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Origin and Roots

The Congregation of the Sisters of St. John the Baptist was founded by the Servant of God,  Bl. Alfonso Ma. Fusco,   in Angri (Salerno),  Italy on September 26, 1878.  It was officially recognized by the Apostolic See in 1932.  The Congregation was founded in response to the challenges and needs during the founder’s time --  the care of the orphaned youth and children who were poor, abandoned, marginalized and at risk.

The primary purpose of the foundation was to offer these poor children and youth the possibility of inserting themselves within the society with adequate moral, intellectual and professional formation.  In order to ensure the  continuity of their apostolic works through evangelization, education and human promotion,  the Founder also put emphasis on the ongoing and professional preparation of the Sisters


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