DICKINSON, CLARE JOSEPH
Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
Article: 186 years of Carmelite history: Sisters organizing books, artifacts from The Catholic Review, 10/22/1976, on the rare books and archives of the Baltimore Carmel.
A copy of an article in United States Catholic Historical Magazine, May, Vol 3, Page 65, entitled "History of the Establishment of the Carmelites in Maryland", sent by Bishop Corrigan. The copy includes a note from Bishop Fenwick regarding the article.
Article: The Bishop's Invitation by Barbara McBriarty about the founding of Carmel in America. The article is in The Banner, Vol. 21, No. 7, dated March, 1954, published by the Congregation of the Resurrection, Chicago, IL.
An article from the United States Catholic Magazine entitled "The Carmelites in America", published in Vol. 8, No. 2, and in Vol.8, No. 3.
Article in The Catholic Review, dated Sept 8, 1961, entitled The Carmelites: Port Tobacco to Dulaney Valley. Includes pictures of the old monastery (Port Tobacco) and the new monastery (Dulaney Valley).
Two articles from The Catholic Review, 04/18/1958, entitled: Carmelites Buy Dulaney Estate and History of the Maryland Carmelites.
Rents on Neale (Edwin) estate, on granary.
Transactions involving crop tobacco; witnesses Ann Matthews, Frances Dickinson.
A history of the "Life of Our Mother Foundress, Reverend Mother Clare Joseph of the Sacred Heart" including notes. Typescript, 50 pages; 17 pages of letters reproduced from Port Tobacco period.
Two brief lists of items brought by founding party aboard the Brothers.
A xerox of section from notebook of data copied from Antwerp (Lanherne) records, see Low Coutries, History, Collection 2. It gives reason for choice of Clare Joseph over Teresa Cowdrey.
Laurence Kelly Research: An autographed booklet entitled: A Carmelite Shrine in Maryland, written by Laurence J. Kelly, SJ, in 1950; subtitled: The Carmelites Come To America.
Laurence Kelly Research: A Carmelite Shrine in America by Rev. Laurence J. Kelly, SJ, published in 1957. This booklet includes a history of the restoration and dedication of the monastery buildings at Port Tobacco. An insert, Mount Carmel In America, Thirtieth Year of Restoration, is included which notes Laurence Kelly's death on Oct 15, 1955.
Laurence Kelly Research: A Southern Maryland Shrine, a booklet published in 1940, the year the Carmelite Nuns celebrated "the sesquicentennial of the introduction of their Order into this country."
Laurence Kelly Research: Correspondence from Mother Seraphim to Rev. Kelly dated April 15, 1935 and May 10,1935, and including an extract from a letter to Emily E. Weems from the Baltimore Carmel, May 15,1935. The correspondence comments on the restoration efforts, mentions "The Pious Guide" which Mother Clare Joseph compiled, and states, "there is not the slightest intention of our Community returning to Port Tobacco.... It is for pious seculars."
Laurence Kelly Research: an except from the Woodstock Letters, Vol. 60, 1931, p. 355, on The History of Mount Carmel, Port Tobacco.
Laurence Kelly Research: Mother Seraphim's notes on "The Foundress of Carmel in America," including chronologies for Mother Clare Joseph and Mother Mary Margaret Brent. This manuscript gives three reasons why "Mother Clare Joseph is considered the principle Foundress of the Carmelite Nuns in the United States."
Community news: death of memmbers; answers to questions posed; information on American foundation copied, concerning Mr. De Villegas d'Estainbourg amd foundation, on prioresses; repeats that records of CJ's lost; reports that devotion to "Our Lady's Bondage" has "so entirely died out" and this may be so because it was not approved by church; Reverend Mother's operation, use of chloroform; cause of her illness, poisoning through repairing.
Author speaks of concern over health of Reverend Mother in America; reminds recipient that she is first professed in new house (bears her name) and speaks of her own very poor health. She praises the ingenuity and cleverness of American Sisters who honor CJ's jubilee.
Amount paid by Frances Dickinson, in 1817; $1200 to be paid later and half yearly interest. Entered in between Basil Elder and W. Merrick.
Transfer of rent income from Rebecca Mudd, 1808; legacy, from Mary Ann Johnson, 1815; estate, Olivia Neale, 1821. Signatures, Ann Teresa Matthews, Francis Dickinson, Charles Neale.
Re legacy, receipt of money from Sister Ambrosia Harrison's father for her pension after his death.
Concerns sympathy over death of Clare Joseph; and gratitude that the lawsuit has been resolved.
Concerning agony and death of Mother Clare Joseph, who had "no better death than agonizing with CHrist." Yet suggests that ..."Even when he took Elias, Carmel did not sink lower."