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Cloister and Community: Life Within a Carmelite Monastery
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Cloister and Community: Life Within a Carmelite Monastery

By Weaver, Mary Jo

Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2002. (xi) 112 pages, numerous b/w photos, photo credits, chapter notes, additional notes, some important dates; 4to, black cloth. Fine, dust jacket very good 2 small tears rear,. History of the Indianapolis Carmelites including their changes after Vatican II Signed on title page by author. The monastery was disbanded with the nuns ending t heir years at the Franciscan Motherhouse at Oldenburg, Indiana. The monastery became a minor seminary for the Arachdiocese of Indfianapolis. Anot her, more traditional Carmelite Monastery was formed as an offshoot at Terre Haut e, Indiana, in the 1950's and still exists. First Printing. Hard Cover. Fine/Ver y Good.


Spiritual Powerhouse: Trd Order of St. Dominic

By Wendell, Francis N., O.P.

New York: Third Order of St. Domi\nic 96 pp, 12mo, blue wraps stapled booklet. Cover light wear, very good. Paperback. Very Good.


Life and Letters of Janet Erskine Stuart: Superior General of the Socieity of the Saced Heart 1857-1914

By Monahan, Maud

London: Longmans Green, 1961. (ix) 524 pp, introducdtion Cardinal Bourne, index, b/w plates, 8vo, blue cloth. Orignally published 1922, later printing. Small label & residue inside front cover, spine ends slightly sunned, good, contents very good, no dust jacket. Hard Cover. Good.


Carmel of the Resurrection 1922-1997, 75th Year Anniversary

By McGoff, Jean Alice, OCD

Carmel 49 pp, numerous b/w phoos, oblong 4to, pictorial front wraps. Tiny piece missing bottom spine, near fine, contents fine. Paperba ck. Near Fine.


The Castle on he Hill: Centennial History of the Convent on the Immaculate Conception, Ferdinand, Indiana, 1867-1967

By Dudine, Sister M. Frederica, O.S.B

Milwaukee: Bruce, 167. (xvi) 330 pp, appendix, bibliography, index, b/w plates, 8vo, blue cloth. Inside covers/blank endpapers lightly shadowed, near fine; dust jacket spine faded, edge wear, pieces missing rear, good. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Good.


Mat rology: A Bibliography of Writings by Christian Women from the First to the Fifteenth Centuries
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Mat rology: A Bibliography of Writings by Christian Women from the First to the Fifteenth Centuries

By Kadel, Andrew

0826406769: Continuum, 1995. 192 pp, appendix, bibliography, indices, black boards, 8vo. Fine, near fine dust jacket. Hard Cover. Fi ne/Near Fine.


The Jesuits in History: The Society of Jesus thro;ugh Four Centuies

By Harney, Martin P. S. J

New York: America Press, 1941. (xvi) 513 pp, appendices, bibliography, index, 8vo, green cloth. Spine title faded, spine ends/corner tips lightly worn, good, contents very good, no dust jacket. Hard Cover. Good.


History of Benedictine Nuns

By Hilpisch, Stephanus, O.S.B

Collegeville: St. John.'s Abbey, 1958. Ex lib. 122 pp, congregations, foundation ancestry charts, bibliography, index, orange cloth. Cover spine numbers, tape marks, stamps inside cover, endpapers stamps, pocket residue, pocket back endpaper, good-, contents very good; dust jacket label on spine, worn, good-. Good/Fair.


History of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Carondeletin the Troy Province, 1858-1936

By Phelan, Right Reverend Thomas P., Intro

Troy, NY: Argus Press, 1936. 405 pages, list of Foundations, List of Sister, numerous sepia plates, illustrated endpapers; 8vo, brown/red cloth, blind stamped figure front cover. A few light spots top edge of text block, light wear cover, name front, paper, Very good, contents near fine. Hardcover. Near Fine.


Historical Sketch of the Convent and Academy of the Sisters of St. Francis in Oldenburg, Indiana, and of the Work of Their Community in the Unitrd States. A Souvenir of the Golden Jubilee Celebrated 1901

Oldenburg: Sisters of St. Francis, 1901. 289 pages, numerous b/w photos, list of illustrations, appendix; 8vo, bright blue cloth/gilt decorations front cover, decorated endpapers. Near fine,no dust jacker, name front endpapers; slight rubbing bottom edge of cove. Hardcover. Near Fine.


Jesuit Education: An Essay on the Foundatiomns of Its Idea

By Donohue, John W., S. J

New York: Fordham University, 1963. (xviii) 221 pages, notes, appendix, index; 8vo, dark red cloth. Fine; no dust jacket. Hardcover. Fine.


When the Sorghum was High: A Narrative Biography of Father Gerard A. Donovan of Pittsburgh, Pennsyvania, a Maryknoll Missioner Slain by Bandits In Manchukuo

By Considine, John Joseph

New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1941. 182 pages, b/w plates, 8vo, orange cloth. Signed, dated April 14, 1946, by the author front end paper. Cover spine ends bumped, bookplate inside front cover, a few spots 2 pages margins, very good-; no dust jacket. Signed by Author. Hard Cover. Very Good.


All the Day Long: James A. Walsh, cofounder of Maryknoll

By Sargent, Daniel

New York: Longmans, Green & Company, 1941. (x) 259 pages, b/w photo plates, notes; 8vo, brown cloth. Very good; np dust jacket. Hard Cover. Very Good.


Life of Reverend Mother Mary Teresa of Jesus Gerhardinger: Foundress and Superior General of the Congregation of the Poor School Sisters of Notre Dame

By Friess, Rev. Frederick

Baltimore: St. Mary's Industrial School Press, 1907. Ex lib seminary library. 341 pages, frontis, 8vo, dark red boards, gilt titles, beveled edges. Label/tape residue spine, titles dimmed on spine, bright on front cover, library stamps, pocket, good; contents very good; no dust jacket. Hard Cover.


Nuns of the Battlefield

By Jolly Ellern Ryan

Providence, RI: Providence Visitor Press, 1927. 336 pages, frontis photo, bibliography, 8vo, dark green ribbed cloth. Details the work of Sisters in various orders during the Civil War primarily. Spine ends lightly bumped, blank front endpaper removed, no other defects, very good; no dust jacket. Hard Cover. V ery Good.


The Redemptorist Centenaries: 1732 Founding of the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer - 1832 Establishment in the United States

By Byrne, John F., C. SS. R

Philadelphia: Dolphin Press, 1932. (xx) 628 pages, frontis/tiue guard, bibliography, index of names; large 8vo, navy ribbed cloth. Near fine, no dust jacket. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine.


The Life of Father Hecker

By Elliott, Rev. Walter

New York: Columbus Press, 1894. (xvii) 428 pages b/w plates, appendix; 8vo, green pebbled cloth. Father Hecker , a convert to Catholicism, founded the Paulist Fathers. Very good, cover spine slight end wear, 2 spots, small scuff front endpaper; no dust jacket . Second Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.


The Spirit of Mercy: The Sisters of Mercy in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, 1858-1958

By Evans, Mary Ellen

Westminster, MD: Newman Press, 1959. (xi0, 346 pages, foreward by Archbishop Karl J. Alter, b/w plates, notes, bibliography, index; 8vo brown cloth. Near fine, bookplate front endpaper; dust jacket very good, light edge wear. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Ver y Good.


The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Kentucky

By McGill, Anna Blanche

New York: Encyclopedia Press, 1917. 436 pages, b/w plates, appendix, index; 8vo, blue cloth. Front endpaper rmoved, ink notes regarding superiors, etc., appendix and index, a few pages underlining, light wear spine ends/corner tips, small snag bottom cover edge, bookplate/no name inside front cover, good; contents very good; no dust jacket. Hard Cover. Good.


Out of Nazareth: A Centenary of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth in the Services=of th Church

By DeChantal, Sister M., C.S.F.N

New York: Exposition Press, 1974. (xii) 375 pages, a few b/w plates, foreward John Cardinal Krol, notes and references, indices; 8vo, brown cloth Very good-; dust jacket very good, light edge wear. Stated First Edition. Hard Cover. Good/Ver y Good.


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