Edifying life of the foundresses

Once they had become real religious by receiving the habit and their Profession, the Sisters of Saint-Jacut thought only of carrying out their charitable mission to the best of their ability, and confided to Providence the growth of the little tree they had planted. There was nothing more edifying than this community, whose members devoted all their time to work and prayer, helping each other as much as their individual tasks allowed. Guyot, p. 47

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Death of Angélique

The venerable Sister Saint-Jacut did not have the joy of witnessing the development of the work she had founded. Before receiving her heavenly reward, she had the sorrow of witnessing the death of her three first companions. Françoise Richard died in 1820, Julienne Monnier in 1833 and Jeanne Monnier in 1834. She herself suffered for a long time from painful infirmities and died on November 16th 1835 at the age of 68. Her death created a great void in the community which had been edified by her…

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