18 March 1886: Born/Née Liège, Belgium
1901: Ecole normale primaire, Liège
1907: Founded/Crée le Syndicat de la l'Aiguille (Needleworkers Union)
1907: Founded/Crée les Ligues ouvrières féminines chrétiennes (LOFC)/ Leagues of Women Christian Workers
1909: Begins to launch study circles for the Catholic Church with the support of Cardinal Mercier. Study circles at Brussels, Laeken, Mons, Nivelles, Andenne, Huy and elsewhere.
1912: Publishes La Femme belge documenting the above work
1912: Launches the Secrétariat Général des Unions Professionnelles Féminines Chrétiennes de Belgiquewith Maria Baers.
1914: Vice-president of the Confédération des Syndicats Chrétiens (CSC) -(Confederation of Christian Trade Uniions)
1919: She was excluded from the leadership of the CSC
1919: Takes part in International Women Workers Conference, Washington DC
1919: Takes part in first International Labour Conference
1919: International Council of Women
1920: Adviser to Minister of Industry, Labor and Supply
1920: Launches the Ecole Normale Sociale
Died/Morte: 29 October 1927