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Corresp: Peter Guilday, and response, 1921, 02/05/1923

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 42
Identifier: GAMMS.9.43.1077

Scope and Contents

Guilday, from Catholic University, has 4 questions; S.Seraphim answers: 1. Bp Carroll states that a young exiled nun wished to associate herself with the nuns and keep up her work of teaching, and mentions that he has gotten permission of Rome to let Carmelites teach; 2 the nuns "did not avail themselves... There was no need for negotiations were even then going on to introduce active Orders....; 3.not until 1832 (sic) that the nuns were forced by the direst poverty. You are not a stranger to us, dear Father, as our Nuns in Chichester have written us of the edification you afforded them during your stay in England.

Dates

  • 02/05/1923

Creator

Extent

From the Record Group: 7 linear feet

Repository Details

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