Charity, Sisters of, of St. Louis
Charity, Sisters of, of St. Louis
Founded at Vannes in Brittany, in 1803, by Madame Molé, née de Lamoignan, for the education of poor girls, at the suggestion of Bishop de Pancemont, of Vannes, who was her director

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