Saint Vincentia Maria López y Vicuña
Born 24 March, 1847, Cascante, Spain
Died 26 December, 1896, Madrid, Spain
Venerated in Roman Catholic Church
Beatified 19 February, 1950 by Pope Pius XII
Canonized 25 May, 1975 by Pope Paul VI
Feast December 26
Saint Vincentia Maria López y Vicuña was the Spanish foundress of Daughters of Mary Immaculate for Domestic Service, a religious congregation dedicated to the ministering to working girls. The congregation received papal approval from Pope Leo XIII in 1888.[1]


  1. Patron Saints Index
ca:Vicenta María López y Vicuña

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