Sister Marie Simon

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Solidarity (Catholic Theology) - Posthumous Recognition - Beatification
... Sister Marie Simon-Pierre, a French nun and a member of the Congregation of Little Sisters of Catholic Maternity Wards, confined to her bed by Parkinson's ... As of May 2008, Sister Marie-Simon-Pierre, then 46, was working again at a maternity hospital run by her religious institute ... the second signed decree certify the authenticity of his first miracle, the curing of Sister Marie Simon-Pierre, a French nun, from Parkinson's disease ...
Beatification And Canonisation Of Pope John Paul II - Beatification
... The nun was later identified as Sister Marie Simon-Pierre ... Sister Marie Simon Pierre is a member of the Congregation of Little Sisters of Catholic Maternity Wards from Puyricard, near Aix-en-Provence ... Sister Marie-Simon-Pierre, 46, is working again, now in Paris at a maternity hospital run by her order ...

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