BRENT, MARY MARGARET
Found in 15 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.
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.
This consists of two brief biographies of Mother Mary Margaret of the Angels Brent. One is a copy of a manuscript kept in Ghent, made by Reverend P. Corballis, OSB, in 1928. The second is a sketch composed by Mrs. Isabelle Hagerty, a member of the Restorers Guild, at the time of the restoration of Port Tobacco in 1936.
On "the sentiments of our Venerable Mother" concerning her duties as superior. 8 pages, written on reverse of notes of letters by others.
Author, unknown, mentions failed health of Mother Mary Margaret Brent and aims of Fr. Plunkett to remain in Brussels.
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.
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 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: 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.
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.
This lists the nuns of the English monastery at Antwerp, from 1697-1756, and of superiors, 1678-1784. There is a notation that reads "on death of our most dear esteemed beloved Mother Mary Margaret of the Angels" d. Oct 18, 1784 (21 days after she left office).
Why I became a Catholic: lecture at Chestertown, MD, by Rev. Father Curtis, cont.; Divine love; The names of Our Lady; The place of the Crucifixion; St. Teresa: a very interesting article on her daughters in America; Monthly triduum in New Orleans, in honor of St. Teresa.
Sermon: On the Occasion of the One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Coming of Carmel to Maryland. Delivered at the Shrine of the first Carmel, Charles County, Maryland, Sunday, October 20, 1940; no author, typed manuscript, 18 pages. Includes a list of the religious and secular names of the four foundresses and those who entered Carmel at Port Tobacco and a list of foundations in the United States.