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Jan. 30 Sisters Regina and Gilvânia celebrated his twenty-five years of religious consecration, the Shrine of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart.

Jan. 30 Sisters Regina and Gilvânia celebrated his twenty-five years of religious consecration, the Shrine of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart.

Doll wearing habit worn by Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary :: Catholic Sisters International

Doll wearing habit worn by Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary :: Catholic Sisters International

Little Sister of Consolation of the Sacred Heart and the Holy Face

Little Sister of Consolation of the Sacred Heart and the Holy Face

A message from Sister Jeanne Bossé, 94 years old, a Canadian Sister living in Japan more than 60 years.

A message from Sister Jeanne Bossé, 94 years old, a Canadian Sister living in Japan more than 60 years.

Carmelite Monastery of the Sacred Heart

Carmelite Monastery of the Sacred Heart

Victim Nuns of the Sacred Heart

Victim Nuns of the Sacred Heart

Sister Edna Mary - The Religious Life

Sister Edna Mary - The Religious Life

The Eucharistic sisters of our Lady of Guadalupe and the heavenly father

The Eucharistic sisters of our Lady of Guadalupe and the heavenly father

"Sister Mary Clara" Vocation Doll  The companion booklet features the religious communities and private associations of consecrated women of the Sisters of St. Francis of the Martyr St. George, the Little Sisters of the Poor, the Sisters of Life, the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, and the Daughters of Mary, Mother of Healing Love.

"Sister Mary Clara" Vocation Doll The companion booklet features the religious communities and private associations of consecrated women of the Sisters of St. Francis of the Martyr St. George, the Little Sisters of the Poor, the Sisters of Life, the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, and the Daughters of Mary, Mother of Healing Love.

Bila Voda, Northern Moravia: Nuns of the Order of St. Vincent de Paul are the sole producers of altar-bread in Czechoslovakia. Once, all wafers were hand-made. Now, they have a semi-automat – a gift from their sisters in Germany. The tiny village has been home to nuns belonging to 12 different orders since 1950 when religious orders were liquidated by the Communist regime.

Bila Voda, Northern Moravia: Nuns of the Order of St. Vincent de Paul are the sole producers of altar-bread in Czechoslovakia. Once, all wafers were hand-made. Now, they have a semi-automat – a gift from their sisters in Germany. The tiny village has been home to nuns belonging to 12 different orders since 1950 when religious orders were liquidated by the Communist regime.

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