Sisters Hospitaller of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

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The Sisters Hospitallers of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, acronym H.S.C.,[1] is an institute of consecrated life established in 1881 by the Italian priest St. Benito Menni (1841–1914).

It is devoted to poor sick people, especially the mentally handicapped, and elderly persons.



  1. ^ Ann. Pont. 2007, p. 1657.

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