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Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Canonical Visitation: Joseph Nelligan, M.Curley comment, 1942, 04/02/1942

 File — Box 1: Series Series 1, Folder: 32
Identifier: GAMMS.4.45.1538
Scope and Contents

This is an altered version of Curley's letter re canonical visitation (see folder no. 32, Box No. 1, following) In this, Curley expresses gratitude for Carmelites and their excellent way of life as reviewed by Msgr, Nelligan after his visitation. Encourages them to continue in the same style. Omits extended talk re favoritism.

Dates: 04/02/1942

Canonical Visitation: Nelligan and Michael Curley, 1942, 04/02/1942

 File — Box 1: Series Series 1, Folder: 33
Identifier: GAMMS.4.45.1539
Scope and Contents Original and unabridged version of letter written by Michael Curley. In this he says: If there is a Sister who is not content with her call to the life of Carmel, then she must return to the life of the world. It is much easier to go out of Carmel than to get into it. And he adds: You have ...rule...must be obeyed and if exceptions are made, they must be made by the Mother Prioress for reasons that are well known to all the members of the Community. Anything bordering on favoritism would be...
Dates: 04/02/1942