SMITH, ALOYSIUS, NAGA
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Mother Aloysius write Mother M Magdalen to tell her that S. John has asked the Apostolic Delegate to intercede so that MMM could join them; they packed to go. 10/11, five depart. Very little privacy in Manila; much cleaning is necessary at Naga. Santos is grand; Jesuits will be chaplains. People are helpful; Srs of Charity help. They need lighter-weight clothes. Copy of letter pleading for MMM.
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.