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St. Joan Antide

Saint Jeanne-Antide Thouret (27 November 1765 - 24 August 1826) was a French Roman Catholic professed religious and the founder of the Thouret sisters.

Thouret's life was one of service to children and the ill across France in and hospitals - some of which her order established. This active apostolate did not cease when the French Revolution forced her into exile in both Switzerland and the Kingdom of Prussia.

Thouret's canonization cause started in 1900 under Pope Leo XIII and Pope Pius XI later named her as Venerable in 1922. That same pope beatified her in 1926 and canonized her in 1934. There is a statue honoring her in Saint Peter's Basilica.
Mission Statement

To love Christ Jesus;
To love and serve the poor who are His members;
To show them the love of the father;
This is the charism and mission which St.Vincent de Paul and St.Jeanne Antide received from God.

Through education We serve the weak and the powerless in the Vincentian tradition lived by St.Jeanne Antide.

50 Reasons

...why parents should encourage their children to play sport.

Autism Awareness 2018 Sr Teresa

Sr Teresa, our College Principal addressing parents at the start of the new scholastic year.

Eco School council at parliament Eco School council at parliament

The President and vice President of of our school s Eco Council took part in a session held for schools at the Parliament. Members of parlament were present to discuss environmental issues with the children.


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