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Eileen : the life of Eileen O'Connor, foundress of Our Lady's…
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Despite physical disability and constant pain, Eileen O'Connor was feisty and outgoing: a magnetic person whose brief life was remarkably fruitful. Eileen was undeterred by opposition from several high ranking churchmen and she inspired courageous followers to commit their lives to serving the sick poor in their homes. This innovative work is part of the social fabric of Australian history of the early 1900's and ranks Eileen alongside such as Caroline Chisholm and Mary MacKillop.
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