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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.
Article: Gift to Cardinal Valid? Amicable suit begun to construe Miss Martin's will, Left $145.126 to religion, The executors have $67,385 in hand and are unable to determine the legal questions involved. The article lists the bequests whose total exceeds the value of the estate. Among the beneficiaries are Cardinal Gibbons and the Carmelites.
A biography of James Cardinal Gibbons in "The Anthonian," 1985, 2 copies, 30pp. Precis of Ellis Study, 1952.
Newspaper articles on the occasion of the celebration of the golden jubilee of Cardinal Gibbons' consecration as a bishop, 1918.
Sketch of greeting sent by the Baltimore Carmel on the occasion of the golden jubilee of priestly ordination of James Cardinal Gibbons, 1906.
Jubilee Address to His Eminence, James Cardinal Gibbons, Archbishop of Baltimore, from the Students of Rock Hill College, Oct 26, 1893, on the occasion of Cardinal Gibbons' silver jubilee.
Photograph of Cardinal Gibbons.
Photograph of Cardinal Gibbons.
Photograph of Cardinal Gibbons.
Photograph of James Gibbons by Bachrach & Bro, Baltimore Md.
Article in The Catholic Review, May 28, 1971, entitled: On the last day of May, 150 years ago, Baltimore's cathedral was dedicated, Pius XI designated it a minor basilica.
The Catholic Review, May 15, 1959, account of the Silver Episcopal Jubliee of Francis P. Keough including: a biography, his installation as archbishop, the start of the new cathedral of Mary Our Queen, Prelates of the Baltimore Province, articles on Bishop Jerome B. Sebastion, James Cardinal Gibbons, John Carroll, former archbishops of Baltimore, and exerpts from Archbishop Keough's addresses.
Newsarticle from the Baltimore American for Nov 25, 1891 which mentions the celebration of the third centenary of the death of St. John of the Cross. " The tricentennial commenced at the Carmelite nunnery,... with the sacrifice of the mass. Cardinal Gibbons was present."
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.
Notes: The Foundation of the Baltimore Carmel, typescript, ca 1935, containing mention of The Pious Guide, Bishop Gross' sermon in 1874, statistics on U. S. foundations, religious and secular names of the four foundresses and those who entered Carmel at Port Tobacco, Discalced Carmelite Nuns in the United States (lists the foundations), and a necrology 1904-1927. No author, but authorized by Mother Seraphim.
Obituary: Last Tributes to Miss Jenkins: Prominent Churchmen in attendance at funeral, Body is placed in crypt, Cardinal Gibbons pronounces the absolution at the cathedral and Bishop Donohue (sic) gives the final blessing at Corpus Christi Church. Believed deceased left will in which Little Sisters of the Poor expected to be remembered.
St. Teresa's feast in Cincinnati, cont.; A feast for our readers; St. Teresa's Tercentenary exercises at Mt. Carmel; St. Teresa: the glory of Carmel, how the Holy Nun lived and prayed and suffered and died; Visions and Ecstacies: an illustration of the saying of the royal psalmist that "God is wonderful in His saints".
A miraculous crucifix, what the city of Lucca, in Italy, holds as a great treasure, cont: A council of prelates; Letter from Rome; His Love for Home: Archibishop Gibbons' sermon, his first appearance at the Cathedral since his return- his audience with the Pope- the cardinal's work- subjects at the conference; Modern Miracles: What Joaquin Miller saw at St. Ann's, great power of prayer, cripples made to walk and the blind restored to sight- a woman's faith.
Baltimore Carmelites to go to Boston; The Carmelite Nuns: The establishment of a convent in Boston; A centennial of great and peculiar interest: The Carmelite Nuns, how the order was established in the United States- rules and habits of life of the strictest of sisterhoods- the beautiful ceremony admitting a novice to the convent; At eve in the Convent: With the Carmelite Nuns during their novena, preparing for the celebration of their centennial.
At eve in the Convent: with the Carmelite Nuns during their novena, preparing for the celebration of their centennial, cont.; 1790- Carmelites- 1890: Centenary of the order in the United States, an interesting ceremony held at the convent yesterday- the unseen forms behind the grating- presence of the Cardinal- the music and sermon; 1790- Carmelites_ 1890: Centenary of the order in the United States- impressive ceremonies at the convent- a notable sermon.
Funeral of Sister Magdalen, cont.; St. John of the Cross; Saint John of the Cross.
Saint John of the Cross, cont.; A Catholic Tricentenary: Carmelite Nuns to celebrate St. John's death- Church notes; Three Hundred Years: The Carmelite celebrate their tri-centenary: Interesting services at the nunnery- A...; The Carmelite Triduum
Feast in the Convent: Celebration to be helad by the Carmelites tomorrow, all who attend will be granted plenary indulgence by the Pope on certain conditions- a history of this order- its first house in America was Port Tobacco- other matters, cont.; Decease of a Holy Nun: Amelia Keating;- Madame Bauduy;- Mother Ignatius;- Carmelite Discalced.
Death of the Rev. Mother Theresa; Funeral of Mother Theresa: The saintly Carmelite laid to rest; Baltimore: Reports of events in the city and diocese, death and funeral of a priest; The Holy Face: St. Teresa on the subject- the whole spirit of the devotion; News from various countries; Feast of St. Teresa celebrated.
Cardinal Satolli: Crowned with the red beretta, a grand ceremony, and a distinguished assemblage, the Holy Father represented by Cardinal Gibbons, the Pontiff's briefs conferring honor and authority, orator of the day, Bishop Kain's eloquent address, early return to Rome, Satolli and the Chair of Peter.
Cardinal Satolli: Crowned with the red beretta, a grand ceremony, and a distinguished assemblage, the Holy Father represented by Cardinal Gibbons, the Pontiff's briefs conferring honor and authority, orator of the day, Bishop Kain's eloquent address, early return to Rome, Satolli and the Chair of Peter, cont.
Cardinal Satolli: Crowned with the red beretta, a grand ceremony, ans a distinguished assemblage, the Holy Father represented by Cardinal Gibbons, the Pntiff's briefs conferring honor and authority, orator of the day, Bishop Kain's eloquent address, early return to Rome, Satolli and the Chair of Peter, cont.
Gains REd Biretta: Upon Cardinal Matinelli is conferred second insignia of high office, a splendid ceremony, many distinguished prelates gather at Cathedral, throngs see procession, music of extraordinary beauty- how biretta is conferred- Archbishop Ryan preaches sermon, some of the personages present- banquet at St. Mary's, cont.
The Boston Carmel: Saints of the order pictured in the chapel windows, cont.; Dead Carmelites: Funeral services over Mother Gabriel and Sister Rose: The highly impressive burial scene described in detail;Gifts to Religion: More than $150,000 bequeathed to Catholic Churches and Institutions, by Miss Winefride Martin, she was a half-sister of Ex-Gov. Downey, of California.