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Brothers of Our Lady of Lourdes

Community devoted to the education of youth and the care of the sick and infirm

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Lourdes, BROTHERS OF OUR LADY OF (abbreviation C.N.D.L.—Congregation de Notre-Dame de Lourdes), a community devoted to the education of youth and the care of the sick and infirm. It was founded at Renaix, Flanders, in 1830, by Etienne Modeste Glorieux, a Belgian priest, and approved in 1892 by Leo XIII. The congregation, numbering 518 members, has its mother-house at Oostacker, Belgium, and 30 filial houses, one in the United States and the others in Belgium and Holland. The American house is at South Park, in the Diocese of Seattle, Washington, where there are 13 Brothers in charge of a house of studies and day- and boarding-school for boys.

LEO A. KELLY


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