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1951 – The Mount Fire

This picture recalls the early hours of January 31, 1951. On the coldest night in Halifax, Mount Saint Vincent Motherhouse burnt to the ground. Sisters, novices, postulants and students watched the blazing fire destroy [...]



1945 – Magazine Explosion

On the night of July 18th, a series of explosions sparked from a barge fire spread to the Canadian Ammunition Depot across the Bedford Basin from Mount Saint Vincent.


1927 – Immaculata Hospital, Westlock, AB

On May 22, 1927, a telegram from Reverent Mother General was received by Sister Elizabeth Seton, Superior of the Halifax Infirmary, calling her and Sister Marion Francis to Edmonton to start a hospital in [...]


God is always near those who labor for his glory
… we have nothing to fear.

Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton

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