Celebrating Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne, a pioneer missionary of the Society of the Sacred Heart, who came to St. Charles, Missouri, from France and founded the first free school west of the Mississippi in September 1818.

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View our gallery of Philippine Duchesne imagery. Click an image to view a larger version.

St. Rose Philippine Duchesne, Stained Glass, Most Sacred Heart Church (Eureka, Mo.)
Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne, by William J. Schickel, acrylic on canvas, 1974
Triptych of Blessed Philippine at the Old St. Ferdinand Shrine, Florissant, Missouri
St. Rose Philippine Duchesne icon by Milton Frenzel (Villa Duchesne in St. Louis, Mo.)
St. Rose Philippine Duchesne drawing by a student, Madeleine Kyhl, class of 2013 Sacred Heart Schools (Sheridan Road)
St. Rose Philippine Duchesne mosaic by Hildreth Meiere, Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis
Portrait of Rose Philippine Duchesne, Anonymous, from St. Michaels, Louisiana
St. Rose Philippine Duchesne mosaic by Hildreth Meiere, Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis
Philippine with Indians
Communion of Saints, Tapestry, by John Nava, the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles
Mission to New World Icon by Patricia Reid, RSCJ
St. Rose Philippine Duchesne, Stained Glass, St. Paul Cathedral, Minn.
St. Rose Philippine Duchesne mural (La Colline School in Haiti)
St. Rose Philippine Duchesne, Oil on Panel, by Margaret Mary Nealis, RSCJ
Rose Philippine Duchesne by Hugo von Bouvard