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Order Guessing Game

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DiscerningCatholic

I'll give one.

 

This order is a relatively new (20th-century) American foundation with apostolates in teaching and nursing. They are fully habited (white), accept entrants of all ages, and have houses in Pennsylvania and Ohio, as well as special devotions to the Holy Spirit, Our Lady of Loreto, and St. Anne de Beaupre. Also, they are just lovely!

 

Go.

 

Little Sisters of the Poor?

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OnlySunshine

Ok, Mater, I have to agree with the poster of two years ago that you are scary good at this game. Indeed, the CDS does/has all those things, as well as makes a regular pilgrimage to the Shrine of St. Anne in Canada.

 

Now, Mater, since YOU figured it out, YOU give a clue!

 

I will do it in a bit.  ;)

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OnlySunshine

OK, here is the clue:

 

This group of Sisters was founded overseas but has houses in the USA, Australia, France, and Canada.  They work with the youth and elderly.  The order was named for a hermit saint.  Which order is this?

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Gabriela

OK, here is the clue:

 

This group of Sisters was founded overseas but has houses in the USA, Australia, France, and Canada.  They work with the youth and elderly.  The order was named for a hermit saint.  Which order is this?

 

Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres? If you mean they have houses ONLY in the USA, Australia, France, and Canada, then it's not them... Or if you mean they ONLY work with youth and elderly, then it's also not them... But they do have/do all that stuff, and they were named for St. Paul the Hermit...

 

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OnlySunshine

Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres? If you mean they have houses ONLY in the USA, Australia, France, and Canada, then it's not them... Or if you mean they ONLY work with youth and elderly, then it's also not them... But they do have/do all that stuff, and they were named for St. Paul the Hermit...

 

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Nope, sorry!  Not them.  The ones I'm referring to have their Motherhouse overseas but convents in the other countries.  :)

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