Found in 451 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence with Cardinal Ferdinand Cento, Protector of the Teresian Carmel and letter which Cento sent to Anastasius of the Holy Rosary re his appointment to protector of the order; addenda 10/1/1961.
An address and papal blessing conveyed to "Our Beloved Son Anastasius," on the occasion of his pilgrimage to Mt Carmel.
Paper delivered at Vietnam Memorial, June 1983, on "The Nuclear Threat and Human Solidarity"=the Church's Mission of Peace; National Assembly of Religious Brothers, Prayer vigil.
Paper delivered for World Day of Peace Message: Sent to Bring Peace, position paper for colloquium on "The Church and Nuclear Arms"
Talk given at Cathedral of St. James, Brooklyn: A Shepherd Speaks out on Woman as Person in Church and Society.
Correspondence from Lubumbasi Carmel, Elizabethville, Congo. Postcards, newsletter and Account of 1964 Congo war, sent from Wheeling Carmel.
A Newsletter, in French, signed by Sister Mary Joseph Almazan, Moundasso; Church of Nouna-Dedougou; and from Brother Emmanuel, on behalf of diocese. She tells them that regular life began there in 1980.
Father Benjamin of the Trinity writes of plans to celebrate the silver jubilee of superior general, Anastasius of the Holy Rosary.
Erection of the Institutum Historicum Teresianum at Generalate in the International College, in Rome, the "Teresianum"
Guidelines presented to Leadership Committee for Fund Raising (Charitable, Religious and Education) in Archdiocese.
Carmelite Friars of Indonesia request aid for "only foundation of Carmelite Friars in South-East Asia.
Re benediction and exposition of the Blessed Sacrament for every day of June. Some other feasts, but according to new rubrics. Cardinal Gibbons.
Re exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, all day Sunday; Octave of foundation day, July 21. Benediction on 7/4; 7/21; Thanksgiving Day.
Permission to commute the Divine Office for recitation of other prayers. Luke of Holy Mary requesting. Sacred Congregation of Rites.
Permission to celebrate feasts of St. Isaac Jogues, Brebeuf, Peter Claver, and Our Lady of Guadalupe. Sacred Congregation of Rites.
Luke of Holy Mary, relaying petition to Sacred Congregation of Rites for Permission for a fourth lay Sister.
Permissions granted by Joseph Nelligan, for exposition and profession; and to see diamond brooch to help needy Carmels in Europe. (Mo Mary Magdalen Brunck.)
Joseph Nelligan, permissions: Exposition, use of speak room, canonical examiner, appointment of new Ecclesiastical superior: Joseph Ells.
This is an altered version of Curley's letter re canonical visitation (see folder no. 32, Box No. 1, following) In this, Curley expresses gratitude for Carmelites and their excellent way of life as reviewed by Msgr, Nelligan after his visitation. Encourages them to continue in the same style. Omits extended talk re favoritism.
Concerns the "ordinary law of discipline:" when it is dispensed, when it is regularly to be used.
Typed copy of horarium for Holy Saturday.
Typed one page summary of procedure at time of visitation of Father Visitor.
On reverse of holy card, typed introduction to Divine Office, given by hebdomadary, beginning with "Deus, in adjutorium meum intende."
Typed notes on rubrics: proper conclusion of hymns, and commemoration of all souls.
Method of saying psalter prayers; time for reciting Divine Office for deceased nuns; method of saying "small stations for Good Friday."