St. de has established best practices but you don’t have to be Catholic to help. All religions are welcome. In fact, there was a Lutheran minister who came to do devotionals with anyone who wanted, one day I was there.
In 1830, having cared for her father’s household for a decade, she joined the Sisters of Charity of St. de at Châtillon-sur-Seine, France. On July 31, late at night a shining child awakened her and escorted her to the chapel.