Sisters of Holy Cross

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The Sisters of Holy Cross, headquartered in Montreal, Canada is a Catholic congregation of religious sisters which traces its origins to the foundation of the Congregation of Holy Cross in 1837 in Le Mans, France by the Blessed Father Basil Anthony-Marie Moreau, CSC. Two other congregations of sisters also have the same origins: the Marianites of Holy Cross (New Orleans, Louisiana) and the Sisters of the Holy Cross (Notre Dame, Indiana).

For a history of the four congregations of Holy Cross, see the Congregation of Holy Cross.

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The Sisters of Holy Cross are represented in the following countries (with their year of first arrival in parentheses):

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