Found in 30 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.
Article from the Catholic Review, 09/08/1961, entitled: First Monastery in U.S. Was Founded in 1790 by the Carmelites. Part of article from page 1 is missing.
A copy of an article in United States Catholic Historical Magazine, May, Vol 3, Page 65, entitled "History of the Establishment of the Carmelites in Maryland", sent by Bishop Corrigan. The copy includes a note from Bishop Fenwick regarding the article.
Article: The Bishop's Invitation by Barbara McBriarty about the founding of Carmel in America. The article is in The Banner, Vol. 21, No. 7, dated March, 1954, published by the Congregation of the Resurrection, Chicago, IL.
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.
Article in The Catholic Review, dated Sept 8, 1961, entitled The Carmelites: Port Tobacco to Dulaney Valley. Includes pictures of the old monastery (Port Tobacco) and the new monastery (Dulaney Valley).
Two articles from The Catholic Review, 04/18/1958, entitled: Carmelites Buy Dulaney Estate and History of the Maryland Carmelites.
Kept by Sister Clare Joseph, three lists: De Villegas and European benefactors of new foundation, 1790; Alms of money received in the year, 1791; Alms received 1793-1798. Donors in America include J.Carroll,(our worthy bishop); Spaldings, Aprice, Carbery, Rosier, Doyle, Fenwick, Clement, Deedy, Hamersley, Boarman, Smith, Llewellen, et al.; also lists sources of income from sales--wheat, rye, and money raised from first fair, etc. Totals in English pounds.
Burke tells them that Quebec government will accept Fr. Grassi as a subject of the King. Americans will probably not be admitted, but Germans will. So they are to send Grassi there. Sent from Halifax.
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 Carmelite Shrine in America by Rev. Laurence J. Kelly, SJ, published in 1957. This booklet includes a history of the restoration and dedication of the monastery buildings at Port Tobacco. An insert, Mount Carmel In America, Thirtieth Year of Restoration, is included which notes Laurence Kelly's death on Oct 15, 1955.
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."
The Catholic Review, May 15, 1959, account of the Silver Episcopal Jubliee of Francis P. Keough including: a biography, his installation as archbishop, the start of the new cathedral of Mary Our Queen, Prelates of the Baltimore Province, articles on Bishop Jerome B. Sebastion, James Cardinal Gibbons, John Carroll, former archbishops of Baltimore, and exerpts from Archbishop Keough's addresses.
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.
Notes: The Foundation of the Baltimore Carmel, typescript, ca 1935, containing mention of The Pious Guide, Bishop Gross' sermon in 1874, statistics on U. S. foundations, religious and secular names of the four foundresses and those who entered Carmel at Port Tobacco, Discalced Carmelite Nuns in the United States (lists the foundations), and a necrology 1904-1927. No author, but authorized by Mother Seraphim.
The Carmelites: A historical sketch of their foundation in the Diocese of Baltimore, cont.
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.
Leo PP, XIII: Ad Perpetuam Rei Memoriam; A mother's love; Carmel: the daughters of St. Teresa.
Baltimore Carmelites to go to Boston; The Carmelite Nuns: The establishment of a convent in Boston; A centennial of great and peculiar interest: The Carmelite Nuns, how the order was established in the United States- rules and habits of life of the strictest of sisterhoods- the beautiful ceremony admitting a novice to the convent; At eve in the Convent: With the Carmelite Nuns during their novena, preparing for the celebration of their centennial.
The Jesuits: A history of the order in the sate of Maryland, its first settlements and its marvelous progress, great names on the rolls of the members of the Society, work among the Indians- early trials and tribulations- the coming election of a "Black Pope"- institutions in Maryland- Loyola College- founder of the order and his wonderful career- Father Anderledy- constitution of the Society, cont.; Circular of the Most Rev. Archibishop of Baltimore on the Assassination.
Decease of a Holy Nun: Amelia Keating;- Madame Bauduy;- Mother Ignatius;- Carmelite Discalced, cont.; Beatification of holy servants of God; The process for beatification of the Venerable Anne of Jesus; The declared beatification of four holy persons.
Archbishop Gross: Impressive funeral services at the cathedral, with a requiem Mass sung by Cardinal Gibbons, cont.; The Carmelites' Festival: Brilliant celebration of a glorious event; Her Golden Jubilee: Mother Louise to celebrate her advent as a "bride", ceremonies will be private, her long and devoted career as a nun of the order- always a lavable, kind and benevolent sister- other celebrations of "brides" at the convent; A Remarkable Cure.
Serial Story About The Carmelite Order: Its Beginnings. The Holy Land, Europe and Maryland in four installments and concerning raising funds for the new Carmel. Typescript, 15 pages.
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.
Feature article in The Sunday Sun, Jan 7, 1962, entitled: Baltimore's New Archbishop, Lawrence J. Shehan Second Native to Serve as Prelate.
History Outline of Carmel, Baltimore, Maryland, 1790-1950. Typescript, 2 pages.