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LIERRE

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Community Life: Poetry, Clothing, Feastday, Lierre, 1788, 1/1/1788-1/1/1788

 File — Box 1: Series Series 1, Folder: 30
Identifier: GAMMS.1.1.30
Scope and Contents

Two poems, in same hand, one "A Speech made for Miss Marshals Clothing at Lear" 12/08/1788; and "A Spiritual Song of the Sacred Heart."

Dates: 1/1/1788-1/1/1788

Darlington: Corresp, 1831-1859, 6/26/1831-3/11/1859

 File — Box 3: Series Series 3, Folder: 47
Identifier: GAMMS.1.3.120
Scope and Contents Speaks of news of new house, Baltimore; addressed to Mrs. Mudd: "happy to hear you have bought a house...any prospects for sale of present house?" Expresses sorrow they have to keep school, advises they talk to Visitation nuns on how they do it; and talk about pensioners in the monastery at Lierre; 9/4/1833, sure S.Clare Joseph would have been delighted to see you free "from the Farm." Discuss rules concerning an "out Sister" whom intend to take on at that time; are glad they are...
Dates: 6/26/1831-3/11/1859

History: Antwerp/Hoogstraet, Lists, biographies of Superiors,1776, 1/1/1776

 File — Box 2: Series Series 1; Series Series 2; Series Series 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: GAMMS.1.2.61
Scope and Contents

Lists the superiors at Antwerp and Hoogstraet, plus names of Sisters who established Lierre. Written in the hand of Mother Mary Margaret Brent, the last notation concerning the twenty-first superior at Antwerp, is in hand of Mother Clare Joseph. (See also Currier, Carmel in America, p.357.

Dates: 1/1/1776

Lanherne: Corresp, Cowdrey, 8/7/1795-10/27/1800, 8/7/1795-10/27/1800

 File — Box 2: Series Series 1; Series Series 2; Series Series 3, Folder: 8
Identifier: GAMMS.1.3.81
Scope and Contents Teresa Cowdrey's first letter from Cornwall (8/7) expresses gratitude for good religious climate for both men and women religious, despite "spirit of the French"; she expects convents to be permanently established. Located 257 miles from London, at seat of Lord Arrundell (sic). Given to them, he has had many workmen repair house. Changes in confessors; death of Teresa Maria. Ms. de Villegas sent 1000 pounds for American Carmel. Influenza; 3/17/1795: election; they wear the habit and ring...
Dates: 8/7/1795-10/27/1800

Lanherne: History, Account of "Austin" nuns, 1794, 1/1/1794

 File — Box 2: Series Series 1; Series Series 2; Series Series 3, Folder: 3
Identifier: GAMMS.1.3.76
Scope and Contents An account of the journey from Bruges to England taken by the "Austin" (Augustinian) nuns in the year 1794. Tells of setting out for Rotterdam in June; privations and difficulties aboard ship. Accompanying them, one nun from Lierre, one monk from LaTrappe. Desperate, difficult trip; fired on at Thames. Dispersed to different families; all well treated. First reaction of country people, fear that they were French, in disguise. They didn't put on their habits until the Easter after they...
Dates: 1/1/1794

Notes: Brief Notes about Mount Carmel in MD, by Mo. Seraphim, nd

 File — Box 6: Series Series 4, Folder: 6
Identifier: GAMMS.3.28.872
Scope and Contents

Brief Notes about Mount Carmel in Maryland by Mother Seraphim which includes: Dates from Carmel in America by Charles Warren Currier, Discalced Carmelite Nuns in the United States (list of the foundations), Answers to questions concerning the first Carmel in Maryland, a letter to Father Kelly from Mother Seraphim, a Memorandum on Charles Neale, the convent on Aisquith St., and the Carmels in England.

Dates: 1674-1990; Majority of material found in 1800-1990

Notes: History of Carmel, by S. Mary Joseph Daly, ca 1944

 File — Box 6: Series Series 4, Folder: 10
Identifier: GAMMS.3.28.981
Scope and Contents

Notes on the history of Carmel written by Sister Mary Joseph Daly including: notes on the foundresses, development of Carmel in America, Carmel in England, death notices from England and America, information on The Pious Guide, and extracts from correspondence. Handwritten manuscript on scrap papers.

Dates: 1674-1990; Majority of material found in 1800-1990

Spiritual Direction: Advice of E.B.Newton, S.J. 1762-1773, 11/28/1762-6/13/1773

 File — Box 2: Series Series 1; Series Series 2; Series Series 3, Folder: 48
Identifier: GAMMS.1.1.48
Scope and Contents

A series of brief papers and letters discussing spiritual themes, such as perfection and the consequence of pride, written and signed by E.B. Newton, S.J., who was confessor at Lierre. Some quotes: abjure silks; apply yourself to prayer with "inflamed sentiments"; study well..."not painfull" but "employ the heart"; the best prayer is exercising ourselves in loving God.

Dates: 11/28/1762-6/13/1773