She also attempted to relieve pauperism by the foundation of orphanages and almshouses.
Look at our hospitals, they say; look at our orphanages, look at our almshouses, look at our soup-kitchens.
Their most beautiful and most successful works are the orphanages which they maintain.
She–oh, there are plenty of Homes and Orphanages where they will give her shelter.
They have schools and churches and orphanages in every part of the country.
They knew what Jasmin had done to found schools, orphanages, and creches.
Some have come out of orphanages well equipped for the highest work by character and attainments.
Maybe if we went around to all the orphanages and hospitals and free kindergartens we could find some trace of her.
All twenty convents were closed, as were fifteen orphanages, sixteen church schools, and ten charitable institutions.
The whole hope of the mission was in these orphanages, for nothing could be expected from the adult population.