In 1818, she left France with four other nuns and went to America. Their purpose was to create schools, orphanages, and do what ever they can to help others.
Rose was canonized by Pope John Paul II.
She founded the first free school for girls in America.
The Native Americans called her "Woman-Who-Prays-Always".
St. Rose had to persevere through many barriers in life like persecution and people who did not want her to spread her good works to America.