Chronicle of Stanbrook Abbey on the Martyrs of Compiegne, 7/1906
File — Box: 5, Folder: 99
Scope and Contents
A Chronicle of Stanbrook Abbey in which the relationship between the Carmelite Martyrs and the nuns of Stanbrook Abbey is explained: "Our Mothers of Cambrai were fellow prisoners with the Martyrs at Compiegne. From their prison windows they bade them a loving farewell and witnessed their joy as they went to their martyrdom." This chronicle is written at the time of a celebration of a Triduum in thanksgiving for the beatification of the Martyrs. The Abbey has in its possession the garments of the martyrs of Compiegne and a pair of alpargates left in the Carmelites' room. During the Triduum, Authentification of the relics was carried out.
- Majority of material found in 1850-1980
From the Record Group: 3.5 linear feet
Part of the Archives of the Carmelite Monastery of Baltimore Repository