JOHN OF THE CROSS
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Two articles from The Catholic Review, 04/18/1958, entitled: Carmelites Buy Dulaney Estate and History of the Maryland Carmelites.
Plenary indulgence on special feasts to be gained by Carmelites, given by Pius VII, 3/6/1803. (St. Joseph; Patronage of St. Joseph; St. Theresa; St. John of the Cross; S MM de Pazzi.)
A Chronology of the Order from 1205-1577. Including "Of Prayer." This chronology was taken from a larger text (pages are numbered 63, 64, 65, 66, 67) and was handwritten.
In Chroniques du Carmel, Dec 1927, L'Amour de dieu dans Saint Jean de la Croix and Le Centenaire do notre Pere saint Jean de la Croix, a Segovie.
Les Saints et Illustrations de l'Ordre du Carmel, in French. This book contains both female and male saints, blesseds, and venerables for the Order.
The Church Calendar of West Virginia, Teresian Edition. on the Tercentenary of her Canonization. Articles include: Saint Teresa of Jesus, Apostolic Letter of the Holy Father, Pius XI, A Patroness for Missionaries, Martyr of Love, The Transpierced Heart of St. Teresa, St. Teresa in her Glory, St. Teresa and the Dominicans.
Funeral of Sister Magdalen, cont.; St. John of the Cross; Saint John of the Cross.
Saint John of the Cross, cont.; A Catholic Tricentenary: Carmelite Nuns to celebrate St. John's death- Church notes; Three Hundred Years: The Carmelite celebrate their tri-centenary: Interesting services at the nunnery- A...; The Carmelite Triduum
The Carmelite Triduum, cont.; At Boston's Carmel: Two young ladies take the white veil; At Boston's Carmel: Ter-centenary of St. John of the Cross; Opening of the Triduum; St. John of the Cross: Tercentenary of his death celebrated by the Carmelites; Most Blessed Sacrament: Solemn benediction pronounced at Convent of Mount Carmel; Feast of St. John of the Cross; St. John of the Cross; A Holy Festa at New Orleans' Carmel.
The Boston Carmel: Saints of the order pictured in chapel windows, cont.
Feast of St. John of the Cross at Boston Carmel.
Popes Since St. Peter: There have been 264 occupants of the Papal Chair, some reigned but briefly, 82 are venerated as saints, 33 were martyred and 208 were Italians- interesting statistics, cont.; St. John of the Cross: Celebration of the feast at Boston Carmel; Carmelite's First Novice: Deeply impressive ceremony of Reception at the Poplar Street Convent, the Archbishop officiated, habit bestowed upon Miss Florence Close, who will be known henceforth as Sister Teresa of Jesus.
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.
In French. Concerns box of relics sent, of Teresa, John of the Cross, Anne of St. Bartholomew, Marguerite of the Angels.