Sisters of Saint Anne

St. Marie Province

Our Story

Our Historical Roots

In 1850, Esther Blondin founded the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Anne in Quebec, Canada. Later, she would become known as Sister Marie-Anne.  To understand the historic setting of her day is to understand the woman and the meaning of her undertaking. ...

Our Foundress

Esther Blondin was born on April 18, 1809 to a Catholic farm family in a rural community in Quebec, Canada.  Her mother taught her to worship at the Eucharist and recognize Divine Providence.  Her father taught her to have a strong faith and to b...

Our Spirituality

Our spirituality is rooted in the Ignatian tradition of discernment:  in a meditative stance, we visualize ourselves in a gospel context and pray for direction. Fueled by the desire to build a more just and caring world, we seek the will of God by hearing, ...

Contact Us

To contact the Sisters of St. Anne, please call, email, or notify: Sister Paulette Gardner, Director of Communications Sisters of St. Anne 720 Boston Post Road East Marlboro, MA 01752 USA 508-597-1419 spg102@hotmail.com