Daughters of Divine Charity
Mother Franziska Lechner began her work in 1868 in Vienna, Austria by opening St. Mary's Homes for working girls during the European Industrial Revolution. The Congregation's apostolic works now extend to the education of youth, providing care and home for the elderly, the mentally, physically and psychologically disabled.
Countries where the order exists
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Czech Republic
- United States
- « Divine charity, Daughters of », in New Catholic Encyclopedia, volume Com-Dyn, Catholic University of America, Thomson/Gale, 2003, page 786.
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