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Annals: 1964-1973

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 7
Identifier: GAMMS.3.16.753

Scope and Contents

1964: Thomas Kilduff, renewal exercises; 1964; new liturgy; Midnight Mass in English; 1965, English Grace books; 2/1965, St.Louis Meetings; 54 of 64 Carmels attend; ours: open-minded yet rightly conservative; 1965, Sheehan made Cardinal; 3/1965, W. Ciczek, annual retreat; 23 yrs a prisoners; never resorted to the machine gun treatment of human foibles and feminine frailties; 6/65, MM Magdalen and Prioress, to St. Louis; "The day is probably coming when there will be no more lay sisters and the community will take turns preparing meals." Paul VI, UN speech, 10/1965; 1966, chapel preparation for renewal; 1966, psychological institutute; 1967, lay sisters in ranks; black veil;communion in hand; 3/25/1967: Cardinal's permission to remove inner grate; 6/5/67 first concelebrated mass; and received from chalice; 1967: Teresa and Catherine: doctors of church; 1968; first shakeup of Roman Curia; 1968: TV first installed in rec room; RM will not use it for pleasure; 1968; permission to vote; 1968; Carberry to head commission on contemplative nuns; 1969; new canon used; inquiring re federation; request to do away with grate; but; but wooden partition must remain; name changes; Monroe meeting for association of contemplative Sisters; 1970, federation meeting, Bon Secours; 1970, Teresa officially Doctor; 1971, Sister Mary Eileen, begins visits to Jessup prison; 1972, Brother Oswald died; 1973, visit of Barbara Milkowski, City Council rep for district #2...


  • 1674-1990
  • Majority of material found in 1800-1990


From the Record Group: 9.5 linear feet

Repository Details

Part of the Archives of the Carmelite Monastery of Baltimore Repository

1318 Dulaney Valley Road
Baltimore MD 21286 USA