MARY MAGDALEN BRUNCK
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Discourse given by Msgr Louis R Stickney at the end of the Canonical Visitation. Praises community for life and spirit: "a garden full of Little Flowers" Mentions Hoboken (MMMagdalen) and Taneytown (Mother Celine). From Mo Seraphim's papers.
Extracts of Canon Law that belonged to Mother Mary Magdalen Brunck. Included is a note addressed to "Dear Reverend Mother" explaining the pages but unsigned.
Memorial card: Bishop James Edward Walsh, M.M. who died July 29, 1981. This was in the papers of Mother Mary Magdalen Brunck.
Multiple articles and pictures of the release of Bishop James E. Walsh, MM from prison in China. Also included is a letter to Sister Mary Magdalen from Rev. Thomas Whelan inviting the community to a Mass that Bishop Walsh will celebrate at The Cathedral of Mary Our Queen on Nov 28, 1970.
In first, Sister John relates that hardships have begun but they intend to persevere. "We're not coming home." Asks the to continue to draw Holy Cross billets and to remain in Apostleship of Prayer. They have heard from Hong Kong; in need of veils, breviaries. In second, John writes of S. Aloysius' back problems; beds are rattan. Teeth problems and rash. Speaks of Mother Mary Magdalen's coming; begins plans for it.