Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:
Article in America: Woodstock: 'Vale atque Ave' by Michael A. Fahey on the closing of Woodstock, College of the Sacred Heart, MD.
Brochure: The Woodstock Theological Center, 1978-1979, listing the research fellows, research associates, publications and projects of the center for that year.
From Brussels, the last letter of Balthassar Joseph Ignace de Villegas D'Estainbourg, to Father Neale and sisters; he is still in hope of getting Visitandines, wants help of Fr. Stone of College. Fr.Francis Neale. Has sent books to Maryland; Jesuits. Negotiates donations, legal aspects of same. Two letters from his cousin, the Lady Dowager de Villegas de Louvrange, born de Villegas d'Aa, in French. (See "Carmel in America," pp.75-79.)
The Loyolan published by Loyola Retreat House, Faulkner,MD announcing a farewell party for Clement J. Petrik, SJ and a letter from him announcing the party and telling he has not received a new assignment yet.
Two items of direction for S. Delphina, advice: vows to be kept as the apple of your eye". Second item copied by S.Delphina. Remember the advice of St. Ignatius. Role of obedience: complete holocaust; to be guided by superior as a "dead corpse" (St. Ignatius); chastity: in service of the Lamb (looking glass); lines: "the community has had the charity to receive you...for which you can never be sufficiently grateful."
Biographies of Charles, Leonard, Francis, including insights into personalities of each, from Woodstock Jesuit archives, copies supplied by L. Kelly, researches.
A typed copy of a biographical sketch by Benedict Fenwick (with ending by Clare Joseph) but also including a second brief study, possibly by another Carmelite, or Jesuit. Gift of Timothy Barret, to S. Teresa, in 1930.
A xeroxed copy of a genealogical study of the Neale family, Maryland researches.
Typed and handwritten notes of Rev. L. Kelly, of the Neale Family, Charles County, Md. Furnished by J.Neale Hamilton, Bel Alton; see note on p. 52 of Bishop Currier's "Carmel in America." Includes brief biographies of various members.
Membership status of C. Neale in Perpetual Adoration of the Sacred Heart; listed as "Director of Carmelites" Pamphlet dated 1754.
a "memordandum for the Reverend C. Neale, executor of my will" by Charles Sewall. This is a statement of financial responsibility due him. Qualifying terms is statement:"The Society of Jesus is now restored."
Xeroxed copy of Clare Joseph's observations at time of death of Charles Neale; see CJ papers for original.
Rantzan will see to the delivery of letters to Father General in Rome; mentions Bishop of Philadelphia's arrival (Henry Conwell). Other two to arrive daily. Benedict Fenwick's "heart is broke,...and he wishes to fix himself on the top of the Sugar loaf mountain of a hermit." The reverse is original, CJ to L. Neale. (This is copy of one side only).
Commemorative booklet: Georgetown University, 1952 including the history of the University, descriptions of the undergraduate program, and graduate and advanced programs.
Booklet: St. Ignatius Parish, 1856-1981, An Historical Sketch.
Jesuit Publicity: Death card of John Courtney Murray, SJ, and an article from The Catholic Standard And Times entitled : Local Jesuit Discovers Church in Africa is Not Only Growing, It's Lively, about Bill Watters, SJ, and his mission in Nigeria.
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."
mentions school, grateful it is a day school; talks of Baltimore news about building a church and choir, and abbe who is benefactor; speaks of need for priest, Jesuit preferably at Lanherne, and improvements in enclosure. Happy to see CJ's hand is stronger.
A letter from Pete Marchetti in Venezuela to Bill Watters and given to the Carmelites. The letter Comments on conditions in Central America, the work for justice and peace there, and on the Pope's visit to Central America.
A Father Gives His Son to the Service of God: a letter to a son becoming a Jesuit in The Baltimore Catholic Review, ca 1910.