RESTORERS OF MT CARMEL IN MARYLAND
Found in 283 Collections and/or Records:
A copy of a letter from Laurence Kelly, SJ, to Philip H. Frohman re: apology for misunderstanding related to unpaid bill.
A copy of a letter from Laurence Kelly, SJ, to Philip H. Frohman re: site for the Chapel at Mount Carmel.
A series of letters from Laurence Kelly, SJ, to Mother Seraphim Byrnes detailing developments in the Restorers, renovation going on, funds collected and asked for, interaction and structuring of the organization.
A copy of a letter from Laurence Kelly to Theodore R. McKeldin, Governor of Maryland, re: offering honorary membership in the Restorers.
A copy of a letter from Laurence Kelly, SJ, to William L. Galvin re: the letter of agreement between Archbishop Curley and Frohman that Galvin drew up in 1936.
A copy of a letter from Laurence Kelly, SJ, to William Horigan, SJ, re: the history and future of the Shrine, questions of jurisdiction now that Horigan is Pastor of Sacred Heart, La Plata.
A letter from Laurence Kelly, SJ, to Archbishop Patrick O'Boyle, re: few donations toward Pilgrim Chapel, the foundation in DC, mentions Harry Kirk as a good man to find a residence in DC. File contains the original and a copy.
A letter from Leo Weber, SJ, to Laurence Kelly, SJ, in which he mentions support for the project in Port Tobacco by alluding to a visit two years previous "to the ground made sacred by our Fathers and the Carmelites."
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 series of letters from Mother Marie of the Eucharist, New York, to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: support for the foundation and information- "Someone has made an offer to help towards the foundation there and a certain Carmel is willing to make the foundation." Includes originals and one copy.
A letter from Mary Kolb to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: giving a book review of The Life. She presents a program for the Restorers meetings to read and discuss The Life.
Three letters from Mother Mary Magdalen Brunck to Laurence Kelly, SJ,: 3/22/1944: thanks for the return of pamphlets and books lent; community news; 7/6/1944: re: Restorers making a pilgrimage to Baltimore on the Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel; 10/11/1944: thanks for a gift from a "client of Mary." File includes original letters and a copy of each.
Letters from Mother Mary Magdalen Brunck to Laurence Kelly from 1945-1947. 9/29/1945: inviting Kelly for the feast of St Teresa, community news; 4/19/1946: acknowledges receiving a book on his parish, community news; 2/10/1947: in response to his letter; 7/13/1947: offers prayers for the work of the Restorers, community news. Copies of the letters of 9/29/1945 and 4/19/1946 are also included.
A series of five letters from Mother Mary Magdalen Brunck to Laurence Kelly, SJ, voicing concerns and interest in the proposed foundation. Originals and some copies are in this file.
A letter from Mary R. Rowen to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: donating money for a school near Mount Carmel.
Two letters from Mary R. Rowen to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: pilgrimage on July 13.
A letter from Michael J. Curley to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: the committee formed to get money to meet "the payments in August, November and January."
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.
A letter from Michael Williams to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: Williams' willingness to help and his poor health.
A letter from Patrick Mudd to Laurence Kelly, SJ, which states "I have made a complete survey of our general index from the year 1935 to date, and I can find no mention of a transfer by and between the Archbishop and the Sanders Heirs."
Part of a letter from Mother Patricia of Jesus (Hagerty) to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: nuns are praying for the Restorers intentions; news on the new postulants.
Two letters from Archbishop Patrick O'Boyle to Irene Ord re; appointment to see her regarding the 175th celebration (appended note to William Horigan), and his coming to Mt Carmel to say Mass on July 25.