SPIRITUALITY, AISQUITH STREET
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Two copies by separate copiers; on miraculous qualities of the cross and medal of St. Benedict. Devotion from Germany and France.
Two items on virtues of humility and patience: On Humility, Maxim: "No little Offices in the house of God"; "Run by patience in the course which is open to you!"
Advice: On the place of Mary in the Life of a Sister; on the proper conduct of religious women.
Concerns the proper direction of novices, after considering the "circumstances and caracter of her pupils" and "with rule in her hand." Significance of regularity. Explanation of the vows. In hand of S.Delphina.
In Latin, "Omne die, dic Mariae, mea laudes anima..."
A song, written by Rev Edward Purcell (Brother of Cincinnati's Bishop, John Baptist Purcell), dedicated to Immaculate Queen Mother, for "the conversion of America."
Printed pamphlet, of "An Easy and Useful Method of Meditation." 12 pp, published by Jacob Gideon, Jr., Washington, D.C.
Book hand printed and designed by S. Louisa of St.John Evangelist, with designed pages to keep track of prayers to be said.
Written by S.Delphina, this lists the obligations for deceased: founders, in Europe; for founders, Neale, Bernardina, Clare Joseph, Eleanore,Aloysia; for American benefactors, Bennet Fenwick, Edward Hammilton, Joseph Smith, Henry Hammersley, Phebe Fenwick, Ann Boarman, Thomas Reeves, Monica Hagen, Edward Neale and Sister Barbara Neale, Mary Brooke. Also obligations for tenarium masses.
Spiritual advice to S.Stanislaus includes statements such as "What is sweeter than flattery believed." "Don't become gloomy, never look back." He is glad she is in the school, but asks her to be prudent. He teases her (or scolds her), tells of visit to Syria, and refers to community: "You are a community of the greatest importance to religion." Refers to fellow Jesuits, especially those in exile (21 in number), now living in St. Joseph, Philadelphia.
A discourse on "The Carmelite", given by Rev. Father Felix, SJ, trans from the French, and published in St. Louis, 1877. Priced 25 cents; 42 pages. Preached at Meaux in 1862; at Lille, 1864.
Entitled "Extract from Abb De Rance"...it signifies more than a well regulated conduct; it comprises the whole body ...and admits nothing that might tarnish..."
Copy of advise and maxims of the Mother Mary of St. Joseph on the subject of the government of religious...and given to Mother Angela of St. Teresa; copied in 1843. Mother Mary was one of St. Teresa's successors in Seville Carmel.
Prayers against thunder and lightning, written for Sister Aloysia from Sister Clare (Williams).