Found in 608 Collections and/or Records:
Notice that the Father General has arrived from Rome and will visit all Carmels.
Concerns Blessed Sacrament; how they have repository in choir; that Reverend Mother can open and turn toward members. Glass only separates. Problem arises because there should only be one; therefore, they don't want to bring the matter up. Book on Venerable Anne will be sent.
Concerning death of member, their contract with Port Tobacco; a fragment, in hand of M. Errington.
A Christmas letter from the Carmelites of Trois-Rivieres.
A letter from Jean Marie re: renewal, a workshop with S. Innocentia, mentions federation.
Assorted correspondence from Cleveland Carmel.
A letter from Mother Marie mentioning the opening of the Vatican Council, Mother Patricia's jubilee, Sister Mary's death, and the dedication booklet prepared by Baltimore.
Letters include discussion of renewal, meetings, federation, etc.
Assorted correspondence re: renewal, meetings, Christmas cards. Mostly from Sister Margaret Mary.
In French, author, writing possibly from Termonde, reports community news; refers to school--"pities the Maryland nuns" for having to undertake the education of the young, a distracting duty and "contrary to our solitude". This must be a real suffering for them. Suggests they write to Paris Carmel at Vaugerard...where they will receive help.
In French. Possibly by a Sister of St. Joseph; News of the Maryland community & their Christian virtues from a Mme. Harper. St. Egidio.
Two letters from Amleto G. Cicognani, Apostolic Delegate, to Laurence Kelly, SJ,: 7/5/1940: regrets inability to take part in ceremony at Mount Carmel on Oct 15; 10/24/1940: thanks for the booklet "A Southern Maryland Shrine."
A letter from Amleto G. Cicognani, Apostolic Delegate, to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: cannot attend dedication of new Chapel.
A letter from Mother Agnes of Jesus from Santa Clara to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: support for the building of a Chapel and making a foundation at Mount Carmel, floors plans for the Santa Clara Monastery which Mr. Chas. D, Maginnis has, suggestions that Kelly submit his plans to Mr. Maginnis.
Two letters from Sr Angela of the Passion from Philadelphia Carmel to Laurence Kelly, SJ: 6/8/1949: sending outlines of their building, support for foundation at Mount Carmel; 8/15/1949: response to Kelly's letter, community news.
Two letters from Arthur O'Dea to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: a chapter of the Restorers in NJ, after consultation with the Prioresses in NJ, funds must be used to help the New Jersey foundations until they are firmly established.
A letter from Arthur A. O'Leary, SJ, to Laurence Kelly, SJ, responding to Kelly's search for "cuts" of Archbishop Carroll and Father Charles Neale.
A letter from Sr. Beartix of the Holy Spirit, Rochester Carmel, to Laurence Kelly, SJ, responding to his letter requesting information. She suggests that Currier's book, Carmel in America, is the best source and asserts her own desire that Mother Bernardina be recognized as the real foundress of Carmel in America. She also voices her support for the restoration project.
A series of letters from Betty Hogan to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: donations and money, insurance dor Mount Carmel.
Correspondence between Frederick Fusting of the Associate Insurance Agency Corp., and Irene Ord turning over the assets of the Restorers to the Archdiocese once the Organization is dissolved.
A series of letters regarding Bishop Francisco F. Claver's request to make a foundation in Bukidnon. He is bishop of Malaybalay and made the request of Naga Carmel. Sister John Wise extended the request to Sister Patricia Scanlan and the Baltimore Carmel. Letters included are from Sister John Wise, Bishop Claver, and Sister Patricia Scanlan.