In an archive in regional France, the story of a Canadian First Nations woman emerges from an old manuscript written by nuns documenting the history of their convent. The Ursulines looked like the dynamic face of a Catholic Church in renewal, attracting novices from many sectors of society. However, after eight months, she requested a transfer. Portrait of Marie de l'Incarnation, attributed to Hugues Pommier, In June , Anne attended a service in order to hear Antoinette sing. Antoinette, then about five or six, was initially given to a Protestant woman named Madame de Saint-Hilaire, but Razilly had written about his young charges to his sister Louise, a nun at Beaumont. As she became a fully professed member of the community, Antoinette slips away from view. Susan Broomhall , University of Western Australia.
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