Sisters of Saint Ann

A religious congregation founded at Vanldreuil, Canada in 1850, by Monsignor I. Bourget and Mother Marie Anne, for the instruction of children. The congregation manages day, boarding, and trade schools, kindergartens, hospitals, and a private sanitarium, in Canada, the United States, and Alaska. The mother-house is at Lachine, Quebec, Canada.

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