SERAPHIM BYRNES, CORRESPONDENCE
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
A letter from Sister Aloysius re: the visit of Father General.
A letter from Rev Frances A. McGinley to Mother Seraphim Byrnes concerning the possibility of beginning a foundation in the Diocese of Scranton, at Wilkes-Barre.
A series of letters from Isabelle Hagerty to Mother Seraphim Byrnes re: her dreams of restoring Mount Carmel.
A letter from Isabelle Hagerty to Mother Seraphim re: Fr Farley and her dreams for Mount Carmel.
A letter from Rev. J. Brosnan to Mother Seraphim re: photos made from painting of Mo Clare Joseph and photos of Port Tobacco property.
Two letters from John Farley, SJ, to Mother Seraphim Byrnes re: "first plans" for restoring old Mount Carmel.
A letter from Mary Kolb to Mother Seraphim re: new director, Laurence Kelly, SJ, and the architect, Philip Frohman.
A letter from Bishop Owen Corrigan to Mother Seraphim Byrnes re: establishment of Carmel in the parish of Mrs. Morton (St Gregory, Baker St, Baltimore.) Includes correspondence from Paul R. Conniff, SJ.
A copy of a letter from Mother Seraphim to Mary (Kolb?) re: the possibility of Baltimore Carmel's return to Port Tobacco.
Copies of two letters from Mother Seraphim Byrnes: Oct 12, 1933 to John Farley, SJ, and Dec 12, 1933 to Isabelle Hagerty. The letters give a brief history of Mt. Carmel and an old list of receipts.
A copy of Mother Seraphim's accepting of the invitation of Patrick Cardinal Hayes to found a Carmel in New York, from the Archives of the Archdiocese of New York.
Two letters re: election of M. Seraphim, solemn vows obtained at time of enclosure; can be obtained through ordinary's application, discusses how solemn enclosure could be gained.
Three letters re: Statues of out-sisters, original rescript from Rome relating to vows of Balt Carmel cannot be found, archives were put in order before "we left for Boston", all permissions put in Book of Permissions, repository permissions for Phil, Boston, Santa Clara, Wheeling.
Two letters re: stations in cells, penances; buildings and regulation of customs in refectory.
Three letters: the third dated 2/7/1923 includes a note from Sister Ignatius of Jesus and Mary re: sending a lay sister to Baltimore if one applies.
Concerning regulation of Definitor General, Gregory, re: openning and closing doors of respository by prioress. Includes a copy of regulation by Gregory in French.
A thank you re: elections, re: Louisville, Sr. Elias.
Re: The Society of Christ the King, a new congregation founded by Sr. Teresa (of Philadephia) in Greenville, SC.
Alice writes to "my own dear, sweet sister."
Re: Book of Carmel they will publish; foundation to be at Carmel-By-The-Sea.
Includes many pictures.
Asks for details of the foundress, Mother Gabriel.
- AUTOGRAPHED LETTER 18
- CARMEL, PHILADELPHIA, CORRESPONDENCE 7
- RESTORERS OF MT CARMEL IN MARYLAND 6
- CARMEL, SANTA CLARA 2
- MANUSCRIPT 2
- CARMEL, BALTIMORE 1
- CARMEL, BOSTON, CORRESPONDENCE 1
- CARMEL, NEW YORK-BEACON 1
- CARMEL, SEATTLE 1
- CARMEL, ST LOUIS, CORRESPONDENCE 1
- FOUNDATION, CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA 1
- FOUNDATION, PROPOSED, ST GREGORY, BALTIMORE 1
- FOUNDATION, PROPOSED, WILKES-BARRE 1
- FOUNDATIONS, NEW YORK 1
- SOCIETY OF CHRIST THE KING, FOUNDED BY SR. TERESA, PHILADELPHIA CARMEL 1 + ∧ less