Claretian Sisters

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The Claretian Sisters were founded in 1855 Venerable María Antonia París (1813 - 1885) and St. Anthony Mary Claret. As of 2012, they were the third largest Catholic religious institute for women, with around 7,171 members.[1]

Ministry of the Order[edit]

Christian formation of children, young people, and adults

social services

Hispanic and migrant ministry

liturgical ministry

formation of candidates to the priesthood

Youth and Vocational Ministry

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