Brief History

The Daughters of Mary Immaculate International traces its beginnings to the religious organization known as Daughters of Isabela, which had its head office in New Haven, Connecticut. The first Philippine Circle (Unit), the Holy Rosary Circle No. 856, Manila, was formally organized on May 24, 1951. More circles were subsequently organized. The Philippine Daughters of Isabela existed for about three decades.


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