Father Raimundo, who played a significant role in the Congregation's history, was born in Lisbon.
Maria Clara, the eventual foundress, was born in Amadora, Portugal.
Maria Clara's baptism took place in the Church of Nossa Senhora do Amparo de Benfica.
Maria Clara was sent to the Novitiate of Calais, France, due to the unavailability of religious profession in Portugal at the time.
Maria Clara made her religious vows of Obedience, Poverty, and Chastity.
She returned to Lisbon as a Local Superior and brought the possibility of establishing a Novitiate in St. Patrick's, affiliated with Calais.
She was officially presented as the Superior of the Capuchin Sisters of St. Patrick.
The Congregation received official approval from the Civil Governor of Lisbon.
Maria Clara requested the Holy See for pontifical approval of the Congregation.
The Holy See granted a favorable response to the request, establishing the Congregation as independent of Calais.
Maria Clara officially became the Foundress and the first Superior General of the Congregation.
Father Raimundo, passes away.
The Congregation's Mother House was moved to the Convent of the Trinas of Mocambo.
The first General Chapter was convened for the election of the General Council.
The Congregation was consecrated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus in a solemn ceremony.
The Congregation sent its first missionary Sisters to Africa.
More Sisters were sent overseas, this time to India.
Sisters were sent to Guinea and Cabo Verde to care for the sick in hospitals and teach.
Sister Maria Clara was recognized as the perpetual Superior General of the Congregation.
Her last written document and spiritual testament was a letter to the Congregation.
Sister Maria Clara passed away after years of suffering.
Her funeral was attended by many, and she was buried in the Prazeres Cemetery in Lisbon, where she rested incorrupt for 55 years.
Her remains were transferred to the church of the Convent of Santo António in Caminha.
Information about the Canonization Process was requested but faced difficulties due to it being a historical cause.
Her remains were moved to the Crypt of the new Chapel of the Motherhouse in Lisbon.
A proposal was made for the instruction of the Canonization Process of the Founders.
The diocesan phase of Sister Maria Clara's Canonization Process was opened.
The diocesan phase of the Canonization Process was concluded.
The 1st centenary of Sister Maria Clara's passing was commemorated.
The 125th anniversary of the death of Father Raimundo dos Anjos Beirão was celebrated.
Pope Benedict XVI authorized the publication of the Decree declaring Maria Clara Venerable.
A miracle attributed to Maria Clara's intercession was officially recognized.
The Decree approving the miracle was promulgated, paving the way for Maria Clara's beatification.
Sister Maria Clara was beatified in Lisbon, Portugal, during a solemn ceremony.
The 175th anniversary of Sister Maria Clara's birth was celebrated.