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Newsletters from Hsinchu Carmel for 1960-1962, including an article on Cardinal Tien, Taipei and his educational aims, published 5/30/1960
William Castellan, OCD, Superior of Carmelite Mission in China at Peiping, writes about difficult conditions because of Communists; help is needed; and is received with gratitude.
Entitled "After my visit to our Monasteries and Convents in the USA" He encourages use of English language; reliance on prayers of the nuns; evangelization.
Song: "Carmelite 'Idears' on How to Build a New Monastery." To the tune of "O Paddy Dear And Did You Hear" Historical reference: "After many eventualities and disappointments they finally (April 1958) arranged to purchase a plot of 26 acres north of Baltimore on the Dulaney Valley Road. 'Mr. Knott' in the song is the builder." Written by HJK, April 30, 1958.
Standard questionnaire for applicants; on personal health. Two pages.
Conference entitled "Industriae", based on one issued from Rome in 1600 by Fr. Claude Aquaviva, then General of the Society of Jesus, remarks on care and cure of those spiritually ill. Also used by S. Ignatius. With pencilled annotation by Mother Mary Magdalen, "Not to be given out." Typescript, approximately 40 pp. Given by W. Coleman Nevils, S.J., President of the University of Scranton at the first session, June 1944 and 2nd session, 1945 of the Scranton Institute for Religious.
Anastasius of the Holy Rosary: his visit to Singapore and a rough sketch of his conversations with members; discussions of conditions of other Carmels in Europe, etc.
Father Beuman tells of desperately poor of Brazil.
Murray first writes for prayers so that he will have to courage to give priests' retreats; in second letter refers to move to Dulaney Valley and states that he is oldest one giving retreats at this point.
Fr Stallings of St Clare's Baltimore writes in gratitude for prayers for carnival.
Review writes to Philadelphia Sisters to explain that article they mentioned was never published in their review. Annotation that the article "Carmelogia" appeared, instead, in the American Catholic Quarterly Review. It was written by Mother Augustine of the Mother of God (Tuckerman).
Cicognani writes to Mother Patricia to offer sympathy on death of Mother Seraphim.
Letters of gratitude to Mother Mary Magdalen and community for contributions to the Holy Father, at Christmas time ($100.00) and at Peter's Pence ($200.00). Signatures: Cicognani, and Auditor, Achille Lupi.
Anastasius, Prior of Genoa, requests aid in rebuilding Genoa monastery, destroyed by war. (It is St. Ann, the first to be founded outside Spain while St John of the Cross still lived.
Anastasius write Mother Celine to congratulate community on 400th anniversary of the death of St Teresa; and on renewal of first American foundation (remove to Dulaney Valley)
Correspondence to Florence, Italy, on celebration of the silver jubilee of the canonization of Therese Marguerite, of Florence Carmel, by Anastasius of the Holy Rosary.
Anastasius comments on new monastery, celebratins for anniversary of St Teresa; and letter signed by Carmels of Baltimore, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Concord, Reno.
Mother Celine Arnold writes to Anastasius of the Holy Rosary concerning results of voting on norms for renewal, adaptations necessary for today's heritage and tomorrow's generations; St Louis meeting's success.
Mother Dengel asks Carmel to join their "League of Gratitude" Work is new; hospital in India; their little community has only 9 members at present; prayers for "right kind of emancipation of the Indian women. She hopes for contemplative orders in the orient.
Two letters from Anna Dengel, 9/15/1944, on Indian community of MM Sisters. ist reception ceremony held; 4 sisters received the habit. Requests prayers. Maternity Institute in Sante Fe opened by Archbishop Byrne. And home mission for colored in Atlanta. 2/11/1959, opening of Generalate; 3rd letter, from Mother Benedict, SCMM, Provincial; gratitude and request.
Requests prayers; now have 18 members; and 19 requests to establish missions in the Orient. They have performed 200 baptisms in 1930.
Mar Gregorios reviews visit to their monastery; in gratitude for kindnesses; has received 170 Jacobites; concern over communist regime in Kerala State. Teachers Colleges has been started and model high school. W
Bishop Lane comments on the new Carmel mission to Philippines (11/19/1946); in 6/19/1947, speaks of Communist infiltration of Fushun, and that 2 Chinese Maryknollers are in hands of Communists. 9/17/1947, is happy to know that Carmelite Sisters are in PI, and had help from Maryknoll along the way.
Bro. Vincent, CFX, writes from Belgian Congo; he is very grateful for "arsenal of prayer" and for Christmas donation.
Contribution from Bishop McEntegart for new monastery.