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Motherhouse - La Tour Saint Joseph

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Uploaded by Little Sisters of the Poor on Jul 20, 2008

Photo tour of La Tour Saint Joseph, motherhouse of Little Sisters of the Poor.


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  1. Annette Moody
    1 year ago

    Maree, that is a co-incidence! No, she died in Mans, at their home on 13 February 1943. I have her passport number if that will help A 190907 to find her grave. Another article in a NZ paper says Le Mons - I'll assume it's the same place. If you can find the motherhouse which was founded by Saint Jeanne Jugan near Rennes, France, you'll find they were buried together in the local parish or at Le Mans cemetery north west of the river Sarthe off the main road, avenue Rhin et Danube (D304), from D304 turn into the Rue Des Etamines, then left into Rue de la Madelaine, the cemetery is off the Rue de la Madelaine in the Rue de le Garenne. Though this could be more of a military cemetery? There are several of them around France.

  2. Maree Bunce
    1 year ago

    Hi Annette,
    I am here in France for six months and was just doing a casual search when I saw your question of a week ago. What a coincidence! I thought Aunty Kathleen died in Lyons?
    Hope you see this.
    Love , Maree

  3. Annette Moody
    1 year ago

    My apologies my Aunt, Sister Benedict de St Redempteur died 1943, not 1948 in Le Mans at the mother house.

  4. annette moody
    1 year ago

    I would very much like a photo of the grave of my Aunt, Kathleen Moody, aka Sr Benedict de St Redempteur who died at the age of 31 on 13 February 1948 in Le Mans. Please.

  5. Janusz & Ewa Dominikowski
    2 years ago

    We love you and we like to love you more and more.

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