The Sisters of St. Anne (S.S.A.) are a Roman Catholic religious institute, founded in 1850 in Vaudreuil, Quebec, Canada, by the Blessed Marie Anne Blondin, S.S.A., to promote the education of the rural children of the Province of Canada. Their vision is rooted and guided by Ignatian spirituality.

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  • The Sisters of St. Anne (S.S.A.) are a Roman Catholic religious institute, founded in 1850 in Vaudreuil, Quebec, Canada, by the Blessed Marie Anne Blondin, S.S.A., to promote the education of the rural children of the Province of Canada. Their vision is rooted and guided by Ignatian spirituality. (en)
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