Talk:Jeanne-Le Ber

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I thought Matthew McLauchlin ran for NDP in 2004?--Sonjaaa 07:11, 12 January 2006 (UTC)

He ran in 2000 -- Earl Andrew - talk 07:51, 12 January 2006 (UTC)

Jeanne Le Ber 1662-1714[edit]

I had come to this web site in the hopes that there would be some information about the recluse, Jeanne Le Ber.

She had spent thirty-four years in solitude at the time of the founding of Ville-Marie (Montreal). The Recluse Sisters, were founded in Alberta, Canada in 1943 by two Montrealers, Rita Renaud and Jeannette Roy, and by Father Louis-Marie Parent, Oblate of Mary Immaculate. "For the Recluse Sisters her life is still an inspiration."*

From a pamphlet published by Monastere Notre-Dame de l'Annonciation Recluses Missionnaires and distributed by Monastere de l'Immaculee Conception Recluses Missionnaires, 2351 boul. Labelle, Lafontaine, QC J7Z 5T5 - CANADA, (450) 438-1852

Friendlyss 19:50, 10 April 2007 (UTC)