Red Sisters

Some articles on sisters:

Franz Pfanner - Outline of Abbot Francis Pfanner’s Life and Work Enriched
1859 Appointed Confessor to the Sisters of Mercy in Agram (Croatia) ... foundation of the new missionary congregation of the Sisters of the Precious Blood ... vows of the first new religious community of sisters ...

Famous quotes containing the words sisters and/or red:

    If the Christ were content with humble toilers for disciples, that wasn’t good enough for our Bert. He wanted dukes’ half sisters and belted earls wiping his feet with their hair; grand apotheosis of the snob, to humiliate the objects of his own awe by making them venerate him.
    Angela Carter (1940–1992)

    ‘But where can we draw water,’
    Said Pearse to Connolly,
    ‘When all the wells are parched away?
    O plain as plain can be
    There’s nothing but our own red blood
    Can make a right Rose Tree.’
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)