Sisters of the Holy Family
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The Sisters of the Holy Family is the name for several different religious institutes of women in the Catholic Church:
- The Sisters of the Holy Family (France), founded in Paris in 1806 by Jeanne-Claude Jacoulet, in a revival of the Canonesses of St. Geneviève.
- The Sisters of the Holy Family of Villefranche, founded by Émilie de Rodat in 1816 in Villefranche-de-Rouergue, France.
- The Congregation of the Holy Family of Bordeaux, which has both active and contemplative houses; these are the Religious Sisters who are a part of the Association of the Holy Family of Bordeaux, founded in 1820 by Pierre-Bienvenu Noailles, a canon of that city.
- The Sisters of the Holy Family (Louisiana), founded in 1837 by Henriette DeLille for African-American women who felt called to the religious life.
- The Sisters of the Holy Family of Helmet, founded in 1856 by three sisters, Rosalie, Henriette and Mélanie Van Biervliet, in Tielt, Belgium.
- The Sisters of the Holy Family (California), founded in 1872 by Father John J. Prendergast and Lizzie Armer in San Francisco, California, United States.
- The Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth, founded in 1875 in Rome, Italy, by Mother Mary of Jesus the Good Shepherd, a Polish noblewoman born Frances Siedliska.
- The Maronite Sisters of the Holy Family, founded in 1895 by Elias Peter Hoayek, the Patriarch of the Maronite Church, with Mother Rosalie Nasr and Sister Stéphanie Kardouche, for the education of the children of Lebanon.
- Sisters of the Holy Family based in San Francisco, California, United States
- Sisters of the Holy Family based in Metairie, Louisiana, United States
- Institute de la Sainte-Famille d'Helmet(French)
- Congregations of the Holy Family - From the Catholic Encyclopedia
- Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth
- Congrégation des Soeurs Maronites de la Sainte Famille(French)
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