Found in 451 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence of general nature, retirement gift, invitation for Eucharist, testimonial dinner.
Bishop Murphy sends Sister Patricia a copy of an article from the Tablet of London concerning the situation that presently exists for worldwide Carmelites concerning revised constitution.
S. Patricia informs Bishop Murphy that S. Robin Stratton is volunteering at My Sister's Place, and tells him about state of Carmelite nuns'legislation. Note from Fr. Finian Monahan, previous General re intrigue concerning legislation. Thank you notes.
Regarding correspondence from Sr. Gordon Helene OCD, Latrobe Carmel and her dream for the future.
Paper delivered by Bishop Murphy (and letter to Provincials) concerning the ecclesial dimensions of religious in the church and the church's responsibility to religious in terms of retirement. Given at Misericordia College, PA.
Bishop Murphy encloses paper he gave at Washington Conference focussed on women's issues entitled: A Diocesan Program for Priests: Exposure to Equality Issues" Response of S Patricia Scanlan.
Murphy sends text of a presentation he made in Schenectady, NY: A Time to Speak New Words and Bring New Healing: The U.S.Catholic Bishops' pastoral in response to women's concerns.
Mother Patrica to Bettendorf, for Mother Joanna, in gratitude for good wishes for her golder jubilee.
Procedures for the founding of a new Carmel, as detailed by Peter Thomas and sent to the Vicar Provincial, Oklahoma Province. Annotations naming the procedure that had been followed to that point. Includes mode of procedure, generally.
Peter Thomas and MM Magdalen correspond re validity of election of Mother Seraphim (reelection, term 1926-1929) and its implications.
Concerns Field Afar subscriptions and donations. Including order of 1000 St.Francis Xavier prayer prints.
Lane, as Prefect Apostolic, Fushun Catholic Mission, requests contract of prayer (10/21/1932)--according to typed note on letter. 12/26, mentions prayers, Japanese mission, and Korean church. 7/14, many converts, and asks that they give special place for "our novices"--28 young girls who are preparing to enter the native novitiate we hope to open soon.
Maryknoll Secretary, Sister Joan Marie, relates serious accident (airplane) of Father James Drought who is first assistant to Bishop James E. Walsh, requests prayers.
Permission sought, through Archbishop Shehan and SCRIS, for additional member to be admitted (23rd).
Requests prayers; adoption as priest.
Father Liu writes to ask for assistance at this difficult time, with presence of communists so near. "There is really a Church-Persecution and a wholesale slaughter in Red China."
McGuire requests prayers for his work among youth and in Catholic Action. Will work with Lay missionaries.
Ruth Richardson of Convent of the Sacred Heart, Detroit writes to Mary on the death of Sister Josepha.
S. Patricia asks assistance of Archbishop Borders to get extension of time to draft appropriate answer for future legislation; other community affairs discussed (exclaustration of Maureen O'Brien; beatification of Edith Stein).
S.Patricia thanks S.Apollonia for gift (candy).
John Benelli, Secretary of State sends thanks for letters and gifts of congratulation, one on occasion of Holy Father's celebration of jubilee of ordination to the priesthood (Paul VI).
Questions the resolution about La Via Dell Orazione, and translation, publication. With note from Fr. Thomas Kilduff, giving advice to let someone else translate it since Roxbury has taken so long.
Silverius commends Baltimore Carmel for plans to founding in Philippines. And assures them that a perfect model is St. Joseph's at Avila...it "has not deviated even a hairbreadth from the spirit left to it by St Teresa." She is "still living there such as she was....without even the slightest change or mitigation.
Re transfer of nuns and addition of membership, Silverius accepts reversal of his decision to add nuns made by Archbishop Keough. Question of addition is complicated because of two Baltimore nuns in Philippines.
Details of bicentennial symposium; Rascob grant; and dedication of hermitage.