Found in 451 Collections and/or Records:
Michael Angel, decree in honor of conferring "Doctor of the Church" title on Saint Teresa, including liturgical faculties for celebrating triduum in her honor, signed A. Bugnini, Secretary, and letter concerning ceremony.
Official decree, in Latin, with official translation, from Lawrence J. Shehan authorizing move from Biddle Street to Dulaney Valley Road. Seal of Archdiocese. Accompanying letter from Chancellor (Hopkins).
The Five Acts (Adoration, Thanksgiving, Love, Atonement, Petition) said daily; and three acts, said each Friday: the repairer, the adorer, the mediator. Prioress's copy.
Hymn, Jerusalem, "The Holy City." Typescript.
Miscellaneious copies of novena in honor of St. Ann, said from 17th to 26th inclusive July. One is prioress' copy, from St. Ann's shrine, Buffalo; 2nd, from Church of the Gesu.
Prayer for our archbishop, among M. Seraphim's papers.
Prayer for peace, written by Pope Benedict XV, prioress' copy. One copy printed, in 1915.
Typed copy of prayer of Venerable de la Colombiere.
Feastday poems, one to Sister Regina on the day of her holy profession, 11/24/1910; second by her, to Mother Seraphim, for feast day in 1926.
Poem, feast day and silver jubilee year: 1924, of Mother Seraphim Byrnes. Entitled " Of all the noble sentiments..."
Poem for Reverend Mother's Feastday, 12/2/1934. Typescript, 3 pages. Unauthored, the work of S.Regina Holmes.
Biographies of Charles, Leonard, Francis, including insights into personalities of each, from Woodstock Jesuit archives, copies supplied by L. Kelly, researches.
A typed copy of a biographical sketch by Benedict Fenwick (with ending by Clare Joseph) but also including a second brief study, possibly by another Carmelite, or Jesuit. Gift of Timothy Barret, to S. Teresa, in 1930.
Biographical sketch of Louise, Helen Marie of the Eucharist, cousin of Therese, written by Sister Agnes of Jesus, from the Monastery of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Conception of the Carmelites of Lisieux.
Inquiry from R. Michael Powell, III, of St. Louis Missouri, about a certain Leonora Grace, family member who entered Carmel. Response.
Norms for applying the new rubrics in monasteries of our nuns, 1960, by Anastatius of the Holy Rosary. Typescript, 2 pages.
Norms regulating the implementation of the constitutions on the Sacred Liturgy for the Discalced Carmelite Nuns, 1965, by Anastasius.
Issues of the Mt Carmel Supplement (bimonthly editions) containing questions and answers relative to special Carmelite predicaments, e.g., dismissal, illness, number of new members taken, etc.
Correspondence from William of St Albert on not fasting on the feast of the Sacred Heart and also corrections of the Office of St John of the Cross.
A summary of the visitation of Very Reverend William of St. Albert, the superior general of the Carmelite Order, as the first visit of a general of the order since their coming to the United States in 1790.
A typescript, of article that appeared in "Bijdragen tot de Geschiedenis, bijzonderlijk van het oud Hertogdom Brabant," Reeks III, Jaar V, nr. 3. and entitled "The Enlgish Carmelites at Hoogstraten (1678-1794) by Dr. L. Antheunis. This article summarized the history at both Hoogstraten and in England. Well documented. 10 pages plus footnotes. Lists of Sisters.
Inventory: 3 chalices, 3 patens, 3 monstrances, 2 ciboria; plus items brought in 1790.
List of papers and documents in Reverend Mother's box (mementos, poems, prayers, historical accounts, novenas listed.
A list of Carmelite addresses in Europe, the Mid-East, Africa, and Asia.
Summary of correspondence between Darlington, Lanherne, and Chichester.