Mary Ward (1585 - 1645)

Foundress of the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary


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Sister A. Nirmala

This year is indeed a year of special grace for the family of Loreto as we celebrate the joyful occasion of 175 years of our presence in India. Adding to the joy is the canonization of our beloved Mother Teresa, to be celebrated on 4th September in this Jubilee Year of Mercy...

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Nikita Mohta

12 years ago, when I walked into this school, who would have such a privilege would be bestowed upon me and I would have the honour to serve as the Head Girl. It is said that only when we fall do we learn how to rise but what defines a Loreto girl is the spirit with which she rises after falling....

Vice - Principal’s Message

Mrs. Gouri Basu

With a feeling of immense delight and pride, we warmly welcome everyone to the Loreto House website. Our founder Mary Ward had a dream - a dream in which she saw generations of young women achieving excellence within the walls of our great institution....


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About School Loreto in India owes its origin to a visit by Dr Bakhaus to Loreto Abbey, Rathfarnham, Ireland, in 1840 to request Mother Teresa Ball to send sisters to set up a school for Catholic children in Calcutta. In response to this, Mother Teresa Ball sent 7 Loreto Sisters and 5 Postulates, all in their twenties, under the leadership of Delphine Hart to India, with the belief that they would probably never see their homeland again. These pioneers were Mother Delphine Hart, Mother Teresa Mons, Mother Martina McCann, Sisters Alexia Egan, Benigna Egan, Veronica Fox, Gabriel Doyle, Miss Isabella Hart (M.Delphine's sister), a Miss McDonough(later named as Sister Xaveria), along with two other postulants, Miss Shanley and Miss Fitzpatrick. Sailing on a ship named The Scotia, this group of pioneers left Dublin on September 1,1841 from Ireland and landed at Babughat, Kolkata on December 29,1841. They were the first congregation to come to North India. Arrangements were made for a formal welcome and religious ceremony at the Cathedral on Portuguese Church Street. A great civic reception was held the next day, where they were welcomed by the Ladies of the Nun Committee, a large gathering of the people of Calcutta and Bishop Carew, and thereafter they were installed at the house in Middleton Row....

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