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An announcement and registration for A Congress on the Rule sponsored by the Ancient Observance Carmelite Friars.
Booklet: A Special Convocation in Honor of His Eminence Eugenio Cardinal Pacelli, Secretary of State to His Holiness Pope Pius XI, at Fordham University, November 1, 1936. Cardinal Pacelli received an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws.
A account by Laurence Kelly, SJ, of the interest taken by Carmelite nuns and friars in the work of the Restorers. Account is incomplete; pages 17-18 only.
Account of the Anniversary Pilgrimage to Mt. Carmel in Maryland, October 16, 1938.
Lists of the activities of the restorers of Mount Carmel in Maryland for the years 1955-1969. Activities include: pilgrimages, visits, masses, and socials.
Address, with other churchmen, on the occasion of the death of George Washington, 2/22/1800. C. speaks of the public and private virtues of George Washington, his power as a wise statesman; "he still lives in the grateful hearts of his fellow citizens." Says that "not the least flaw was discernible in him." Firmness and superior wisdom. Delivered at St. Joseph (sic).
Report to the Congregation, 1968-1973, of the Adrian Dominican Sisters including: Report on Policy Implementation, Report on Institutions, Report on Finances, Statistics.
An advertisement promoting St. Mary's Industrial School, Carroll Station, Baltimore which was under the direction of the Xaverian Brothers. Gives important statistics about the school after "the fire."
Announcements of three Teresian Lectures Honoring Her Centenary offered by the Roxbury Carmel. Lecturers include Russell Holmes, OCD, Michael Griffin, OCD, Joseph Chorpenning, OSFS.
Articles in the NCR: Nun serene in theological minefield on Agnes Cunningham, the first women president of the Catholic Theological Society of America, and Theological Society 'grateful' for report describing CTSA's response to the report, Human Sexuality: New Directions in American Catholic Thought, published by it's committee.
Album Recuerdo de Santa Teresa de Jesus given to Mother Louise by her loving Sister Joseph.
Booklet: Our 75th Anniversary, 1913-1988.
Years included: 1941, 1987.
Death Notice and biography of Mother Mary Baptista of the Precious Blood, foundress of the Carmel of St Teresa. File includes a copy of the invitation to her golden jubilee in 1927.
Includes death notices for Sister Stephanie of the Apostles, Sister Mary Evangelista of the Incarnation.
Jubilee invitations, programs, etc., for Mother Maria of Jesus, Sister Stephanie of the Apostoles, Sister Teresa Margaret, Sister Mary of Jesus.
Souvenir: Laying of the Corner Stone of the Monastery of the Disclaced Carmelites, Dedicated to St Teresa, Alhambra, California.
Includes invitation to the solemn profession of Sister Mary Margaret of the Sacred Heart.
American Catholic Bicentennial Calendar, 1076, Liberty and Justice for All published by the National Conference of Catholic Bishops, Committee for the Bicentennial feacturing Mt. Carmel, Port Tobacco and American Catholicism: a time for reflection by John Tracy Ellis.
Written in hand of Sister Regina Holmes, contain scattered data. On Maryknoll founder, Thomas Price's death, 9/12/1919, Regina writes "his letters are preserved as relics."
Kept by Sister Regina Holmes. Incidental: Archbishop's house robbed; James A.Walsh and adoption of Chinese vicariate; Price connection; visit; 1932: S. Beatrice, first vows; Brother Oswald served.
For Sister Mary McCoy, on the 42nd anniversary of her entrance, 4/15/1951. Written by S. Miriam Maguire.
Announcement of the Annual General Meeting of the Restorers of Mount Carmel in Maryland, 1938-41, 1944-45.