Found in 179 Collections and/or Records:
Articles in The Catholic Review, March 1, 1989: Archbishop Borders Day: Governor Schaefer honors retiring prelate; Archbishop bids adieu to legislators. Includes an editorial: A ministry worth celebrating.
An Article: 'A real celebration of unity,' Archbishop Borders to be installed, in the Catholic Review, June 21, 1974, describing the plans for Archbishop Borders' installation.
Article: Archibishop Borders becomes leader of See, in The Catholic Review, June 28,1974. Other articles: Mission through unity in diversity, Archbishop Borders speaks on Christian love in a changing world; Reception continues theme; An archbishop is installed (photographs).
Article in The Sun, March 2, 1989 entitled: Archbishop Borders honored at retirement banquet.
A Souvenir Edition of The Catholic Review, March 8, 1989, describing the Testimonial of Archbishop Borders held at the Convention Center in Baltimore on March 1 commemorating his retirement.
Article: The new archbishop: humble and frugal, in The Sun, June 23, 1974.
'Unity in diversity,' an installation supplement in The Catholic Review, June 21, 1974 including: Biography, Statement on youth, Installation committees, Statement on accountability, Letters of welcome, Archdiocesan history.
A newspaper article Baltimore (Catholic) on Feast of St John of the Cross as celebrated at the Boston Carmel. Sermon by Fr. Scully, CSSR excerpted.
Newsarticle from the Boston Pilot on a series of sermons on the Immaculate Conception held at the Boston Carmel and given by D. T. O'Sullivan, SJ, of Boston College.
Newsarticles re: the Nuns attending the Pope's Mass at St Patrick's Cathedral, in the Boston Herald American.
A poem to Father Kreit: Fifty Years on Mt Carmel by Rev John Haffert, 1921; newsarticle: Triduum at Mt Carmel: Solemn Ceremonies in Roxbury will be in honor of the Beatification of Mother Anne of St Bartholomew, a religious in whose arms St Teresa, her companion, died, 1917. (Rev Charles Currier, Sermon.)
"The Mother Superior of a Disclaced Carmelite Convent in the West has written new lyrics for the national hymn, "America.'" In the Brooklyn Tablet.
Bishop John Neumann is Declared a Saint, The Catholic Standard and Times, June 23, 1977 featuring the canonization and local celebrations in Philadelphia.
Article from the National Catholic Reporter: The Carmelites Analyze the Psychologist, Contemplatives' Forum, Repartee which includes Carmelite responses to the article "Carmelites: the grilles hide serious problems." Responders include Sister Mary Carolyne, Fort Worth, Sister Philip, (Laureen Grady), Reno, Rev. Hillary Smith, Houston, and Rev. John Michael Payne, Washington.
The Catholic Review, July 26, 1957, including these articles: Pictures Tell Story of Communion Fast Rules, and Lourdes Pilgrimage will Highlight '58 Archdiocesan Tour.
A newspaper clipping and letter re: the centenary celebration of the Montreal Carmel.
Sun Magazine, Oct 5, 1986: A Voice in Dissent on Charles Curran.
La Ilustracion Espanola Y Americana, Octubre, 1882, (in Spanish), commemorating the Tercentenary of her death. It includes her life and illustrations of the major places and monasteries associated with her life.
Newspaper article: Prayer in Carmel in the Catholic Chronicle. Pictures were taken by the nuns themselves.
Newsarticle: Carmelite Order Plans Open House at Concord, includes a picture of the architect's modle of the new monastery.
Artilce claims to have "first photos ever taken inside a Carmelite convent."
The Catholic Review, Vol. XI, No. 34, Nov 29, 1946, covering the arrival and installation of Archbishop Michael J. Curley, and The Catholic Review, Vol. XII, No. 7, May 23, 1847, covering Archbishop Curley's death and funeral.
Two articles: Contemporary monastery links suburban crossroads and pictures of the dedications of the monastery.
A copy of Inside a Carmelite Cloister... Haven of Joy, Pryaer from The New World, Chicago, 1965.
National Catholic Reporter, Dec 12, 1980 on the death of Dorothy Day. This issue also includes articles on the four church women slain in El Salvador- Maura Clarke, Ita Ford, Jean Donovan, Dorothy Kazel on Dec 2, 1980.
A newsarticle in Harrisburg's The Catholic Witness, By Simply Walking Through a Door ... there is a joyful cloistered place called Carmel.
The Catholic Standard and Times including The 41st International Eucharistic Congress, a supplement, August 12, 1976.
A Varied Life for Nuns at Carmel in Flemington, in The Monitor, November 17, 1972.
New Monastery for Carmelites; Retreats in Former Building, ca 1962. An island of serenity in a turbulent world, from the Sunday Star Ledger, 2/25/1968, on the Flemington Carmel.