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Have their use: contemplative orders extolled, Carmelite convent for Boston, Catholic Union addressed by Father Currier, members urged to aid in founding it, praise for precepts and practices of devoted adherents; The "escaped nun": her death and her retraction of charges she made.
Just published: History of the Carmelite Nuns: Carmel in America, 1 vol. cloth. Octavo. Price $3.50, net.; Extracts from notices of the press; Pancratius: the Christian martyr; Poems by Rosa Mulholland: Christ, the Gleaner.
Baltimore Carmelites to go to Boston; The Carmelite Nuns: The establishment of a convent in Boston; A centennial of great and peculiar interest: The Carmelite Nuns, how the order was established in the United States- rules and habits of life of the strictest of sisterhoods- the beautiful ceremony admitting a novice to the convent; At eve in the Convent: With the Carmelite Nuns during their novena, preparing for the celebration of their centennial.
Perpetual Privilege: Granted on the Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Letter of the Holy Father to Rev. Aloysius Mary Galli, Superior General of the Carmelite Order- translation- the feast in Baltimore, cont.; Our Lady of Mount Carmel; Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel: Devout celebrations at Carmelite Monastery, Roxbury, Mass.; Bishop Brady Officiated: Impressive services at Carmelite Convent, Roxbury: The Feast of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel; Feast of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel.
A Statue presented by Father Didier; Capt. J.S. Maury: Will and Inventory; John S. Maury; The Statue of the Infant Jesus at Prague: A great devotion of the Carmelites.
The Statue of the Infant Jesus at Prague: A great devotion of the Carmelites, cont.; Impressive Ceremonies at Mount Carmel, Boston: Two nuns receive the black veil; Lenten devotions at Mount Carmel; Giving up the World: Miss Annie Hieker takes the black veil at the convent, she came bravely alone from Minnesota to join the Carmelite Order- beautiful sermon by Rev. Charles Warren Currier.
Hundreds of Nuns Mourn: But simplicity o'ershadowed pomp at Sister Mary Irene's funeral, thousands shed tears, streets leading to Church of St. Vincent Ferrers were crowded, distinguished pall-bearers, earyl morning services in the New York Foundling Asylum, which she founded, cont.; At the Boston Carmel: Laying the corner-stone of the new chapel; Boston's Carmel: Laying the corner-stone of the New Monastery.
Mgr. Martinelli's First Visit Here: The distinguished Papal Ablegate warmly received, although he makes his entrance very quietly, his first public appearance at a Carmelite ceremony, Dr. Rooker discusses subjects of interest- Bishop Allen's appointment announced, cont.; Our Lady of Sorrow; Feast of St. Theresa (sic): Observed at Carmelite Convent, Presentation of windows; Patronal Feast of the Boston Carmel.
Patronal Feast of the Boston Carmel, cont.; New Carmelite Convent in Roxbury: Sisters, who can hear the hum of city life, can never be seen by the men and women of the world- Blessed Sacrament received through an iron grating- no sheets on the board beds in the little sleeping cells- vows of chastitiy, poverty and obedience- globe reporter listened to a soft, sweet voice coming out of a drum of varnished wood.
New Carmelite Convent: Sisters, who can hear the hum of city life, can never be seen by the men and women of the world- Blessed Sacrament received through iron grating- no sheets on the board beds in the little sleeping cells- vows of chastity, poverty and obedience- globe reporter listened to a soft, sweet voice coming out of a drum of varnished wood, cont.; Dedication of the Boston Carmel.
Dedication of the Boston Carmel, cont.; The New Mount Carmel Completed; Taking of the Veil at the Boston Carmel; The Boston Carmel: Saints of the order pictured in the chapel windows.
The Boston Carmel: Saints of the order pictured in the chapel windows, cont.; Dead Carmelites: Funeral services over Mother Gabriel and Sister Rose: The highly impressive burial scene described in detail;Gifts to Religion: More than $150,000 bequeathed to Catholic Churches and Institutions, by Miss Winefride Martin, she was a half-sister of Ex-Gov. Downey, of California.
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.
The Late Sister Agnes of the Heart of Jesus, of Carmel, Boston, cont.; Personal; A Brilliant Lecture; No Nationality in the Church; An Anecdote of the Late Pope Leo; The Month of June: Our consecration to the Divine Heart of Jesus,- God and Man.