Little Sisters of Jesus

Little Sisters of Jesus - a Roman Catholic congregation of religious sisters inspired by the life and writings of Charles de Foucauld. Founded in Algeria in 1933 by Madeline Hutin.

It is one of a family of Jesus' at Nazareth communities, build on the original inspiration of Brother Charles of the Desert, which includes the Little Brothers of the Gospel, Jesus Caritas, and the Little Brothers of Jesus.

External links

* [http://www.rc.net/org/littlesisters/ Little Sisters of Jesus]


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