coadjutrix


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Gemma Galgani was refused entry into convent life because of her poor health; Josefa Menendez was delayed many times before gaining permission to become a coadjutrix sister.
For example, the Constitutions of the Sacred Heart sisters try to minimize the conflict by stating that the choir sisters should regard the "lowly and obscure duties" of coadjutrix sisters "with a secret appreciation and a certain kind of envy, and be always disposed to render them every service in their power as far as obedience enjoins or permits.