Opening new home Sunday
Grimsby Independent, 2 May 1946, p. 1,10
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Date of Publication
2 May 1946
Date Of Event
5 May 1946
Personal Name(s)
Romanovich, Mark
Corporate Name(s)
Missionary Sisters of Christian Charity
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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With permission of the Apostolic See, a new congregation of sisters has been called into being in Grimsby under the name of the Missionary Sisters of Christian Charity. The Solemn Opening of the Missionary Sisters will take place on Sunday, May 5th at 3 p.m., when the first members of the new organization will officially begin their new life in the former J.A. Jacklin residence on No. 8 Highway west, near Grimsby. Mr. Jacklin's beautiful residence is to become the first home of the Missionary Sisters, where young women will receive their early training in the spiritual life and acquire the arts and accomplishments necessary for social service. The founder of the new society is Rev. Mark Romanovich, O.S.B.M., professor of Moral Theology in the Basilian monastery in Grimsby...

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Opening new home Sunday