BRIEF HISTORY OF THE CANOSSIAN MISSIONS
Magdalene of Canossa, was born in Verona on 1st March, of a noble and wealthy family, she was the third of six children
Some mystical experiences which threw light on Madgalene of Canossa's future mission
On March 10, started to gather abandoned girls and those exposed to moral danger in this rented house in Via Filippini
On May 8, the Daughters of Charity entered the House of Saint Joseph and the Institute was established officially
On August 1, the work was begun in this little house in Venice. It is situated in Campo S. Andrea
八月一日開始在威尼斯Campo S. Andrea的服務
The house of Holy Cross in Via Rocchetta at Borgo Palazzo, Count Andrea Camozzi donated it to Magdalene and the community moved there
瑪大肋納開始在Borgo Palazzo的Via Rocchetta發展修會的仁愛工作
On Sep 10, the House of S. Michele alla Chiusa was canonically erected for the Canossian Sisters
九月十日嘉諾撒修女正式在米蘭的S. Michele alla Chiusa展開服務
Tertiaries originated from the ancient Third Orders. It involved as large a number of people as possible in the dynamics of the Canossian charitable action
Pope Leo XII approved the Rules of the Institute of the Daughters of Charity, with the papal decree "Si nobis"
In June 21, the house situated outside Porta Nuova, Trent, was canonically erected for the Canossian Sisters
On May 23, the Canossian Sons of Charity began in Venice
Magdalene's active and fruitful life ended when she was 61 years of age. She died in Verona surrounded by her Daughters on 10th April 1835. It was the Friday of Passion Week.
Sr. Luigia Grassi sent six Sisters for the first Canossian Mission in Hong Kong. On April 12, they arrived in Hong Kong.
The Six Pioneers 六位先鋒修女：Cupis Lucia, Stella Maria, Compagnotti Claudia, Tronconi Rachelle, Testera Giuseppina and Scotti Giovanna
1879 Timor 東帝汶 1889 India 印度 1894 Singapore 新加坡
1905 Malaysia 馬來西亞 1951 Japan 日本 1932 Argentina 阿根廷
1936 Africa 非洲 1948 Brasil 巴西 1949 Australia 澳洲
1954 Philippines 菲律賓 1957 Congo 剛果 1961 America 美洲