Incarnate Word, Sisters of Charity of the


Incarnate Word, Sisters of Charity of the
Incarnate Word, Sisters of Charity of the
This congregation, with simple vows, was founded by Rt. Rev. C.M. Dubuis, Bishop of Galveston

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