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. ...
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 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, ...
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Sisters of St. Anne
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