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Gavaert writes from Hongkong, Scheut Mission; in thanks for mission support, building church; his illness.
Rev. Peter Kuo writes on behalf of the Chinese Sisters of Our Lady of China, their needs, in newly organized native diocese of Kia-Yee, Formosa, Free China.
Re headdress of Sisters who drive cars.
Conan Fitzmaurice writes from Nigel, Transvaal, South Africa, to Mother Mary Magdalen and tells of work of religion there. Mentions Our Lady of Fatima, Lipa. Refers to Fr Eliseus, OCD, in India, the fact that there are many vocations to the seminary but no money to educate them, ands tells her that there are about 3000 Carmelites in India: Fathers, Brothers and Sisters, Some are Latin Rite and some Syriac.
Callahan discusses seven dolor beads and continued indulgences.
Correspondence advising Prioress that one of Pope's candles designated for capitols of the world is to be given Baltimore Carmel. Gratitude of prioress. His acknowledgement of check, and visit to Carmel.
Eleanor Flynn was in Carmel briefly, now is a teacher in New York, has visited the Carmel in Newport; She is 3rd order.
Gossman comments on appointment as Bishop of Raleigh, expresses gratitude to Carmel, extends invitation to attend ceremonies.
Will give retreat to Sisters, February 6-15.
Finian of the Queen of Carmel: re donations for needy Carmels of women; reception of $100 towards $1000 pledged. Other money.
Gossman writes to confirm appointments, in thanksgiving, and congratulation.
Fr. Breheny, Glenmary, requested prayers for missionary parish, Scott County, Virginia.
Keenan asks for prayers for Tertian Fathers of Auresville, 1959; Oblate Fathers, worldwide; cannot give the retreat during Lent; maybe at new house.
Dr Kirby (surgeon of nuns), writes in gratitude for letters written at time of his illness.
In gratitude for contributions of Sisters to Mission funds, Bishop's Relief Fund, Catholic Charity Fund, Victims of War, etc. Some community comment.
Correspondence of general nature; 9/28/1953; he is going to dedication ceremonies of new North American College of which he is trustee; Marian Year; 5/11/1954: on Sponsa Christi and duties of those dedicated to contemplative; prayer intentions; archdiocesan business.
Deimel writes to S. Patricia concerning the Redemptorist mission and "permanent residence" in Campo Grande, Caixa Postal, Brazil.
Kirchgessner writes about the life and death of friend, Rev. Joseph Reith, SJ, whose missionary work was exemplary, especially work he did in Malaybalay, P.I, at San Isidro Parish where he died. (Born in Baltimore, confirmed by Cardinal Gibbons, spent whole Jesuit life in PI (including internment by Japanese).
Form letters; Offer to send spiritual conference proceedings given by Pius XII (radio talks); and on Mediterranean interview of Florence (on peace).
Gossman writes in thanksgiving for contributions to Hunger collection, food committees.
Kirk refers to holy water fonts in use in Louisville, Ky. Also refectory table and benches, as in Barrington, RI; discusses plans for reception at Dulaney Valley Rd. And fence to be built there. Illustrations of fence wire; shelving, etc.
As representative of Willet Stained Glass Co, she tells Sisters that they want to have stained glass window in new Cathedral which commemorates Port Tobacco beginnings and Carmelites. Executed window commemorates Teresa, Therese and Simon Stock. Corresp also from Robert Walsh; drawings.
Donation of Dr. Frank J. Ayd., Jr, President of Ayd Foundation, Baltimore, for $2,500.
Refers to a missing picture of Aisquith Street, allegedly belonging to Irv Klein's brother. Klein does not believe it will be located.
Walsh solicits prayers to missionaries; 30 young men in major seminary; 40 at Scranton; 14 in Los Altos; requests prayers for mission in Sancian. Diary sent by missionaries there.