- Capuchin Poor Clares
The Capuchin Poor Clares were founded in
Naples, Italy, in 1538, by Ven. Maria Laurentia Longo. The Capuchin Poor Clares follow the original ideals of St. Francis of Assisiand St. Clare of Assisi.
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