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The Catholic Impact

Saturday, August 30th, 2014

On a cold winter’s night in 1839 in a French village, Jeanne Jugan encountered an elderly, blind and infirm woman who was alone and in need of help. She carried the woman home, up the steps to her small apartment and placed her in her own bed. The congregation of the Little Sisters of the […] [Read more]