Since the arrival of the first six Irish-born nuns in Coonamble in central west New South Wales in 1883, generations of Brigidine Sisters have set up schools and other ministries in Australia and New Zealand, and dealt with educational, social and religious challenges. Janice Garaty reveals the story of the Brigidines in the New South Wales Province in this evocative history.
Subjects: History, Religion
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