Andre Randon Obituary, Death – Sister Andre Randon, a French Catholic nun who passed away on Wednesday at the age of 118 and held the record for being the oldest person to ever live, held the record for being the oldest person to ever live. Sister Andre Randon held the record for being the oldest person to ever live. Sister Andre Randon previously held the title of oldest person to have ever lived.
On April 19, 2022, Kane Tanaka of Japan, who had been the oldest person in the world up until that point, passed away at the age of 119, making way for Randon of Japan to take his place as the new oldest person in the world. These findings were compiled by the Gerontology Research Group, which is where we obtained this information. This information was disseminated to the audience of the Catholic News Agency, which was informed of it and given it (CNA).
She was given the name Lucile Randon when she was born on February 11, 1904 in the city of Alés, which is located in the nation of France. Her birth took place in the country of France. It is said that after spending her childhood as a devout Christian, she converted to Catholicism at the age of 19, despite having previously been a Protestant Christian. This occurred despite the fact that she had previously practiced Protestant Christianity.
It is said that Sister Andre spent her entire life working at a hospital in France. It is also said that she cared for elderly patients as well as younger patients up until the age of forty, at which point she entered a convent to spend the rest of her life. During this time, she provided medical attention to patients ranging in age from newborns to senior citizens.
In 1944, she came to the conclusion that she wanted to join the Daughters of Charity, which was a group that had been founded by Saint Vincent de Paul. She joined a group that was called Daughters of Charity and it was one of the charitable organizations. She was given the name Sister Andre to honor the memory of her brother, who had passed away before she arrived at that location, and the name was given to her in memory of her brother.
In 2019, on the occasion of the nun Sister’s 115th birthday, Pope Francis sent her a card and a rosary that had been blessed in honor of the event. The rosary was also a gift from the Vatican. She will continue to pray with this rosary until the very second that she is unable to take another breath in this world. She will never stop praying with it.