So, don Vincenzo Morinello, panic-stricken by the response of His Excellency the bishop of Agrigento, started to intensify the prayer and told the bishop’s response to the “Charity’s Ladies” of Licata.
They replied: “Why can’t we be the nuns? Yes, we want to become nuns and carry on this work! It’s true! We don’t know exactly who the nuns are and what they do, but you will teach us!”
“It’s a miracle! How brave they are!” Thought don Morinello.
Thus, on March 19, 1927, 11 young women wore the religious dress. So born the “Congregation of Sisters of the Poors of St. Vincent de Paul”.
In 1929, after two years of novitiate, that young women offered their lives to God through the vows of chastity, poverty and obedience.