"But the Lord said:
I have witnessed the affliction of my people in Egypt.
I have heard their cry... I know well what they are suffering.
I have comme down to rescue them. " Ex. 3, 7-8
Father Jean-Maurice, a new inspiration in his parish, to respond to the needs of his milieu, calls one of his parishioners, Rose Giet.
Both of them, touched deeply by the physical, intellectual and spiritual misery engendered by the war of Vendée, searched for ways to stimulate the people to stand up and rebuild their lives in hope.
Jean-Maurice Catroux and Rose Giet resolved therefore, to found a community of women, called to live passionately the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
December 18,1823: Birth of the Congregation