Found in 451 Collections and/or Records:
Ingratitude for gifts received from S. Apollonia (no address)
THird Order members introduce themselves.
S.Turibius asks for prayers for family at time of sudden death of her brother Vincent, a Dominican novice, killed in plane crash.
Bishop Murphy, in acknowledgment of points discussed with Cardinal Shehan. His own accident.
Regarding indulgences for jubilee year for those who can not make pilgrimage; they are "impediti" and can gain it.
MM Magdalen answers the criticism introduced by Sister Genevieve concerning the "experimentation" in Divine Office. MM Magdalen believes she is within the guidelines; most are peaceful about changes. In defense, she states her age, the composition of present population.
General correspondence and with regard to upcoming election at which he will preside.
Concerning elections over which Murphy will preside; and on news of his retirement, 1984.
Murphy discusses general topics, but questions some aspects of renewal developed at Carmel (and open atmosphere), especially prison ministry of S Mary Eileen McNamara.
Murphy gives permission re: Institute to be conducted by S Innocentia; liturgy during 40 years; re lay sisters and their decisions. Demurs on decisions outside his jurisdiction: age of novice mistress; experimentation in divine office.
McKeldin is grateful for gifts; discusses Boyce Avenue and Dulaney Valley Rod; his hospitization; attendance at Catholic liturgy when travelling and no Episcopal church available(11/7/1960).
A mission letter from Rangoon, Burma.
Gratitude for kindness during his stay. Hopes for Carmelite monastery in Raleigh.
W. Born, CSSp writes to Mother M. Magdalen, from Harrismith, in gratitude for the native-reserve church and mission.
Request of Prioress, Sister Constance FitzGerald, for assistance in retirement fund--special collection for elderly and infirm priests and religious. Gratitude for $2,000 allocation for retirement needs by Bishop Borders. Request of Borders for Constance to sit on review board for emergency fund requests.
Borders informs S. Patricia Scanlan, Prioress of Center for Training and Consultation for Clergy and Religious. Request for financial support.
Donaghy cannot give retreat; he has "the highest admiration and deepest affection for the Carmelites."
Driscoll, gratitude and request for prayers for mission field in Jamshedpur, Bihar, India. Only 38 vocations this year; not enough.
William Mahoney, President of Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, sends contribution of $500. for new monastery.
Re elections and Sr. Ignatius' 45th anniversary.
On elections, Carmelite Guild Mass, 1988; Cardinal Hamer's declining invitation to meet re legislation draft; MM Magdalen's being at Mercy Villa; Shalom's transfer to Mercy Sisters.
Re permission for extension of exclaustration for three years for Maureen O'Brien.
Newman confirms temporary transfer of S. Shalom Belnick; other general news.
Thank yous from Bishop Newman and Office of Vicar.
Father Bishop (Glenmary founder), asks for spiritual contract between the American Society of Catholic Home missions and Baltimore Carmel.
Re contribution of Irving Blum, Samuel Blum Foundation.
Sister Constance informs Archbishop Borders of her planned trip to Philippines and other Asian destination, purpose of trip, plans.
Clement Mary (with note from William of St. Albert): postcard re visit, 1935; on elections; grantitude for donations and money sent; other business.