Rose-Chrétien de la Neuville

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Blessed Rose-Chrétien de la Neuville
Widow, religious and martyr
Born1741
near Évreux, Duchy of Normandy, Kingdom of France
DiedJuly 17, 1794
Place du Trône Renversé (now Place de la Nation) Paris, France
Venerated inRoman Catholic Church
Beatified27 May 1906 by Pope Pius X
FeastJuly 17

Rose-Chrétien de la Neuville (1741 - 17 July 1794) was a French Carmelite nun and one of the Martyrs of Compiègne. She married young but was widowed. She was professed as a choir nun in 1777, taking the name Sister Julie Louise of Jesus, O.C.D.. In 1794, de la Neuville was guillotined in Place du Trône Renversé in Paris.[1]

On 27 May 1906 she and the other Carmelite Martyrs of Compiègne were beatified by Pope Pius X.

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