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Daughters of the Divine Redeemer

Motherhouse at Oedenburg, Hungary; founded in 1863 from the Daughters of the Divine Savior of Vienna

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Divine Redeemer, DAUGHTERS OF the, mother-house at Oedenburg, Hungary; founded in 1863 from the Daughters of the Divine Savior of Vienna. This congregation has 37 filial houses and 300 sisters, who conduct schools of all kinds and care for the sick.


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