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Saint Emilie de Villeneuve introduces herself...
I was born in Toulouse, in the south of France in 1811.
From a very young age, what the poorest have been going through breaks my heart.
The privileged environment in which I grew up did not prevent me from seeing this reality made up of a lot of injustice and suffering...
God spoke to me through multiple voices… many questions arose in me: what does God want from me?
Time for discernment and prayer to know the way.
I responded to that voice...
_cc781905-5cde-3194 -bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ … to these voices, to a clear and profound call...
I told my father about my decision:
- “Father, it is for God that I leave you: “I want to serve the poor…”
On December 8, 1836, in the church of La Platé, in Castres, I realized my dream and I began, with two companions, the path of Soeur Bleue.
We want to live adeep and simple brotherhood, committed to Jesus the Savior in God's plan of love for the peoples.
God Alone will be the center of our life, not “me alone”.
Mary Immaculate will teach us to see reality, the world, others, with spotless eyes, as God sees them.
"It is for God that I leave you. I want to serve the poor."
A rede como santuário na Amazônia Ir. Joaninha CIC
In thanksgiving with Sister Sidonie OYEMBO
A year ago, you welcomed as a body, with joy, confidence and faith, the choice of Pope Francis over my person through the appointment of Consultor to the CIVCSVA. One year later, I would like to say a sincere thank you for your support, your accompaniment and your solidarity.
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COLLEGIO EMILIE DE VILLENEUVE S. PAULO
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