The founding of the Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joan of Arc / Bibliographic Details; Main Author: Le Floc'h, Yvon. the history of the congregation of the Sisters of St. Casimir, Chicago, Illinois, by: Burton, Saint Joan of Arc; born, January 6th, , burned as a heretic, May 30th. The founding of the Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joan of Arc / by: Le Floc'h, Yvon. Published: () St. Joan of Arc: the life-story of the maid of Orleans / by: Lynch, Denis, Published: () Joan of Arc / by: Michelet, Jules, Sisters of the Joan of Arc Institute. The Congregation of the Sisters of the Joan of Arc Institute, who have their mother house and novitiate in Ottawa, is both a civil corporation, chartered by the Ontario government, and a religious Congregation, founded on October 7, , with the approbation of the Holy See, through His Grace Archbishop Gauthier and Rev. Canon Plantin. The community of Sisters of St. Joseph at London was founded in by five sisters from the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto. These sisters opened an orphan asylum the following year in On 18 December , the congregation became independent, with a novitiate of its own.
The Sisters of St. Joan of Arc (S.J.A.) were founded in in Worcester, Massachusetts (USA) by Fr. Marie-Clément Staub, A.A and Sr. Jeanne du Sacre Coeur, born Célina Benoît. (–). The mother-house was established in Sillery, Québec in Formation: c. AD ; years ago. Joan of Arc (–) was formally canonized as a saint of the Roman Catholic Church on 16 May by Pope Benedict XV in his bull Divina disponente, which concluded the canonization process that the Sacred Congregation of Rites instigated after a petition of of the French Catholic ied: 18 April , St. Peter's Basilica by Pope Pius X. Founded in , the Congregation of the Sisters of the Joan of Arc Institute had their mother house and novitiate in Ottawa. It is one of very few French speaking congregations founded in Ontario. It began in when two women, Albina Aubry and Laura Chartrand founded a home for girls in Ottawa. St. Joan's Men of St. Joseph. “The Men of St. Joseph is an association of Christian men, united under the Catholic Church, who meet weekly to pray together and encourage each other to be the spiritual leaders of their families. The purpose of the Men of St. Joseph is to instill holiness in men and facilitate spiritual leadership in family and.
Joan of Arc (French: Jeanne d'Arc pronounced ; c. – 30 May ), nicknamed "The Maid of Orléans" (French: La Pucelle d'Orléans), is considered a heroine of France for her role during the Lancastrian phase of the Hundred Years' War, and was canonized as a Roman Catholic was born to Jacques d'Arc and Isabelle Romée, a peasant family, at Domrémy in northeast ied: 18 April , St. Peter's Basilica, Rome . Bernard Hebda of the St. Paul and Minneapolis archdiocese giving a homily at St. Joan of Arc. The homily appears to be from Trinity Sunday in May of To begin his homily, Abp. Hebda apparently joked with the people in the pews about their parish's reputation for heterodoxy and liturgical abuse. The story of Joan of Arc is one of the best documented in history, so there is no reason to stray so far from the known facts. To really learn about Joan, I recommend Regine Pernoud’s Joan of Arc By Herself and Her Witnesses. This book allows us to hear Joan . St. Marguerite Bourgeoys (–) founded the Congregation of Notre Dame who are involved in providing Christian education to many parts of the world. She worked tirelessly to ensure the rights and welfare of women and children in New France and to ensure that young people received an education.