Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Article in the July 11, 1947 Catholic Review entitled: Carmelite Nuns Fly by Plane to California telling of the journey of Sister Aloysius Smith and Sister John Wise to the Philippines to become members of the community in the diocese of Jaro. There is a second article announcing the celebration of the Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.
Magazine article in The Blue and God, Vol 11, No.3 of Ateneo de Naga Philippines, on the beginnings of Naga Carmel. Pictures of assistance given to Sister John and Aloysius as Carmel established there. Back cover shows the two Carmelites assisting in the planting of a tree.
A candidate "Edith" writes to tell Mother Mary Magdalen about the shrine at Penafrancia, devotion to Our Lady there, a new pig "Bomer" for "Baltimore" as Mother Aloysius pronounces it; other mention of Mother's accent.
S John is discouraged over illnesses: "I am really no good here at all." Aloysius has beginning of angina; many concerns that are personal; poor personal health.
S. John writes of sickness and exhaustion, severe blow of S Aloysius' death. Two postulants; two for vows; beginning of chapel; cooperation of Cardinal. Indult's arrival; completion of her term is 1964.