Tuesday, 5 February 2019

Euphrasie Barbier

Euphrasie Barbier

Euphrasie Barbier was a founder of the Mission Sisters and was a New Zealand Roman Catholic Nun and teacher. She was born on 4th January 1829, in Caen France.  
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Euphrasie Barbier worked at a laundry and soon opened her own laundry when she was 17. She was the eldest of five children, 4 girls and 1 boy. Euphrasie Barbier was a kind, and generous person who was faithful to God and her community. She confidently taught both woman and children who lived in poor countries. Euphrasie love and kindness, sent her all over the world to help marginalised people. She died in England on 18 January 1893 leaving behind schools she had opened and communities she had supported.

To be Like Euphrasie Barbier I could teach little kids about God, also I could visit other schools and teach them about religious education so they can connect to God

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