ALOYSIUS SMITH, JARO
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box Ph1: Series Series 6, Folder: 35
Scope and Contents Official correspondence between Chancellor Joseph Nelligan and Mother Mary Magdalen, and including authorization and correspondence of Sister Mary of Christ, at Jaro Carmel, transferring three nuns from Baltimore (at most). Nelligan expresses the Bishop's concern re: depletion of nuns at Baltimore, sufficiency of finances to handle transfer of $2,000 each dowries plus $5,000. Is satisfied through correspondence of Mother Mary Magdalen. On her part, Sister Mary of Christ names transferring...
File — Box Ph1: Series Series 6, Folder: 50
Scope and Contents 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.
File — Box Ph1: Series Series 6, Folder: 46
Scope and Contents List of expenses incurred in connection with the transfer of Sisters Aloysius and John to the Carmel of Jaro and also their stay at Manila Carmel. Including $100 to Father William Masterson, SJ, who arranged for their boat passage and travelled with them as far as Manila. (He has just been appointment President of the Ateneo de Manila.) Total costs 6627.58.
Dates: 1700-1990; Majority of material found in 1850-1980