To Know Rosalie
Rosalie Cadron-Jetté's childhood home is today known as the Maison Rosalie-Cadron and is open to the public between the months of May and October. It is located in Lavaltrie, Quebec. (Website in French only)
Thanks to Google Books, you can now find Hélène Grégoire's book, Rosalie Cadron-Jetté. A Story of Courage and Compassion, a complete and well-documented biography of the woman who welcomed pregnant and unmarried women in the 19th century.
Also available on Google Books is Sylvie Bessette's book Spiritual Explorations with Rosalie Cadron-Jetté. This book projects a theological and spiritual spotlight onto the numerous steps taken to acquaint us with the holiness of Rosalie Cadron-Jetté.
Rosalie is now on Wikipedia! She has first made her way onto this free encyclopedia thanks to an Australian editor who became interested in her story. The article is currently a good article nominee. This article has since been translated into French and connected to the Wikipedia of the 19th century, Quebec portals, of Catholicism as well as that of Women.
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Works for the Mother and the Child
At La Petite Maison de la Miséricorde, in Montréal, we welcome with respect and empathy, women heads of single-parent families and their children by offering individualized support to help her to restore confidence and autonomy, and on the other hand, various family services.
The Espoir Rosalie Centre, in Gatineau, is mandated to welcome, with respect, single mother with her child, to assist her in the development of the means and resources for a support on personal, parental, social and financial level.
Marie-Ève Centre, located in St-Eustache, is a community organization that offers, in a warm and welcoming space, different services to pregnant women and mothers, with children under 2 years, living difficulties.
Halte la Ressource, in Montreal, is a living environment, a space of home and listening to parents and their families. Special attention is given to single mothers living often complex situations.
Maison Magnificat, in Ligueil in France, is a house where it hosts young women in distress, whether they are pregnant or mothers of newborns. We accompany these women in their moral and emotional reconstruction so that they develop an autonomous and stable life.
Rosalie Hall, in Scarborough, Ontario, with compassion and respect, assists young parents in need and their children to realize their potential through the provision of a wide range of community, residential, educational, and child development services.
Villa Rosa, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, is a prenatal and postnatal residence offering a wide variety of programs in a safe and nurturing environment. Any single, pregnant woman or new mother in need may access our services. Villa Rosa’s mission is to provide support to mothers, babies and their families during and after pregnancy.
Misericordia Health Centre, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, is one of the leading providers of specialized care to meet the needs of the aging population, according to the Catholic tradition of ethical and spiritual values through the legacy of the Misericordia Sisters.
Wolseley Family Place, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, is a welcoming centre where families with small children can access support staff and other parents, on family-related issues.
The Misericordia Community Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta, provides a full range of acute care services to a diverse and growing community. Health care services follow a deep-rooted tradition of healing the body, enriching the mind and nurturing the soul.
Pathfinders, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Rosalie Center empowers young parents to develop assets to form safe, healthy families, develop skills to be self-sufficient and avoid unplanned subsequent pregnancies.
Catholic Guardian Services, Maternity Services, Bronx, New York. Through compassionate care to women who are pregnant, parenting education, counseling, referral and adoption services, they strive to promote the development of life from its beginning and to develop the potential of nurturing parents to establish permanent loving homes which reflect God’s unconditional love for all his children.
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