Marguerite d"Youville, foundress of the Grey Nuns.

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Youville, Marguerite d", 1701-
StatementTranslated from the French by Helena Nantais.
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LC ClassificationsBX4700.Y6 M53
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Pagination322 p.
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Saint Marguerite d’Youville, Foundress of the Grey Nuns. The life of Marguerite d’Youville () was one of sorrow and disappointment. A girl from a genteel but impoverished Montreal family, Marguerite experienced childhood poverty, an embarrassing marriage and the deaths of her husband and four of her six children.

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Montreal: Palm Publishers. MLA Citation. Mitchell, Estelle. Marguerite d'Youville, foundress of the Grey Nuns. Translated from the French by Helena Nantais Palm Publishers Montreal Australian/Harvard Citation. Mitchell, Estelle.Marguerite d.

During her mandate, she was instrumental in promoting the canonization of Marguerite d’Youville, foundress of the Grey Nuns. She then organized a most stupendous celebration in Montreal so that more t people could rejoice with all the Grey Nuns and the people who venerated St.

Marguerite. They are Saint Marguerite Bougeoys, foundress of Sisters of Notre Dame, Saint Marie Marguerite D’Youville, the first Canadian-born Saint, and foundress of the Sisters of Charity in Canada, also known as the Grey Nuns, and Blessed Marie de l’Incarnation, Foundress of the Ursuline sisters in Canada.

Marie Marguerite d'Youville () foundress of the Sisters of Charity photo. MARGUERITE d'YOUVILLE, the first native Canadian to be elevated to sainthood, was born Octo at Varennes, Quebec. She was the eldest of six children born to Christophe Dufrost de Lajemmerais and Marie-Renée Gaultier.

The history of the Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart from its roots in the eighteenth century to today. $ Mother D’Youville: First Canadian Foundress by: Albertine Ferland-Angers. Feast of St. Marguerite D’Youville. Written on: Octo Following is a yearly tradition from our President, a letter written to the Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart, encouraging them as they walk in the footsteps of their Foundress, Saint Marguerite d’Youville.

Our Foundress Marguerite d'Youville The life of Marguerite d'Youville, Foundress of the Sisters of Charity of Montreal, better known as the "Grey Nuns" is one that has inspired women and men of every age and time.

Marguerite knew the difficulties of life.

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During the next two centuries, Mère d'Youville's followers went further afield to continue the good works of their foundress. Today the Grey Nuns have communities in Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta, the Northwest Territories, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts, as well as in Quebec.

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Marguerite d'Youville, a pioneer for our times: a biography based on the life and times of Marguerite d'Youville, foundress of the Sisters of Charity (Grey Nuns.

Get this from a library. Mother d'Youville: first Canadian foundress: Marie-Marguerite du Frost de Lajemmerais, widow d'Youville, foundress of the Sisters of Charity of the General Hospital of Montreal, Grey Nuns.

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[Albertine Ferland-Angers]. These are three women who made their marks upon the Church with the work they did among the natives Americans and with the children of Canada.

They are Saint Marguerite Bougeoys, foundress of Sisters of Notre Dame, Saint Marie Marguerite D’Youville, the first Canadian-born Saint, and foundress of the Sisters of Charity in Canada, also known as the Grey Nuns, and Blessed Marie de l.

InSr. Marguerite was elected Assistant General of the Grey Nuns. Inshe was elected Superior General for ten years. During her mandate, she was instrumental in promoting the canonization of Marguerite d’Youville, foundress of the Grey Nuns. The Grey Nuns and the Red River Settlement by Dennis King.

Toronto: Book Society of Canada, ISBN ; Mother d'Youville, First Canadian Foundress by Albertine-Ferland Angers.

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Montreal: Sisters of Charity of Montreal, Grey Nuns, ISBN St. Marguerite d'Youville. Foundress of the Sisters of Charity, the Grey Nuns of Canada.

Marguerite D'Youville was born at Varennes, Quebec, on Octo Marie Marguerite Dufrost de La Jemmerais. She studied under the Ursulines, married Francois D'Youville in. Oct 16 – St Marie-Marguerite d’Youville, SGM, (), Mother of Universal Charity, Foundress of the Grey Nuns.

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I used to be desperately in love with a. After seeing their great work in the community, d’Youville and her followers were now being known as the "Grey Nuns of Montreal.” The statue shows St. Marguerite with her hand on the shoulder of a young girl, meant to symbolize her work with the poor, unwed mothers, and orphans of Montreal.

Foundress of the Sisters of Charity, the Grey Nuns of Canada. Marguerite D’Youville was born at Varennes, Quebec, on Octo Marie Marguerite Dufrost de La Jemmerais. She studied under the Ursulines, married Francois D’Youville inand became a widow in   Name: Marie-Marguerite Dufrost de Lajemmerais.

Born on at Varennes, Quebec, Canada. Died on at Montreal, Quebec, Canada. About: “ The strong woman of Canada ”.” A woman of genius ”, are among the tributes that have been paid to Mère d’Youville, foundress of the Grey Nuns religious order.

Get this from a library. A heroine of charity, Venerable Mother d'Youville, foundress of the Sisters of charity, Grey nuns, Montreal. [Mary Gertrude Duffin, mother]. The life of Saint Marguerite d'Youville, the foundress of the Grey Nuns, is the story of a mother, widow, nurse and nun.

Her life shows us that it is possible to be a child of God the Father – a Saint – in all walks of life. Marguerite was canonized by Pope John Paul II in Other articles in this issue include: Lust; Our Heritage.

“Paths of Compassion” is a history of the Grey Nuns. The book, by Sister Patricia Geary, recounts the story of Marguerite d’Youville, the congregation’s foundress, as well as the story of the women who have followed in her footsteps for four centuries.

New Catholic Dictionary – Marie Marguerite d’Youville Article nee Dufrost de jajemmerais (), foundress of the Grey Nuns, or Sisters of Charity of the General Hospital of.

Life of the venerable M.-M. Dufrost de Lajemmerais, Mde d'Youville. Montreal, Grey nunnery, (OCoLC) Named Person: Marguerite d' Youville; Marguerite d' Youville, sainte; Marguerite d' Youville, Saint: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: D S Ramsay.

Marie-Marguerite d'Youville (–), founder of the Grey Nuns Mother Marie of the Incarnation, the foundress, practiced devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and had established it in the cloister years before the revelation to St.

Margaret Mary Alacoque (–). Celebrations for the Feast of St. Marguerite were held in Buffalo and Philadelphia, at D’Youville College, Holy Redeemer Lafayette, the Magnificat Community, Artis and St. Joseph’s Manor. It is nice to know that no matter where Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart are, they continue to celebrate the life of their founder, St.

Marguerite, together. They are Saint Marguerite Bourgeoys, foundress of Sisters of Notre Dame, Saint Marie Marguerite D’Youville, the first Canadian-born Saint, and foundress of the Sisters of Charity in Canada, also known as the Grey Nuns, and Blessed Marie de l’Incarnation, Foundress of the Ursuline sisters in Canada.

One day, some sixty years later, Mother Margaret d'Youville, Foundress of a Congregation of Sisters of Charity, would be known to the people of Quebec as the Providence of Montreal. It became proverbial among the Church's authorities, even before she died, when there was a charitable work to do, to ask the Grey Nuns; they never refuse a mission.Life of the venerable M.-M.

Dufrost de Lajemmerais, Mde d'Youville foundress of the Sisters of Charity (called Grey Nuns) of Montreal, Canada by D. S. Ramsay. 0 Ratings ; 0 Want to read.Life of the venerable M.-M. Dufrost de Lajemmerais, Mde d'Youville: foundress of the Sisters of charity (called Grey nuns) of Montreal, Canada by Ramsay, D.

S. (David Shaw),