sanction. The number of sisters varies in each of the colonial houses from 15 to 20. They have since increased to nearly two hundred members, in charge of ten schools. This Congregation, named for Saint Joseph, has approximately 14,000 members worldwide: about 7,000 in the United States; 2,000 in France; and are active in fifty other countries. St. Mary’s Academy, Williamsburg, was opened on September 8, 1856, and in the following year a parochial school was inaugurated. We value their living culture and spirituality. We recognize the virus is affecting people in all areas, physically, financially, mentally, and spiritually. “Encounter, Accompany, Listen, Learn” Catholic Mobilizing Network, a member of the Congregation of St. Joseph’s Mission Network, has created a response to racism, sparked by the killing of George Floyd. They have over 1000 children under their care. The Emblem of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of the Sacred Heart The emblem worn by the present Sisters is based on the original blue braided Monogram worn from the founding era in SA from 1866. Get Involved for information about volunteering and internship opportunities in Los Angeles. The vicar-general, the Rev. The province of Savoy, previously in charge of 52 establishments, has now but 14. The sisters teach in the parish elementary schools at Nottingham and Hanwell, and have a middle-class school attached to each convent. The growing needs of this institution obliged the purchase of other property in the neighborhood, and now men, women, and children, are cared for in separate buildings. Sisters of St. Joseph of St-Vallier.—In 1683, at the request of Msgr. Three religious volunteered for this mission. From Copenhagen sisters were sent to Iceland, where they have a school, give religious instruction, visit the sick, and, during the proper seasons, repair to the fisheries on the coast to nurse sick sailors. Sister Patricia Thomas O’Connor, (Marie), 99, beloved member of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Springfield, died at Bethany Health Care Center on December 25, 2020.A native of Holyoke, Mass., she was the daughter of Thomas and Bridget (Murphy) O’Connor. The congregation has had its martyrs, three during the persecution in Dauphine, for refusing to take the civil oath, and two in another persecution in Haute-Loire. All rights reserved. They live under the rule of the Third Order of St. Francis, and their particular object is the education of the young in Catholic schools. Erie.—This congregation was founded in 1860 by Mother Agnes Spencer of Carondelet, Missouri, who, with two other sisters, took charge of St. Ann’s Academy at Corsica, Pennsylvania, where postulants were admitted. After the blessing of the bishop of the diocese (Msgr. Rochester.—In 1864 four Sisters of St. Joseph from Buffalo opened an asylum for orphan boys at Rochester. By 1865 the number of members had reached 1700, and the congregation was established throughout France, the principal academies being at Bourg, Paris, Boulogne-sur-Seine, and Marseilles. In 2017, the members of the Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Canada, were the first group of religious communities in Canada to be designated a Blue Community which supports the right to safe drinking water without the need for bottled water. SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH OF THE APPARITION, with motherhouse at Marseilles, founded at Gaillac, France, in 1830, by Mme Emilie de Vialard, for all kinds of charitable work. Education Ministries; SSJ Earth Center; Saint Joseph Villa; Saint Joseph by-the-Sea Retreat House; Saint Mary by-the-Sea Retreat House; SSJ Welcome Center; SSJ Neighborhood Center; Subsidized Senior Residences; Social Justice. On July 31, 1877, Pius IX, by special Brief, confirmed the institute and constitutions of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. Cleveland.—The Sisters of St. Joseph of the Diocese of Cleveland are chiefly engaged in the parochial schools. The congregation now numbers 60, in charge of 10 elementary day- and boarding-schools, with an attendance of about 2000. At this meeting a plan for uniting all the communities under a general government was discussed and accepted by the sisters and afterwards by many of the bishops in whose dioceses the sisters were engaged. Altogether 45,000 children are being educated by the sisters, and 70,000 poor and sick are cared for by them in their various institutions, which now (1910) number 385. The sisters in France are still in charge of 3 hospitals. or S.S.J., is a Roman Catholic religious congregation of women founded in Le Puy-en-Velay, France, in 1650. This includes 4203 sisters, 3032 associates and 25 agrégées of 16 Congregations throughout the United States. The Society of St. Joseph of the Sacred Heart (SSJ; Latin: Societas Sodalium Sancti Joseph a Sacra Corde) is a society of Catholic priests and brothers headquartered in Baltimore.The members are called Josephites and work specifically among African-Americans.. LITTLE DAUGHTERS OF ST. JOSEPH, established at 45 rue Notre-Dame de Lourdes, Montreal. Because of the rapid growth of the institute and the increasing demand for sisters from all parts of the United States, the superiors of the community were by 1860 forced to consider means best adapted to give stability and uniformity to the growing congregation. The sisters number about 250, under the provincial house at Itu. St Joseph's Spirituality and Education Centre, St Joseph's Heritage and Conference Centre. Where-ever obedience directed, thither the missionaries hastened, till representatives of the community might be counted in nearly every country in Europe, on the distant shores of Asia, and in the fastnesses of Africa. Henri de Maupas, a friend and disciple of the great St. Vincent de Paul. Fall River.—In 1902 nine Sisters of St. Joseph from the motherhouse at Le Puy took charge of the school in the French parish of St-Roth, Fall River, Massachusetts. When the number of religious increased to between three and four hundred, and the works entrusted to them became so numerous and varied as to necessitate an organization more detailed and definite, steps were undertaken to obtain the papal approbation, which was received in 1895. The congregation, which numbers 187, has charge of a hospital, training school for nurses, normal school, a home for feeble-minded children, an orphan asylum, and several other educational institutions, besides supplying teachers for 7 parish schools of the diocese. As early as 1847 foundations were made in other sections of the United States. London.—The community of Sisters of St. Joseph at London was founded in 1868 by five sisters from the motherhouse at Toronto, who opened an orphan asylum the following year. The work of the congregation continued, the increase in numbers keeping pace with demands now made on every side for convents and Catholic schools. First steps towards the Foundation of the Order, The Confluence of Julian’s Life in France, Julian Tenison Woods – Bush Scientist: Geologist, Celebration Video on Father Julian Tenison Woods, Individual and group use of reflections for the Sundays of Year C, Sisters of Saint Joseph Child Safeguarding Policies, MacKillop Rural Community Services in NSW, St Anthony’s Family Care, Croydon Sydney, Community and Family Support Work – Timor Leste. In 1862 sisters were sent to establish a school at Stockholm, and in 1876 to Gothenburg. Arrangements were soon perfected, and on January 17, 1836, six sisters sailed from Havre and, after a perilous voyage of forty-nine days, reached New Orleans, where they were met by the Bishop of St. Louis and Father Timon, afterwards Bishop of Buffalo. In 1902 many French houses of the order were closed by the Government, in consequence of which a large number of sisters left for the foreign missions, chiefly Denmark and Russia. Detroit.—In 1889 Sisters of St. Joseph from the Diocese of Ogdensburg established a new congregation at Kalamazoo, Michigan. The sisters now number about 4000, and are widely spread over the world. On the erection of the Diocese of Hamilton in 1856, the community became a separate diocesan congregation, and a few months later a novitiate was established at Hamilton. He was admitted into the Society in 1640, became noted as a teacher of rhetoric and philosophy before entering upon his career as a preacher, in which he distinguished himself by his great oratorical power, but most especially by his marvellous influence over souls. The sisters who now (1910) number 65, are in charge of an academy with an attendance of 100 and a school for boys. In all these missions the primary, secondary, and intermediate schools are under the Government. 11999 Chalon Road (902.79 mi) Los Angeles, CA 90049. A general chapter was convoked in May, 1860, to which representatives from every house of the congregation in America were called. The houses in the West form one province, which has its own novitiate. The sisters also instruct about 1000 children in Christian doctrine, and have the domestic care of the Hartford seminary and La Salette College in the same city. The tide of anarchy and revolution had wrought awful havoc in France, and the education of youth, especially the children of the working classes, was the special work devolving on the Sisters of St. Joseph. About See All. Carondelet Center is Temporarily Closed. The congregation now (1910) numbers 75 religious, in charge of an academy attached to the motherhouse, 6 parochial schools, one in the Diocese of Pittsburg, and a home for the aged, with 36 inmates. The province of Los Angeles comprises the houses of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, the Dioceses of Tucson, Arizona, and Los Angeles, California. According to the rule, each community was to consider as its superior the bishop of the diocese, who was to appoint a spiritual father to accompany him, or, in his absence, to preside at the election of superiors and perform such offices as the necessities of the community might require. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) UNIDENTIFIED PERSON #1: The Saint Joseph's Senior Home Assisted Living and Nursing Center has been operated by the Little Servant Sisters of the Immaculate Conception since 1981. In March, 1895, the constitutions were submitted to the Sacred Congregation of Propaganda by the founder, and in the September following the Decree “Lauda” was obtained. The Brazilian province, founded in 1859, has several flourishing academies, besides day-schools for the upper classes, schools for negroes, hospitals, orphanages and foundling asylums, and one home for lepers. Sister St. Gregory McCorkle died at Saint Joseph Villa on August 2, 2020. Sisters of St. Joseph of St-Vallier.—In 1683, at the request of Msgr. St Joseph is our model and inspiration. • Sisters Jeanne Marie Aubert and Marie Anne Garnier were guillotined in France during the Revolution on 17 June 1794. Ogdensburg.—In 1880 several sisters from the motherhouse at Buffalo made a foundation at Watertown, New York, which was later strengthened by the accession of another sister from the Erie motherhouse. In 1837 the first American member of the order, Ann Eliza Dillon, entered the novitiate, proving of great advantage to the struggling community, with her fluency in French and English. The sisters undertake all kinds of charitable works, but they devote themselves especially to missionary labors and the education of the young. In British India there are about 70 sisters in 7 houses, the provincial house and novitiate being at Waltair, with which are connected a day-school, boarding-school, native orphanage, native day-school, dispensary, and a novitiate for natives. The motherhouse of the English congregation is at Annecy in Savoy, where the sisters possess the very cradle of the Visitation Order. Chicago.—The Sisters of St. Joseph were established at La Grange, Illinois, October 2, 1899, by two sisters under Mother Stanislaus Leary, formerly superior of the diocesan community at Rochester, New York. While waiting for their home, they received a call from Cahokia, Illinois, where a zealous Vincentian missionary desired the help of the sisters in his labors among the French and Creole population of that section. Charles Boylan of Rutland, Vermont, petitioned the motherhouse of the Sisters of St. Joseph at Flushing, Long Island, for sisters to take charge of his school. SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH OF THE SACRED HEART, a purely Australian foundation, established at Penola, South Australia, in 1866, by Father Julian Tennison Woods and Miss Mary Mackillop, in religion Mother Mary of the Cross (b. From Watertown as a center missions were opened in other parts of the diocese. Sisters of Saint Joseph are called to stand in solidarity with and respond to the cries of the First People of lands in which they live. The congregation now (1910) numbers 4 provinces, with 1802 sisters, in charge of 125 educational institutions, including colleges, academies, conservatories of music and art, and parochial schools, with an attendance of 40,848; 17 charitable educational institutions, including orphan asylums, Indian, colored, and deaf-mute schools, with an attendance of 2121; and 10 hospitals, with an average of 8285 patients. Jean-Paul Medaille of the Society of Jesus (b. at Carcassonne, January 29, 1618; d. at Auch, May 15, 1689). Tutu Lady was predeceased by her husband of 65 years, Donny tay; her parents Agapito Bantilan and Gaudencia Olpoc Bantilan; sisters Mary Camacho and Rosalind “Inday” Kalalau; brothers Bill, Victor, and Martin Bantilan; hanai-daughter Victoria Bantilan … The Servants of St. Joseph (Spanish: Siervas de San José, who use the postnominal initials SSJ) form an international congregation of religious sisters in the Roman Catholic Church.It was founded by Saint Bonifacia Rodríguez-Castro on January 7, 1874, with the support and guidance of a Catalan Jesuit, Fr. Since that time the name of the Diocese of Kansas City has been changed to its original name: Diocese of Leavenworth. Wheeling.—In 1853 seven sisters from Carondelet, Missouri, opened a private orphanage and hospital in Wheeling, and in 1856 took possession of a building chartered by the Assembly of Virginia for a hospital. In this way too much centralization or peril to establishments working in accordance with local and special exigencies is fully guarded against. They remained nearly two years, or until they had sufficiently mastered the English language, and fitted themselves for educational work awaiting them in Minnesota, where they have since opened three little mission houses. The Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis join with the world in praying for one another during this Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic. As their activities developed chiefly in the Diocese of Hartford, the novitiate, which had been temporarily established at Lee, was, in 1898, transferred to Hartford, Connecticut. Springfield.—In September, 1880, seven Sisters of St. Joseph were sent from Flushing, Long Island, to take charge of a parochial school at Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. She died, however, four years later. In England the sisters have one house at Stafford, where there is a novitiate for the English-speaking subjects; there is a high-class day-school attached to the convent. In 1885 the Springfield mission was constituted the motherhouse of an independent diocesan congregation. Community See All. About 1866 he placed at the head of the latter Miss Mackillop, whom he sent to the Sisters of St. Joseph at Annecy, Savoy, to learn their rule. In 1809 Mother Javouhey made her profession, after nine years’ preparation, and, having received the habit, was appointed superior-general of the congregation. In 1828 and again in 1853, Bishop Devie obtained the approval of the French Government for the new congregation. Peterborough.—In 1890 several sisters from the motherhouse at Toronto established a house at Peterborough, which became in turn the nucleus of a new congregation. Father Medaille prescribed three months, at least, for the probation time of a postulant, and four years for novitiate training, two years preparatory, and two years after the making of the vows, which are final. Read more on the history of the first foundation at Whanganui. Three years later the Diocese of Buffalo was divided and that of Rochester created, and the following year, 1868, the Rochester community dissolved its affiliation with the Buffalo motherhouse and opened its own novitiate and motherhouse at St. Mary’s Boys’ Orphan Asylum, later transferred to the Nazareth Academy, Rochester. In 1804 Pius VII passed through Seurre, after crowning Napoleon Bonaparte as emperor in Paris, and received Mother Javouey with three of her community and blessed them. They work in partnership in areas including education, drug and alcohol programs, literacy, cultural identity, pastoral and family support, advocacy, child protection, development projects and emergency relief. Joseph, SISTERS OF Saint.—CONGREGATION OF THE SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH, founded at Le Puy, in Velay, France, by the Rev. In 1876 the Sisters of St. Joseph of Rome, founded from Turin in 1839, were annexed to the Chambery branch; the province now (1910) comprises 15 houses, mainly educational institutions. The congregation, which now (1910) numbers 285 members, also has charge of 28 parochial schools in the diocese, 3 orphan asylums, a working boys’ home, an infants’ asylum, and a home for women and working girls. In other parts of India the sisters conduct a primary school, a boarding- and day-school, an intermediate school for Hindus, with an attendance of 200, a home for Rajpoot widows and another home for widows, a workshop for widows and orphans, and 4 orphanages. Meanwhile the Chambery sisters had been constituted a diocesan congregation, but as years went on a stronger administration became necessary. In 1876 the orphanage was transferred to Washington, Georgia, and with it the motherhouse of the congregation. Concordia.—In 1883 four Sisters of St. Joseph arrived at Newton, Kansas, from Rochester, New York, and opened their first mission. The Sisters of St. Joseph began with six women meeting in small kitchen in LePuy, France in 1650. Sisters of St. Joseph of Chambery.—After the reconstruction of the congregation o? The novitiate was established at Cluny, and henceforth the congregation was known as the Sisters of St. Joseph of Cluny. The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet- Los Angeles Province. Thirty-one of the sisters perished in the terrible catastrophe at Martinique, in 1902, when the town of St-Pierre was wrecked by a volcanic eruption. The congregation, which now numbers about 75 members, has charge of several parish schools, the Immaculate Heart Academy at Watertown, which is the motherhouse, an orphanage, and a school for boys, having about 1100 children under its care. There are other branch houses in Italy, Greece, South Africa, and the Holy Land. The sisters now number about 65, in charge of an academy, 2 boarding-schools for small boys, and several parish schools, with a total attendance of over 500. The fifth child of Marguerite… The motherhouse of the congregation is at Sydney, New South Wales. During the Civil War the hospital was rented by the Government and the sisters enrolled in government service. They were followed, two years later, by seven sisters for Webster, and in 1883 by twelve more for the cathedral parish, Springfield. In Rome itself the sisters have an academy, with 100 pupils, 2 day-schools, and one poor school. At Palconda are two sisters who serve as catechists and sacristans. After the war and the reorganization of the hospital on its present lines, the sisters extended their activities to various parts of the diocese; they now number over 100, in charge of 3 hospitals, 12 schools and academies, and 2 orphan asylums, with about 1700 children under their care. The Indian foundation was made in 1849. L. M. Fink, Bishop of Leavenworth, decided that those sisters should belong to his diocese exclusively, and in so doing they became the nucleus of a new diocesan community of the Sisters of St. Joseph, having their motherhouse established at Abilene, under the title of Mount St. Joseph‘s Academy. In regard to the spirit by which the sisters were to be animated, Bishop de Maupas writes: “As I have found in the Visitation Order a sort of blessed predilection for the exact observance of the holiest laws of humility and charity, I have decided to institute the Congregation of St. Joseph on the same model, and in the same spirit, as the Sisters of the Visitation before they adopted enclosure.” The constitutions which Father Medaille wrote for the sisters are borrowed from the rules of St. Ignatius, the saintly founder adding observations from his own experience. They are the mainstay of missions visited by a priest only once a month or once in three months. The sisters have about 1600 children under their care, including 200 orphans. The entire generalate comprises 1670 members. It has a wide circulation in the United States and Canada. The Sisters of St. Joseph of Philadelphia now (1910) number 626 professed members, 64 novices, and 31 postulants, in charge of a collegiate institute for the higher education of women, an academy and boarding-school, 42 parish schools, and 2 high schools in the Archdioceses of Philadelphia and Baltimore, and the Dioceses of Newark and Harrisburg, and 4 asylums and homes. Everywhere remedies are given to the sick natives, and the work of infant baptism of natives is carried on. The community now (1910) numbers 200 sisters, in 14 houses, in charge of an academy, 3 hospitals, 2 orphanages, a home for the aged, and 10 separate schools, in the Dioceses of Peterborough and Sault Ste-Marie. During the cholera epidemic of 1854 the sisters cared for those afflicted. The provincial officers are appointed by the general officers every three years, as also are the local superiors of all the provinces. I entered the Congregation Sister Servants of the Poor in 1982 and ministered in Italy for eighteen years. In 1896, when the redivision of the three Kansas dioceses, Concordia, Kansas City, and Wichita, was agitated, Bishop Fink of Kansas City, to keep the Sisters of St. Joseph of his diocese within the limit of his jurisdiction, had their motherhouse transferred from Abilene to Parsons. The younger children attend the parish school. TEMPLE-RASTON: This was a complete departure from the St. Joseph's, the St. Joe's, that everyone knew. The first decree of approbation was granted June 7, 1867, and ten years later, May 16, 1877, a decree approving the institute and constitutions was issued by the Sacred Congregation of Bishops and Regulars. Their schools receive no government grant, in spite of which they are superior to the free secular schools. The motherhouse of the Florida missions is at St. Augustine. Get Directions (310) 889-2100. Watch the video here to hear how Pope Francis and U.S. Bishops have responded to the killing, and how we are called to do the same. In his work, he humbly listened to the voice of God and followed God's will. The sisters, in communities of two or three, did the pioneer work in the mission field of Australia, seconding the labors of the clergy so ably that there have been few defections from the Faith. Among the latter was Mother St. John Fontbonne, who in her notebook records the names of four Sisters of St. Joseph imprisoned with her at St-Didier, five others in the dungeon of Feurs, and twenty in Clermont and other parts of France. The province of St. Paul includes the houses in the Archdiocese of St. Paul, Minnesota, and the Dioceses of Winona and Far-go, North Dakota. Josephites, while standing in solidarity with the … Always under the direction of the Sulpicians, to whose assistance and devotion it is indebted for its prosperity, this little institute had the consolation of seeing its existence and regulations canonically approved by Msgr. US Federation Sisters of St. Joseph; Members of LCWR; In Remembrance; About Our Work. The U.S. Federation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph is a dynamic union of all the Sisters of Saint Joseph of the United States who claim a common origin in the foundation at Le Puy, France in 1650. Find out more about the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet in the Los Angeles area. Bourget) had been obtained, the institute was founded on April 26—the feast of the Patronage of St. Joseph—1857, by the Sulpician father, Antoine Mercier. They now number 21, in charge of 3 schools, with an attendance of 225. © 2021 Trustees of the Sisters of Saint Joseph ABN 33 293 441 659. The following year the Right Rev. The St. Louis province comprises the houses of the congregation in the Archdioceses of St. Louis and Chicago and the Dioceses of St. Joseph, Kansas City, Indianapolis, Peoria, Belleville, Alton, Denver, Marquette, Green Bay, Mobile, and Oklahoma. By 1868 the sisters were sufficiently strong to direct their own affairs, and elected their own superior, thus forming a new diocesan congregation. We welcome your membership not only as Sisters but also Associates, St. Joseph Worker members, or Volunteers. Buffalo.—The Sisters of St. Joseph were introduced into the Diocese of Buffalo in ISM, when three sisters from Carondelet, St. Louis, made a foundation at Canandaigua, New York. They also visit the sick in the parishes in which they reside. In each provincial house, as in the motherhouse, a novitiate is established. Since then the numerous communities of this congregation have been placed by the Holy See under the bishops of the dioceses in which they work. The sisters are now in charge of 15 educational institutions, including several academies, as well as colored and Indian schools, a home for working girls, and an industrial school, with about 1800 children and young women under their care. The sisters have one house in England, at Whalley Park, Manchester, where 10 sisters devote themselves to the care of invalided ladies, for whom they opened a home there in 1905; they also nurse in private houses. Here there was a large building erected for the benefit of girls, where they could spend their summer holidays. Its object is to aid the clergy in spiritual and temporal matters, both by the ministry of prayer and by discharging certain manual services, such as the manufacture of liturgical vestments and ornaments, and the manufacture, repair, and bleaching of the linen destined for the service of the altars of the various churches, etc. The rule is based on that of St. Augustine. In 1864 a hospital was opened at Meadville, and the sisters took charge of the parochial schools of that city. The following is the story of the second foundation at Temuka. The Norwegian province, dating from 1865, with seat at Christiania, has over 180 sisters. In India the sisters have hospitals, homes, orphanages, etc., just as they have in France, and they also go out to nurse the sick in their own homes. But after the division was made, the following year, Abilene was in the Concordia diocese, and Parsons was in the Wichita diocese, and the motherhouse of the Sisters of St. Joseph being in Parsons, the community belonged to the Wichita diocese, having mission-houses in both the Diocese of Concordia, and the Diocese of Kansas City. After remaining there a year they located at Concordia, Kansas, in the fall of 1884, and established the first motherhouse in the West, in what was then the Diocese of Leavenworth. In 1863 a novitiate was opened at New Orleans, and later one was established at Cedar Point, Hamilton County, Ohio. Most of the young men who have risen to parliamentary fame owe their early education to these sisters. The sisters now number 43, in charge of four parochial schools, with an attendance of about 1200. These obstacles seemed but to increase the zeal of the sisters, and by degrees postulants were received, parochial schools and asylums opened, and new works begun in various parts of the diocese. 1832; d. at Sydney, August 8, 1909). In Scotland, at Blair’s College, 15 sisters have charge of the household arrangements and work of the college. In 1843 Mother St. John Marcoux, superior since 1812, resigned her office, which was assumed by Mother Felicite, under whom the congregation continued its extraordinary development. The congregation now numbers 210 members, in charge of 14 parochial schools, attended by 3900 children, in addition to the other institutions mentioned above. Education Ministries; SSJ Earth Center; Saint Joseph Villa; Saint Joseph by-the-Sea Retreat House; Saint Mary by-the-Sea Retreat House; SSJ Welcome Center; SSJ Neighborhood Center; Subsidized Senior Residences; Social Justice. Foundations were made also in Savoy, Italy, and Corsica. There are three houses in Scotland, all in Ayrshire, with which are connected a boarding-school and 4 elementary schools, attended by 500 children. St. Louis.—In the year 1834 the Right Rev. The institute spread rap-idly from the beginning, and although some of the houses in France were closed during the French Revolution, they now number over 100 in various parts of the world, with over 1000 sisters. The works of charity, the care of the sick in hospitals, of the aged and orphans, and the visitation of the sick in their homes, were also carried on as prior to the Revolution. The number of religious, then 44, has now (1910) reached 155, in charge of 9 schools attended by 2100 pupils, 2 hospitals, with an annual average of 4200 patients. The novitiate was removed from Canandaigua to Buffalo in 1861. 183 check-ins. 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