Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools

Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools
A society of male religious approved by the Church, but not taking Holy orders, and having for its object the personal sanctification of its members and the Christian education of youth, especially of the children of artisans and the poor

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