BRUNCK, MARY MAGDALEN, JARO
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
In behalf of Archbishop Curley, Msgr Nelligan tells Mother Mary Magdalen that the bishop believes "it would not be advisable to relinquish your position as Prioress..." and join the Philippines mission.
First letter sent by S John Wise. "I have what I have wanted for a long time." Says welcome was beatiful; most of the baggage arrived; spent two weeks in Manila; quotes poem Mother Mary Magdalen last wrote to her: "He knows, He loves, He cares, Nothing this truth can dim; He gives His very best to those who leave the choice to Him."
In first, Sister John relates that hardships have begun but they intend to persevere. "We're not coming home." Asks the to continue to draw Holy Cross billets and to remain in Apostleship of Prayer. They have heard from Hong Kong; in need of veils, breviaries. In second, John writes of S. Aloysius' back problems; beds are rattan. Teeth problems and rash. Speaks of Mother Mary Magdalen's coming; begins plans for it.
Telegrams, first from Fr Masterson re sailing data; others from Aloysius and John. Final: "Jaro at last Exclamation Loving Prayerful Union." Signed Mother Mary.