Sisters of the Holy Cross (Notre Dame, Indiana)

A branch of the Sisters Marianites of the Holy Cross founded by Blessed Basile Moreau in 1841 at Le Mans, France to cooperate in the work of the Congregation of the Holy Cross. In 1869 the sisters in the United States were recognized as a distinct congregation. In the United States they manages hospitals, orphanages, schools, and colleges, and a mission in Bengal. The mother-house is in Notre Dame, Indiana.

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