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Scope and Content Pamphlets, leaflets, novenas, liturgical booklets, catechisms, pastoral lettters, papal encyclicals, reprints, and miscellaneous issues of periodicals; concerning the history of Catholicism in the United States, Catholic tradition, doctrine, clergy, religious orders, celibacy, Canon Law, Catholic Action, anti- Catholicism, the Bible, the social teaching of the popes, labor unions, scholasticism, immigration; the Second Vatican Council, birth control, saints, the Irish, Catholic missions and...
Fonds — Box: UNDA-CC-0003
Scope and Content Anonymous handwritten historical sketch with extracts of Petit's correspondence; concerning the foundation of the Congregation of Holy Cross in the United States and its condition circa 1857, the spiritual advantages of the Association of Indulgences, and the Potawatomie Indians in the vicinity of South Bend. Also a photocopy of an article from the Ave Maria concerning Petit (1865) and a copy of The Trail of Death: Letters of Benjamin Marie Petit edited by Irving...
Dates: ca. 1857-1865.
Scope and Content Records of the CSRL Board, Corporation, and Executive Director; with committee files and financial records; files on the three sponsoring organizations and on other organizations; on scholars who worked with CSRL; on programs and publications; on topics of interest to CSRL; on CSRL exhibits and the LCWR exhibit; and on significant moments in CSRL history; including correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, press releases, photographs, audio tapes, videos, digital media, and other documents.
Scope and Content Records and papers from the Indiana Province of the Congregation of Holy Cross (CSC); representing the careers of Fr. Edward Sorin 1830-1896; Fr. Alexis Granger 1832-1893; Fr. William Corby 1858-1897; Fr. John A. Zahm 1873-1922; and the provincial administrations of Fr. Andrew Morrissey 1906-1920; Fr. Charles O'Donnell 1920-1926; Fr. George Finnigan 1926-1927; Fr. James Burns 1927-1938; and Fr. Thomas Steiner 1938-1950. Also 1841-1926 records of the Notre Dame CSC Community; 1840-1982 records...
Scope and Content Lists of members with names and dates of the community's deceased, of members taking the habit, and of members making religious profession; a general census of the University of Notre Dame; minute books from meetings of the Local Council (1842-1925), the Provincial Council, and the annual Provincial Chapter (1857-1945); minute books from other local organizations such as the Council of Brothers, the Council of Trades, the Council of Professors, and the Council of the Prefects of Discipline;...
Scope and Content Pamphlets, catechisms, encyclicals, and pastoral letters concerning the lay apostolate, the Mystical Body of Christ, birth control, the Holy Ghost, heaven, forbidden books, worship, marriage and family life, education, parochial schools, conversion, the constitution, communism, college life, Church and State, Catholic Action, the Bible, atheism, the Blessed Virgin Mary, shrines, migration, immigration, refugees, the military, nuns, peace, the poor, prayer, the life of priests and brothers,...
Scope and Content Correspondence concerning the foundation of the Fathers of Mercy in the United States. Includes 34 transcribed and xeroxed letters written between Bach and Fathers Jean Baptiste Rauzan, SPM, and Jacques Le Vassuer, SPM, both of whom were at the Fathers of Mercy House in Paris. Also includes a xerox of a 1932 letter to Thomas McAvoy, CSC, concerning Bach.
Scope and Content A few original manuscripts, but chiefly photocopies, transcriptions, and translations of correspondence and documents concerning the history of the Catholic Church in Kentucky; correspondents include missionary priest Stephen T. Badin and bishops John Baptist David, Benedict Joseph Flaget, Martin John Spalding, Peter Joseph Lavialle, and William George McCloskey. Portraits of Catholic clergy and religious along with photographs and photomechanical prints of Catholic churches,...
Scope and Content Pamphlets, periodicals, and printed ephemera collected by the University of Notre Dame Archives; concerning the history of Catholicism in the United States, Catholic tradition, doctrine, clergy, religious orders, celibacy, Canon Law, Catholic Action, the Bible, the social teaching of the popes, labor unions, scholasticism, immigration; the Second Vatican Council, birth control, saints, the Irish, Catholic missions and missionaries, Catholic education, Fascism, communism, socialism, racism,...
Scope and Content Primarily correspondence; correspondents include Henry Hussman, John B. Quinn, Boniface Rauch, OSB, and Theodore Vose; some of the correspondence involves Ursuline Sisters, School Sisters of Notre Dame, and the Missouri State Historical Society. Also manuscripts of several historical articles, a catalog of Rothensteiner's personal library and of the Rothensteiner collection at Mundelein College; and personal papers of William Faerber (1841- 1905). The Notre Dame University...
Scope and Content Papers (1974-2010) consisting of notes, agenda, reports, correspondence, speeches, articles, writings, and presentations; with files on family issues, adolescents and sex, abortion, in vitro fertilization, birth control, Catholic education, women religious, the role of the laity, the Hastings Center, the National Pastoral Life Center, and the Catholic Common Ground Project and the years of meetings leading up to it.
Scope and Content Papers of Mary Margaret Funk, OSB, including family documents, records of her time as prioress of her monastery and of her involvement in Monastic Interreligious Dialogue, documentation of her experience in Bolivia, texts from her blog, printed material, and drafts and copies of her books. Correspondence, memoranda, outlines, essays, photographs, newsletters, clippings, brochures, and other printed material regarding Contemplative Outreach and its programs, Rev. Thomas Keating, ocso, and...
Scope and Content Executive Director's files, historical data, research files, development files, and copies of Ministry Bulletin; with information on the Midwest Project (diocesan surveys, 1982-1987); documentation of meetings of the board of directors; financial papers; reports and publications of the Center; slide shows, photographs, video tapes, a film, and a cassette audio tape.
Scope and Content Correspondence, organizational records, budgets, newsletters, surveys, memoranda, printed matter, clippings, cassettes, films, and photographs; concerning justice, the role of women in the church, economic and racial inequality, nuclear disarmament, and U.S. policy in Central America. Correspondents include Sisters Ethne Kennedy, SSJ, Marjorie Tuite, OP, Merle Nolde, OSB, Catherine Pinkerton, CSJ, Mary O'Keefe, OP, and Kathleen Keating, SSJ.
Scope and Content Microfilm of a rule book for the Oblates of Providence. The rule book, in French, followed by an English version, details obligations of the superior, oblates, and postulates, tasks to be done, Sunday and feast day observances, guidelines for the school and the children attending it, daily routine, dress, education for the sisters, and reformed constitution in French. The reel contains two copies of the book.
Scope and Content General correspondence files (1960-1990); lecture notes and student papers from courses on canon law taught by Boyle; correspondence and reports from his tenure as president (1964-1965) of the Canon Law Society of America; subject files (1965-1974) on canon law as it affects religious life; correspondence, minutes, memoranda, and financial reports (1974-1983) from Boyle's close association with Stewardship Services Inc. (La Salette Fathers) and the Religious Communities Trust; minutes and...
Scope and Content Printed material concerning the Alexian Brothers, Augustinians, Benedictines, Capuchins, Brothers of the Christian Schools, Cistercians, Claretians, Society of the Divine Word, Dominicans, Franciscans, Glenmary Home Missioners, Congregation of Holy Cross, Jesuits, Josephites, Marianists, Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity, Norbertines, Oblates of Mary Immaculate, Pallotine Fathers, Passionists, Pauline Fathers, Paulists, Society of the Precious Blood, Redemptorists, Sacred Heart...
Scope and Content Printed material concerning the Benedictines, Oblate Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament, Carmelites, Sisters of St. Casimir, Sisters of Charity, Cistercian Nuns, Sisters of St. Clare, Sisters of the Divine Savior, Dominicans, Felician Sisters, Franciscans, Good Shepherd Sisters, Holy Cross Sisters, Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth, Missionary Sisters, Servants of the Holy Spirit, Sisters of Loretto at the Foot of the Cross, Sisters of the Humility of Mary, Sisters, Servants of the...
Scope and Content Pamphlets, leaflets, circulars, biographies, historical sketches, vocation booklets, newsletters, and books from religious orders and congregations throughout the United States, with information on their history, spirit, tradition, and way of life; including Benedictines, Cistercians, Franciscans, Dominicans, Trinitarians, Passionists, Carmelites, Norbertines, Jesuits, Augustinians, Sulpicians, Basilians, Vincentians, Marianists, Poor Clares, Felicians, Trappistines, Ursulines, Sisters of...
Scope and Content Records of Saint Benedict's Farm in Waelder, Texas; including the original Prospectus of a New Monastery, essays and poetry by the founder, George R. Gannon, writings by John Kelly and other members of the community, and financial records; with information on the way of life, activities, and accomplishments of the community. Also Audio-visual material consisting of phonograph albums, audio tapes, a video recording containing music composed and performed by members of Saint...
Scope and Content Correspondence and other documents in the archives of the Congregatio de Propaganda Fide in Rome; involving the Sisters of Loretto, Father Charles Nerinckx, and Bishops Benedict Joseph Flaget, Martin John Spalding, and Francis Patrick Kenrick; letters and typewritten transcripts of letters written by or to Sisters of Loretto, including letters from bishops Simon Bruté, John Timon, CM, George A. Carrell, and Peter Joseph Lavialle; a dissertation entitled "Bishop Joseph Rosati, CM, and the...
Scope and Content Drafts of Pioneer Healers: the History of Women Religious in American Health Care, edited by Ursula Stepsis and Dolores Liptak (New York: Crossroad, 1989). Also printed and photocopied material collected in research for the book, concerning religious ordrs that provide health care; and survey data from these orders, with some related correspondence and summaries of data.
Dates: 1954-1989 (1984-1989).
Scope and Content Correspondence, memoranda, bonds, printed announcements, circulars, clippings, photographs, and religious pictures; concerning the issue of mortgage bonds and loans to churches, hospitals, religious orders, and charitable organizations including the Roman Catholic dioceses of St. Augustine, Baltimore, Detroit, Manila, San Antonio, Santa Fe, Seattle, Galveston, El Paso, Toledo, Chicago, Indianapolis, Altoona, Fort Wayne, Wheeling, Cleveland, Monterey-Fresno, Vancouver, Mobile, and Richmond; the...
Scope and Content Records of the English Province of the Xaverian Brothers, consisting of provincial correspondence (1915-1976), files documenting provincial and regional government, chapters and assemblies (1878-1983), formation and vocations (1952-1987), Xaverian institutions (1872-1995), and individual Xaverians (1848-1997); with fundamental documents and reports (1865-1989), Xaverian histories and biographies (1880-1992), financial records (1876-1975), records of the Board of Governors of Xaverian College,...
Scope and Content Correspondence, memoranda, reports, financial papers, personnel statistics, wills, constitutions, biographies, histories, agreements, bulletins, jubilee booklets, eulogies, newsletters, school newspapers, documentation of general and provincial chapters and convocations, and Xaverian publications; concerning the foundation of the congregation by Theodore James Ryken, its development, government, rule of life, apostolates, schools, and foreign missions, and the formation and spirituality of its...
Scope and Content Office files of the American Province (1875-1960) and of the American Central Province (1960-1974), dossiers (1816-1977), basic documents (1869-1964), financial records (1818-1974), correspondence (1881-1974), and subject files (1896-1973). Correspondents include Martin John Spalding, James Cardinal Gibbons, and many other bishops. Office files of Xaverian institutions (1820-1974); personal papers of Xaverians (1871-1974); with manuscripts of Brother Aubert Downey's Ryken: Life and...
- Monasticism and religious orders 16
- Monasticism and religious orders for women 7
- Birth control 4
- Brothers (Religious) 4
- Peace 4
- Atheism 3
- Bible 3
- Canon law 3
- Catholic Action 3
- Catholic Church -- Bishops -- Correspondence 3
- Catholic education 3
- Celibacy 3
- Clergy -- United States 3
- Communism 3
- Emigration and immigration 3
- Labor 3
- Monastic and religious life 3
- Trade Unions 3
- War 3
- Agnosticism 2 ∧ less
- English 25
- French 2
- German 1
- Clark, Francis P. (Francis Patrick), 1936-1979. 3
- Augustinians 2
- Benedictines. 2
- Cistercians. 2
- Congregation of Holy Cross. Indiana Province 2
- Dominicans. 2
- Flaget, Benedict Joseph, 1763-1850. 2
- Franciscans. 2
- Lavialle, Peter Joseph, 1819-1867. 2
- Marianists. 2
- Passionists. 2
- Ryken, Theodore James, 1797-1871. 2
- Spalding, M. J. (Martin John), 1810-1872. 2
- University of Notre Dame 2
- University of Notre Dame. Archives. 2
- Ursulines. 2
- Vincentians. 2
- Xaverian Brothers 2
- Amat, Thaddeus, 1811-1878. 1
- Bach, Ferdinand Dominic. 1 ∧ less