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He migrated to Australia and arrived in Sydney in MacKillop was the eldest of their eight children. Her younger siblings were Margaret "Maggie", —John —Annie —Alexandrina "Lexie", —Donald —Alick who died at 11 months old and Peter — Lexie also became a Josephite.
She received her First Holy Communion on 15 August at the age of nine. In FebruaryAlexander MacKillop left his family behind after having mortgaged the farm and their livelihood and made a trip to Scotland lasting some 17 months.
Throughout his life he was a loving father and husband but never able to make a success of his farm. Most of the time the family had to survive on the small wages the children were able to bring home. This brought her into contact with Fr Woods, who had been the parish priest in the south east since his ordination to the priesthood in after completing his studies at Sevenhill.
Later she taught at the Portland school and after opening her own boarding school, Bay View House Seminary for Young Ladies, now Bayview College, in was joined by the rest of her family.
Founding of school and religious congregation[ edit ] Mary MacKillop museum on Mount Street, North Sydney Fr Woods had been very concerned about the lack of education and particularly Catholic education in South Australia.
After renovations by their brother, the MacKillops started teaching more than 50 children. MacKillop adopted the religious name of Sister Mary of the Cross and she and Lexie began wearing simple religious habits.
By the end often other women had joined the Josephites, who adopted a plain brown religious habit. Due to the colour of their attire and their name, the Josephite sisters became colloquially known as the " Brown Joeys ".
By the end ofmore than 70 members of the Sisters of St Joseph were educating children at 21 schools in Adelaide and the country.
MacKillop and her Josephites were also involved with an orphanage ; neglected children; girls in danger; the aged poor; a reformatory in Johnstown near Kapunda ; and a home for the aged and incurably ill.
Two years later, she was in Port Augusta, South Australia for the same purpose. The Josephite congregation expanded rapidly and, bysisters were working in more than 40 schools and charitable institutions across South Australia and Queensland.
This resulted in bitter factionalism within the clergy and disunity among the lay community. After the founding of the Josephites, Sheil appointed Woods as director general of Catholic education. As well as allegations of financial incompetence, rumours were also spread that MacKillop had a drinking problem.
In fact, it was widely known that she drank alcohol on doctor's orders to relieve the symptoms of dysmenorrheawhich often led to her being bedridden for days at a time.
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