The Sisters of Charity, Halifax

By: Sister Maura

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Book Condition: Very Good


8vo - 21 x14 cm.; xxvi - 269 pp. Approbations present. This history of the Sisters of Charity starts with a short biography of their foundress, Mother Elizabeth Seton, and then goes into accounts of the lives of Mothers Mary Berchmans, Mary Louise, Mary Evaristus, and Stella Maria before going into the missions and the works and spirit of the Institute. Photos. Blue cloth covered boards with gilt spine lettering. Light edgewear on boards, bit of soiling on text block edges, former owner's name on front free endpaper; binding sturdy, text is otherwise clean.

Title: The Sisters of Charity, Halifax

Author Name: Sister Maura

Categories: Catholic - Church History,

Publisher: Toronto, Ryerson Press.: 1956

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 23068

Keywords: Catholic Church, History, Convents, Sisters of Charity, Halifax, Nova Scotia; Elizabeth Seton, Mary Berchmans; Mary Louise, Mary Evaristus, Stella Maria;