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'He that shall lose his life for me

shall find it.

How to Compress a PDF online, free. Select the PDF file that you would like to compress, then upload it to the PDF size converter for compression. Wait a few moments for your file to completely compress. After the process has completed, download and save your new, compressed PDF to your computer. Vents were closed and their lands were seized. Care of the sick fell to “common” women, often those of the lower classes who were too old or too ill to find any other type of work. Hospital records of the day report that nurses were often sanc-tioned for fighting, use of.

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'go sell what thou hast

and give to the poor..

'and come follow me. '

Each sistershall understand

that on entering the convent..

she has made the sacrifice

of her life to God.

Well, are we off?

-Whenever you're ready, Father.

-Let's not wait for that.

Your hat's on crooked.

I tried to put it on without a mirror

to get used to..

There.

Marie didn't want to say goodbye.

And I'd rather not see Louise.

She'll be so upset and..

There's no chance. I'll wait outside.

Now, Louise, I left some things upstairs

for you and Marie.

Divide the dresses, but you keep

the blue ones because blue is your color.

Take good care of Father.

And don't let him

do too many operations in one day.

Why do you have to go, anyway?

Pierre.

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Come along, Gaby,

I ordered the table for 1 :00.

I wish you all as happy as I am.

Gaby, I can see you poor,

I can see you chaste.

But I cannot see you, a strong-willed girl,

obedient to those bells.

In the Congo, Father,

they'll be calling me to work I love.

You may never get to the Congo.

You certainly can never ask for it.

You know that, don't you?

Your personalwishescease to exist

when you enter that door.

Maybe it would be easier

if I went in alone, Father.

You're not an orphan.

Or goingwithout your father's consent.

Please remember this, Gaby.

Remember, if you ever decide

this is not right for you..

there is no sense of failure

in coming back home.

Sister William.

-Dr. Van der Mal?

-Yes?

My name's Pascin.

You operated on me five years ago.

-Oh, yes. Left lung, wasn't it?

-No, the right.

-May I present my daughter, Simone?

-And my daughter, Gabrielle.

A great day.

-Dr. Van der Mal?

-Sister.

I am Sister Margarita,

Mistress of Postulants.

Welcome.

Of course you know Sister William

from the hospital.

Sister William and I

have shared many an anxious hour.

Sister William says Gabrielle

will be a trulygreat nurse.

I know you are largelyresponsible for that.

-I'll miss her in my laboratory.

-We'll put her to good use in ours.

Real spirit, I think.

Well, we call it stubbornness.

You may, too, after a few weeks.

We'll be going in shortly.

-Good afternoon, Doctor.

-Good afternoon, Sister.

I supposeSister Margarita

is what they call a living rule.

What's that?

They say if the holy rule of a convent

were destroyed..

it could be recaptured by studying

the behavior of such a perfect nun.

-Doctor.

-Sister.

The dowry, I think, Father.

Oh, yes, of course.

Thank you, Doctor.

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Goodbye, Father. I'll miss you.

I'll do my best.

I want you to be proud of me.

I don't want to be proud of you.

I want you to be happy.

I am happy.

Gabrielle, your number is 1,072.

Thank you, Sister.

You are blessed to have this number.

It belonged to SisterMarie Polycarpe.

She was a nursingsister in the Congo.

When you have your things, you will

form two columns and face the door.

From now on, your place in line..

is determined by your age

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in this community.

The firstadmitted is the oldest.

That is Yvonne Duval.

Here.

Yvonne Duval. Henrietta de la Croix.

Simone Pascin. Cecile de Planer.

Gabrielle Van der Mal.

Helen de Rode.

Your hands must learn to stay still.

There

And out of sight.

Except when they're needed

for nursing or prayer.

I'm so glad you're here, Sister William.

When you go through that door,

I'm not here.

For the six months

that you're a postulant..

and the year as a novice..

we may not speak to each other

except in matters of work.

I didn't know.

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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 12
Gilbert of Sempringham, St by Edward Cuthbert Butler

GILBERT OF SEMPRINGHAM, ST, founder of the Gilbertines, the only religious order of English origin, was born at Sempringham in Lincolnshire, c. 1083–1089. He was educated in France, and ordained in 1123, being presented by his father to the living of Sempringham. About 1135 he established there a convent for nuns; and to perform the heavy work and cultivate the fields he formed a number of labourers into a society of lay brothersattached to the convent. Similar establishments were foundedelsewhere, and in 1147 Gilbert tried to get them incorporated inthe Cistercian order. Failing in this, he proceeded to formcommunities of priests and clerics to perform the spiritualministrations needed by the nuns. The women lived accordingto the Benedictine rule as interpreted by the Cistercians; themen according to the rule of St Augustine, and were canonsregular. The special constitutions of the order were largelytaken from those of the Premonstratensian canons and of theCistercians. Like Fontevrault (q.v.) it was a double order, thecommunities of men and women living side by side; but, thoughthe property all belonged to the nuns, the superior of the canonswas the head of the whole establishment, and the general superiorwas a canon, called “Master of Sempringham.” The generalchapter was a mixed assembly composed of two canons and twonuns from each house; the nuns had to travel to the chapterin closed carts. The office was celebrated together in the church,a high stone screen separating the two choirs of canons and nuns.The order received papal approbation in 1148. By Gilbert’sdeath (1189) there were nine double monasteries and four ofcanons only, containing about 700 canons and 1000 nuns in all.At the dissolution there were some 25 monasteries, whereof 4ranked among the greater monasteries (see list in F. A. Gasquet’sEnglish Monastic Life). The order never spread beyond England.The habit of the Gilbertines was black, with a white cloak.

See Bollandists’ Acta Sanctorum (4th of Feb.); William Dugdale,Monasticon (1846); Helyot, Hist. des ordres religieux (1714);ii. c. 29. The best modern account is St Gilbert of Sempringham,and the Gilbertines, by Rose Graham (1901). The art. in Dictionaryof National Biography gives abundant information on St Gilbert,but is unsatisfactory on the order, as it might easily convey theimpression that the canons and nuns lived together, whereas theywere most carefully separated; and altogether undue prominence isgiven to a single scandal. Miss Graham declares that the reputationof the order was good until the end. (E. C. B.) 

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