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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 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 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 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).
- Subject: Monasticism and religious orders for women X
- Monasticism and religious orders for women 7
- Monasticism and religious orders 3
- Abortion 1
- African Americans -- Education 1
- Birth control 1
- Catholic Church -- Bishops -- Correspondence 1
- Catholic Church -- Missions 1
- Catholic authors 1
- Catholic historians 1
- Catholic universities and colleges 1
- Church work with the sick -- United States -- History 1
- Equality 1
- Fertilization in vitro 1
- Justice 1
- Kentucky -- Church history 1
- Laity 1
- Letters 1
- Medical care -- United States -- History 1
- Missions -- New York 1
- Monasticism and religious orders for women -- United States 1 ∧ less
- French 1
- German 1
- Ursulines. 2
- Vincentians. 2
- Amat, Thaddeus, 1811-1878. 1
- Augustinians 1
- Basilians 1
- Benedictines 1
- Benedictines. 1
- Bruté, Simon, 1779-1839. 1
- Carmelites 1
- Carrell, George A. (George Aloysius), 1803-1868. 1
- Catholic Church. Congregatio de Propaganda Fide. 1
- Catholic Common Ground Initiative 1
- Catholics Act for ERA 1
- Cistercians 1
- Cistercians. 1
- Clark, Francis P. (Francis Patrick), 1936-1979. 1
- Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul 1
- Dignity / USA 1
- Domenec, Michael, 1816-1878. 1
- Dominicans 1 ∧ less