Found in 451 Collections and/or Records:
Congratulations for the 400th anniversary and the dedication of new monastery.
Joseph Reith, SJ and Ralph Lynch, SJ, write in gratitude for gifts received for Philippines missions. (Misamis and Bukidnon)
Sister Patricia writes letter at time of Shehan's resignation admitting of sadness and loss: "For ourselves, we want to thank you for quietly supporting our sincere efforts to renew, to grow and to foster deep contemplative prayer in our own community and through collaboration among contemplatives in this country." In 1978, several letters marking his 55th anniversary of ordination and 80th birthday.
Correspondence with Sister Patricia Scanlan, regarding efforts to get approval for the statutes of the Association of Discalced Carmelite Nuns of the Holy Spirit or Carmelite Communities Associated (CCA); frustration under Cardinal Pironio and reattempts with Cardinal Hamer, 1989.
Gratitude for prayers, gifts. Aware of need for new location; will assist in that.
Customs and Ceremonial, Novitiate Copy, used for Holy Week.
Eve of profession, customs, ceremony.
Bound Customs book, with contents and index pages at end; 135 pp. 1913.
Customs Book, Choir Copy, miscellaneous prayers and customs, in use in 1930s.
The Customs of the Discalced Carmelite Nuns, to supplement Our Holy Constitutions and Ceremonial. Taken from Les Usages Reguliers des Carmelites Deschausses, published by the Discalced Carmelites of Montelimar, France, and approved by Luke of St.John of the Cross, with additions from the Customs of the Discalced Carmelite Nuns, Baltimore, Maryland, Brought into Conformity with the new text of our holy Constitutions approved in 1926 and of our Ceremonial approved in 1928.
Customs, exhortation to postulants, at requesting admission; direction of inquiring by ordinary.
Extracts from the customs book, various customs, and customs sanctioned by tradition. Typed. List of Days of Exposition.
Extracts from Customs books, including mortifications and penances in refectory.
Directives given by P.N. Marie Eugene of the Infant Jesus for the Novitiate; miscellaneous extracts on formation of Novices, procedures for clothing and vows ceremonies. Of what formation classes consist. Interview with applicants.
Infomration for applicants: 5 lists of requirements for postulants to bring at time of admission; various articles of clothing and other items to be brought by postulant.
Miscellaneous prayers and customs, used in novitiate, compiled in 1934. Some statistics about foundations; document from the Very Reverend Father General Concerning the Fast, 1930; contract with English Carmels; chaplet of St. Bridget (p.26)
Customs Book, containing miscellaneous Carmelite prayers and customs, compiled in the 1940s; some statistics regarding some personnel and American foundations (80-81), nuns professed by Mother Seraphim (24); dates from "Carmel in America", names and dates of nuns who have died at Biddle Street from 1900: S.Juliana, Louise, Mary, Ann, Joseph, Ursula, Barbara= average age 74 6/7 years; since 1925, four more. Excerpts from St. Teresa.
Typescript, extracts of Montelimar Customs.
Part I of III parts, Montelimar Customs.
Part II of III parts; pp. 83-216.
Part III of III parts; pp. 217-266, with index.
Regular Customs of the Discalced Carmelite Nuns, to Supplement the Constitutions and Ceremonial of the Order, Taken from "Les Usages Reguliers des Carmelites Dechaussees" published by the Discalced Carmelites of Montelimar, France, approved by Our Most Reverend Father General, Luke of St. John of the Cross.With Additional Instructions for the Offices and Some Customs for Certain Feasts, etc. Copied 1948, Baltimore Carmel. 194 pp. S. Patricia Hagerty.
Customs regarding mortification in refectory. Typed manuscript, ca. 1930s
Book of customs, arranged in alphabetical order, for Mother Patricia Hagerty. From Applicant to Speak Room.
Customs, office of the provisor, ca. 1930s. Typed copy; 7 pages.
Customs, prayers said by Mistress of Novices on entrance of a postulant to the novitiate.
Customs, extracts from Customs book related to reading in refectory.
Typed copy, for Reverend Mother, including miscellaneous Carmelite prayers and customs. 39 pp.
Decree of Francis Keough, accepting right of nuns to take solemn vows.