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Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Hearts. (SFSC)

Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Hearts. (SFSC)

Zakon Świętego Benedykta (OSB)  Ordo Sancti Benedicti  Order of Saint Benedict (Benedictine Monks)  Ordine di San Benedetto (Benedettini)  ...                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Zakon Świętego Benedykta (OSB) Ordo Sancti Benedicti Order of Saint Benedict (Benedictine Monks) Ordine di San Benedetto (Benedettini) ... More

Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist. (OP)

Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist. (OP)

Sisters of Charity of New York. (SC)

Sisters of Charity of New York. (SC)

Missionary Sisters of St. Columban. (SSC)

Missionary Sisters of St. Columban. (SSC)

Siostry Miłosierdzia św. Augustyna (CSA) Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine Hermanas de la Caridad de San Agustín Irmãs da Caridade de Sa...

Siostry Miłosierdzia św. Augustyna (CSA) Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine Hermanas de la Caridad de San Agustín Irmãs da Caridade de Sa...

Sister Chrysostum Moynahan, D.C. Daughters of Charity 1862-1941 -Alabama’s 1st registered nurse in 1916 -Founded St. Vincent’s Hospital School of Nursing in Birmingham (1st nursing school in Alabama)  -Served as St. Vincent’s 1st administrator 1900-1919 -Lead a group of nurses, the Loyola Unit, in Italy during World War I.  -Was recognized by US & Italian governments for her service.  -Continued as administrator in Missouri & Alabama hospitals, bringing health care services to areas in need.

Sister Chrysostum Moynahan, D.C. Daughters of Charity 1862-1941 -Alabama’s 1st registered nurse in 1916 -Founded St. Vincent’s Hospital School of Nursing in Birmingham (1st nursing school in Alabama) -Served as St. Vincent’s 1st administrator 1900-1919 -Lead a group of nurses, the Loyola Unit, in Italy during World War I. -Was recognized by US & Italian governments for her service. -Continued as administrator in Missouri & Alabama hospitals, bringing health care services to areas in need.

Sisters of St. Francis of the Martyr St. George. (FSGM)

Sisters of St. Francis of the Martyr St. George. (FSGM)

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