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Daughters of Charity chapel
Title : Daughters of Charity chapel Daughters of Charity chapel
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Creator : Loren, Marisa G.
Source : Loren, Marisa G., PRG 1270/2 vol. 1, p.21, no. 1
Date of creation : 2000
Format : Photograph
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Description :
The Daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul came to Adelaide in 1954, establishing a convent in Hutt Street. The former house in front of the convent was converted to a small church under the architect Ernest Keal. The Daughters of Charity, with a large band of volunteers, provide meals daily for up to 120 homeless men, as well as health care and other services. Members of the Latvian community in Adelaide also hold services in the church.
Related names :

Keal, Ernest Alfred

Church of Mary Immaculate (Adelaide, S. Aust.)

Daughters of Charity (Adelaide, S. Aust.)

Coverage year : 2000
Place : Hutt Street (Adelaide, S. Aust.); Adelaide (S. Aust.)
Further reading :
Hutt Street Centre. Annual report, Adelaide: Daughters of Charity, 1989-
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