The Catholic order of the Augustinian Sisters has a centuries-old tradition of service, particularly in the field of healthcare. For nearly 400 years, they have chosen to live in the Monastre, while still serving to minister to the sick. Moreover, they dedicate themselves to train themselves for advanced research and treatment. In recent years, the Sisters have begun to reach out to the average person - they have refurbished the "cells" used by traditional sisters, creating accommodations for visitors seeking an oasis of peace to seek an experience of the spirit. In addition, the sisters have created a museum to provide public access to their collection of more than 40,000 objects relating to early Christianity.
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