Vincent de Paul, Sisters of Charity of Saint \(New York\)
Vincent de Paul, Sisters of Charity of Saint \(New York\)
Motherhouse at Mt. St. Vincent-on Hudson, New York; not to be confused with the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul founded earlier

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