RESTORERS OF MT CARMEL IN MARYLAND
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
A letter from John Farley, SJ, to Archbishop Michael Curley re: matters at Mount Carmel and his donation.
A copy of a letter from Laurence Kelly to Michael Curley expressing his interest in seeing Mount Carmel used as a retreat place. Kelly is aging and sees no replacemnet for himself. Fr. Thomas Kilduff is interested but has neither the men or the means to undertake this project right now.
A letter from Michael Curley to Laurence Kelly, SJ, stating he received the deed to the Mt Carmel property. There is a note appended by Kelly explaining the deed.
A letter from Michale J. Curley to Laurence Kelly, SJ, stating, "You may go ahead with your plans for further repairs on the building at Port Tobacco with the understanding, of course, that we are not going into any further debt."
A letter from Michael J. Curley to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: a check Curley sent to make a deposit for the purchase of Mount Carmel. The check has not been returned to Curley.
A letter from Michael Curley to Laurence Kelly, SJ, telling of Curley's loss of sight and saying he has no objection to the Carmelite Fathers using Mount Carmel for a retreat site if they can manage it (he has his doubts) but the ownership of the property should remain where it is at the present time. File includes original and a copy.
A letter from Michael Curley to Laurence Kelly, SJ, refusing permission to use the Mass of St Teresa on Oct 20. Note added in Kelly's writing: "The request was to say the Mass of St Teresa (on Sunday within Octave) with commemoration of the Sunday.