2 edition of Life of the Venerable Louise de Marillac found in the catalog.
by Kessinger Publishing
Written in English
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"Book Notice-ReviewofLife ofLouise de Marillac by MaryCullen," American Ecclesiastical Review. 96 (February) Cullen, Mary. Life ofSt. Louise de Marillac. Adapted for childrenfrom. Louise de Marillac. by M. Le Comte de Lambel. London: Sands; St. The Venerable Louise De Marillac: Mademoiselle Le Gras, Foundress of. Note: This article was written in St. Louise de Marillac Le Gras was canonized in by Pope Pius XI. Foundress of the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, born at Paris, 12 August, , daughter of Louis de Marillac, Lord of Ferri res, and Marguerite Le Camus; died there, 15 March, Her mother having died soon after the birth of Louise, the education of the latter devolved.
Rose of Lima 's favorite book by Louis was The Book of Prayer and Meditation —a book that laments the miseries of life and manifests spiritual contempt for the world. Once, it was said, she banished the devil's temptations by reading this book, causing the devil to snatch the book from her and throw it onto a . Foundress of the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, born at Paris, 12 August, , daughter of Louis de Marillac, Lord of Ferri res, and Marguerite Le Camus ; died there, 15 March, Her mother having died soon after the birth of Louise, the education of the latter devolved upon her father, a man of blameless life. In her earlier years she was confided to the care of her aunt, a.
St. Louise de Marillac. Louise de Marillac was born probably at Ferrieres-en-Brie near Meux, France, on Aug She was educated by the Dominican nuns at Poissy. She desired to become a nun but on the advice of her confessor, she married Antony . From the day when the venerable servant of God, Louise de Marillac, widow Le Gras. encountered this man of preeminent piety, known as Vincent de .
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An edition of Life of the venerable Louise de Marillac (Mademoiselle le Gras) () Life of the venerable Louise de Marillac (Mademoiselle le Gras) foundress of the company of Sisters of Charity by Lovat, Alice Mary Weld-Blundell Fraser B.
Life of the venerable Louise de Marillac (Mademoiselle le Gras) [microform] foundress of the company of Sisters of Charity of St.
Vincent de Paul by Lovat, Alice Mary Weld-Blundell Fraser, baroness, Pages: Great book depicting the life of St. Louise de Marillac. I found the first half of the book very captivating. As it continues, the details of the life of St. Louise tends to fade into the background and the narrative becomes more about the Daughters of Charity and her work with St.
Vincent DePaul - which is not NOT interesting; it is just a bit dry and lacks the excitement that I imagine could /5. The de Marillac family was concerned about marrying Louise.
One of her uncles, Octavien d’Attichy, superintendent of finances, proposed she marry Antoine La Gras, the secretary to the Queen Mother and Regent. Thus on February 5, in the church of Saint-Gervais, Antoine La Gras and Louise de Marillac were married.
Louis was a member of the prominent de Marillac family and was a widower at the time of Louise’s birth. Her uncle, Michel de Marillac, was a major figure in the court of Queen Marie de' Medici and, though Louise was not a member of the Queen’s court, she lived and worked among the French aristocracy.
When her father married his new wife, Antoinette Le Camus, she refused to accept Louise as part of. Louise de Marillac was born into a wealthy French family in Though she pondered religious life, Louise married, had a son and lived a happy life.
After 12 years of marriage, her husband sadly passed away. Widowed, Louise revisited the idea of becoming a nun. She met St. Vincent de Paul and began a life of service to the less fortunate.
Holy HumaniTy: THe LegacY oF Louise de MariLLac Forthcoming book by dr John Honner the CAtALySt FoR thIS SMALL Book WAS the deSIRe oF the National Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society, on behalf of members and volunteers, to commemorate the th anniversary of the deaths of St Louise de Marillac and St Vincent de Paul.
Saint Louise de Marillac’s Story Born near Meux, France, Louise lost her mother when she was still a child, her beloved father when she was but Her desire to become a nun was discouraged by her confessor, and a marriage was arranged. One son was born of this union.
Louise was a member of the powerful de Marillac family and was well educated. Poor health prevented her from joining the strict order of Poor Clares, and in she married Antoine Le Gras (secretary to Queen Marie de Médicis of France), by whom she had a son, Michel.
Introduction On March 15th,between am and noon, after generously sharing her blessings with the Daughters of Charity, Louise de Marillac's life came to an end. She was almost sixty-nine years old. Thus the earthly life of this holy woman was completed. Wife, mother, foundress, saint – such was the course through life and into eternity of the woman named Louise de Marillac.
She was a woman of courage, interested in the great moral and social problems of her day, and a woman for whose step the poor and hungry of Paris streets listened as she went about serving their needs.
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Vincent De Paul Catholic than the everyday life of the typical Sister of Charity. No work, relieving the poor, the sick, and the sad, is alien to them.
Charpy presents this biography of Louise de Marillac as woman, wife, mother, foundress, and indispensable collaborator with Vincent de Paul in founding the Vincentian tradition. In so doing, she seeks to highlight the spiritual insights Louise gained and then expressed in her life as a mystic, and as a hands-on servant of the poor.
Her father is Louis de Marillac a member of the aristocracy. He loved her But he married and his wife did not want Louise ; It would seem that Louise’s early life was woven with dark threads. Louise, at age about 3, was sent to the Dominican convent in Poissy. Her aunt, also Louise de Marillac, was a nun at the Dominican convent.
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Picture Information. Opens image gallery. However, these are books written to be used, Seller Rating: % positive.Le Gras, LOUISE DE MARILLAC, VENERABLE, foundress of the Sisters of Charityof St.
Vincent de Paul, b. at Paris, Augdaughter of Louis de Marillac, Lord of Ferrieres, and Marguerite LeCamus; d. there, Ma Her mother having died soon after the birth of Louise, the education of the latter devolved upon her father, a man of blameless life.Life of the Venerable Louise de Marillac (Mademoiselle Le Gras) foundress of the company of Sisters of c Life of Mademoiselle Le Gras (Louise de Marillac), foundress of the Sisters of Charity.
Preceded by lett Saint Louise de Marillac: co-foundress of the Daughters of Charity.