“The Sisters came to Helena, Montana in 1869 at the invitation of Jesuit priests who saw a dire need for feminine influence in the rough-and-tumble gold camp. Their mission was threefold– to teach youth, care for orphans, and minister to the sick– and it fit in with the real needs of the frontier community.”

The Montana Women’s History website

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