CARMEL, NEW YORK-BEACON
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Photo story in Catholic Digest.
Plans by Maginnis and Walsh, architects, Boston.
Brochure: Carmelite Monastery, 139 DePuyster Ave., Beacon.
A copy of Mother Seraphim's accepting of the invitation of Patrick Cardinal Hayes to found a Carmel in New York, from the Archives of the Archdiocese of New York.
Re: Easter, 1939, the Oklahoma foundation, they are looking at blueprints, Spellman has visited.
Election results; community news.
Personal letters: mentions the Oklahoma foundation.
To S. Miriam and To Rev Mother re: customs with novices, health concerns, prayers for deceased.
Letters to M. Seraphim and M. Patricia re: enclosure sealed at Oklahoma, 4/12/1939, Sp Spellman named archbishop, prospects of a new foundation because they don't have room for all candidates seeking admission.
Re: opening Of Oklahoma Carmel; suggestion for one in Maine.
From Anne Teresa of Mary Immaculate re: her profession.
From Elizabeth of the Mother of God re: her receiving the holy habit.
Re: on her pronouncing vows.
From Patricia of Jesus re: general community news.
From Patricia of Jesus re: some practices kept in NY, Scapular Militia, first public novena to OLMC on University Ave.
Mostly re: the Oklahoma foundation. Names the six foundresses.
Tells secret of new foundation to Oklahoma.
Two letters announcing the the nuns will move to Beacon to the former novitiate building of the Ursuline sisters. The building was made available to them through Cardinal Cooke.
Photos of Clara B. McGinnis, financial sponsor of New York Carmel, for Mother Seraphim and Sister Teresa Cauley.
Donated by Clara McGinnis.
Photos of New York Carmel.
Story with color photos in the New York Times Magazine.