Diaconesses_3 Simon Contreras
Diaconesses_2 Simon Contreras
Diaconesses_1 Simon Contreras

Community of the Deaconesses of Saint-Loup

The Deaconesses’ institution was founded in 1842 in Echallens, by pastor Louis Germond. The Deaconnesses live as a community, dedicate themselves to praying and take care of the sick, all activities for which they received a special training.

In 1852, pastor Germond along with his family and sisters settle in the valley of St-Loup where Dr. Adolphe Butini de la Rive provides them with the SPA Hôtel he bought for them.The Hotel then becomes a hospice, and host to the sick, the Deaconesses and the pastors family. Patients flock and the Deaconesses become more and and more numerous, making the institution grow.

Source: notrehistoire.ch

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