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Mary Mackillop

Werner Padarin

Canberra, Australia

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Statue of Mary of the Cross Mackillop (1842-1909) with two children from the Australian outback by Judith Rolevink, 2009 stands beside St Francis Xavier Cathedral, Adelaide (State capital of) South Australia, Australia
Mary Mackillop was canonised on 17 October 2010 as Australia’s first saint. She was born in Melbourne (Victoria, Australia) in 1842 to poor Scottish immigrants and spent her life educating the poor in Australia’s harsh outback. She had established her first school in a disused stable and founded an order of nuns at the age of 24. In 1871 she was excommunicated on the grounds of insubordination, but was welcomed back to the Roman Church a short period later. By the time of her death, she led 750 nuns, ran 117 schools and had opened orphanages and refuges for the needy. More information

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Featured in Public Art (19 June 2010)
Featured in Your Country’s Best (17 February 2016)
Featured in This & That (29 March 2016)
Top 10 in Religious Art and Photography “June Avatar” (May 2010)
Top 10 (3rd) in Christian Churches, Statues and Crosses “Saintly Statuary” (16 July 2010)
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