Monastic and religious life of women
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content Records of the Association of Contemplative Sisters: consisting of early national records (late 1960s); correspondence of national officers (1972-1979); national assembly material; subject files containing regional reports, bishops' files, LCWR files; international files; correspondence and circulars from the files of ACS leaders Betty Enoch, (1978-1979), Lilla Marie Hull (1976-1978), and Anna Mae Dannes, OCD (1986-1989); Sisters Uniting files (1970s) including files concerning interaction...
Scope and Content Records (1957-1994; bulk 1970-1992) of the Consortium Perfectae Caritatis: consisting of bylaws, constitutions, correspondence, memoranda, minutes, agenda, reports, surveys, interviews, articles, clippings, pamphlets, books, programs, liturgies, photographs, and audio tapes; documenting the development of the Consortium, the actions of its administrative board, its general assemblies, and other activities; including material on issues and events of interest to the Consortium (such as...
Dates: 1957-1994 (bulk 1970-1992)
Scope and Content This collection consists of the data, findings, and correspondence related to three studies which Neal conducted: the South African Catholic Education Study, the Jesuit Self-Study for the California and Oregon Provinces, and the Notre Dame International Survey. (A report on the Jesuit Study can be found in Volume III, Chapter 9, of the General Survey of the Society of Jesus, North American Assistancy, edited by Bruce F. Biever, SJ and Thomas M. Gannon, SJ, 1969, National Office of Pastoral...
Scope and Content Agenda, minutes, reports, conference material, correspondence, notes, newsletters, newspaper articles, and ephemera; documenting the formation of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) and its development from its precursor days as the Conference of Major Religious Superiors and Women's Institutes (CMSW); also records of the establishment and early activity of LCWR's Western Region, Region XIV, and records of LCWR's interaction with CMSM (Conference of Major Superiors of...
Scope and Content The Notre Dame Archives is the repository for the Archives of the American Province of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ. The records of the collection consist first of those records generated or collected and kept by the administrative structures of the Province, including the Ancilla Domini Sisters, Inc., corporate board, the Provincial Chapters and Assemblies and the committess associated with them, the Provincial Leadership and its committees, and the departments and offices of the...
Scope and Content Minutes, agenda, programs, reports, curricula vitae, essays, lectures, articles, book reviews, notes, lists, newsletters, brochures, circular letters, memoranda, tape recordings, photographs and correspondence; concerning the Society of Catholic College Teachers of Sacred Doctrine, College Theology Society, Fellowship of Catholic Scholars, Manresa Educational Corporation, Conference of Major Superiors of Women, Leadership Conference of Women Religious, Consortium Perfectae Caritatis, Sister...
Scope and Content Letters, manuscripts, and typewritten transcripts of letter books and manuscripts (1809-1976); minutes of governing boards and officers of Bardstown, Kentucky (1782-1826), Washington County, Kentucky (1789-1807), and Nazareth, Kentucky (1830-1932); sacramental records, annals, lists, biographical sketches, and historical sketches; and translations of documents from the archives of the Congregatio de Propaganda Fide in the Vatican; with information on Ignatius A. Reynolds, Francis Chambige,...