The Italian Maria Bernardetta of the Immaculate entered the Congregation of the Poor Sisters of St. Joseph at the age of 17. She spent most of her life in Argentina. In 2001, at the end of her days, already in Rome, she received the visitation and anointing of the sick from the hands of the then Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio.
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