Tuesday, 5 February 2019

Euphrasie Barbier was a very great women

Adele Euphrasie Barbier also known as Euphrasie Barbier was a NZ roman Catholic nun, educator and religious founder. Born in Caen, France on 4 January 1829, She worked in a laundry when she was 13 and unlocked her own laundry at home when she was 17.

She was a caring and loyal person, who helped people from around the world and she supported people. Euphrasier respected all people and was passionate and agreeable. Sadly she died in 1932.

We can use Euphasier Babier's qualities today by building a better community. Picking up rubbish even if its not yours and having more rubbish bins available so our communities can be cleaner. Fundraising to building shelters for the poor.  And finally, going to church to pray for all those who need help and support.

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