amp;#8220;With the heritage of its founders, the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth, and its tradition of Catholic social teaching, the Institute, not unlike Duquesne University, serves God by serving others.
What does SHF stand for?
SHF stands for Sisters of the Holy Family (religious order)
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We have 74 other meanings of SHF in our Acronym Attic
- Shareholders Fund
- Shawn Hornbeck Foundation (Missouri)
- Shifts (Hockey)
- Shining Force (game)
- Ship's History File
- Siberian Husky France (dog club; France)
- Simian Hemorrhagic Fever
- Singapore Heart Foundation
- Single Hedge Fund
- Single Hispanic Female
- Sociedad Hipotecaria Federal (México, low income mortgage program, formerly FOVI)
- Société de l'Histoire de France (Society for French History)
- Société Herpétologique de France
- Société Hippique Française (French: French Equine Society; Paris, France; est. 1865)
- Société Honoraire de Français (French Honor Society)
- Southampton Heritage Federation (UK)
- Southern Housing Foundation
- specific health function
- Stainless Hose Fittings
- State Highway Fund (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
While the owners, the Sisters of the Holy Family of Bordeaux,insist the parents cannot buy the current school, they also maintain they have not made any plans for the future of the site.
Since 1957, the property was used as a training ground for the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth and then as a monastery for Greek Orthodox monks.
1842: SISTERS OF THE HOLY FAMILY Founded by Henriette Delille and Juliette Gaudin in New Orleans, the Sisters of the Holy Family become the second religious order for black women.
95, ISBN 0-253-33630-9 Sister Mary Bernard Deggs wrote this historical account of the Sisters of the Holy Family, a religious order of nuns during the nineteenth century.