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Sisters of Charity (New York, N.Y.)

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Works: 37 works in 55 publications in 2 languages and 1,101 library holdings
Genres: Diaries  Archives  Textbooks  Pictorial works 
Classifications: BX4705.S57, 271.9102
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Most widely held works by Sisters of Charity (New York, N.Y.)
Mother Seton, mother of many daughters by Charles I White( Book )

2 editions published in 1949 in English and held by 258 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The first Christmas : a sacred operetta by Isabel Mason( )

1 edition published in 1955 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Fiftieth anniversary of our Bahama missions under the patronage of Mary Immaculate, 1889-1939 by N.Y.) Sisters of Charity (New York( Book )

1 edition published in 1939 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ministries/Institutions collection by N.Y.) Sisters of Charity (New York( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Manuel de bienséances( Book )

1 edition published in 1964 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Our life with God religion series( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Marillac House (Chicago, Ill.) records by Ill.) Marillac House (Chicago( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, minutes, financial records, studies, reports, and other papers (primarily in the form of photocopies) of Marillac House, a social settlement house on the West Side of Chicago operated by the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent DePaul, a Roman Catholic order. Topics include African Americans, neighborhood organizations, race relations, and social action
Mother Generals/Presidents collection by N.Y.) Sisters of Charity (New York( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Included are biographical essays, life and career chronologies, diaries, portrait photographs, obituaries, condolence letters and descriptions of funerals, some genealogical notes, holy cards, speeches, and writings on religious topics; correspondence, reports, writings, and clippings generated by their careers as teachers, nurses, and hospital administrators; and reports, correspondence, and memos concerning the administration of the order. A small amount of personal correspondence, and two citizenship certificates (of Mother Regina Lawless, 1867, and Mother Mary Ambrosia Sweeney, 1870) are included. All the Mother Generals (the two most recent ones are called Presidents) are represented. With their terms in office, they are: Elizabeth Boyle, 1846-1849; Mary Jerome Ely (Mary Ann Ely), 1849-1885; Angela Hughes, 1855-1861; Mary Regina Lawless, 1870-1876; Mary Ambrosia Sweeney (Eliza Sweeney), 1885-1891; Mary Rosina Wightman, 1891-1894; Mary Rose Dolan, 1894-1900; Mary Melita McClancy (Ellen T. McClancy), 1900-1906; Mary Josepha Cullen, 1906-1921; Mary Dolores Dunne, 1912-1915; Marie Vincentia McKenna, 1921-1941; Mary Dionysia Howland, 1927-1932; Miriam Regina Walsh (Susan Augustine Walsh), 1932-1935; Mary Josephine Taafe, 1941-1948; Mary Berchmans Reed, 1948-1954; Mary Fuller, 1954-1960; Loretto Bernard Beagan, 1960-1966; Evelyn Schneider, 1966-1971; and President Sister Margaret Dowling, 1971-1979; and President Sister
Elizabeth Ann Seton collection by N.Y.) Sisters of Charity (New York( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

City of Yahweh by N.Y.) Sisters of Charity (New York( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Pope Paul VI announces the canonization of Mother Seton by Paul( Recording )

1 edition published in 1975 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Elizabeth Ann Seton was first Saint born in America, a friend of George Washington, a former Episcopalian, founder of the Sisters of Charity and "mother" of parochial education in America. Her canonization was celebrated in Rome, at St. Joseph's College in Emmitsburg, MD, and in New York, by the Pope (in English), Msgr. Robert Brown, and Sister Margaret Gleason. Her four miracles were three persons cured of cancer and the founding of a holy order
Recommended readings( Book )

1 edition published in 1947 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Government records by N.Y.) Sisters of Charity (New York( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Government records consist primarily of minutes and agendas, reports, voting records, attendance records, lists of members and delegates, budgets, proposals, enactments; resolutions, audio tapes of meetings (1974, 1976-1977), minutes and reports of committees, position papers, financial statements, and memos and correspondence generated by meetings of the General Chapter, now known as the Assembly, 1960-1981. This body, composed of the President, her two advisors, six regional coordinators, and members elected by the congregation, meets to elect the President and the Executive Council, and to decide the policies of the congregation. Also, minutes of the Executive Council, 1847-1979; minutes and reports of conferences between Local Superiors (also known as Sister Servants) and Mother Generals, 1948-1966; and reports of community visitations by Mother Loretto Bernard Beagan, 1961-1966. Administrative departments, and their advisory commissions in the areas of communications, education, formation (the process of taking final vows), ongoing development, planning and research, ministry/retirement, and social concerns, are represented by community mailings, 1973-1977, and miscellaneous memos, correspondence, reports, programs, photographs, clippings, newsletters (including THE NEWSLETTER of the Sisters of Charity of New York, 1965-1985), calendars, directories, and minutes
Repository description by N.Y.) Sisters of Charity (New York( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Archives contains records of the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul of New York including papers of Mother Generals and Presidents; government records; records of the many schools, orphanages, hospitals, and other missions run by the Sisters of Charity; miscellaneous records relating to the ceremonies, celebrations, and work of the Sisters of Charity; and a photograph collection. Also included are records of the Federation of the Daughters of Elizabeth Ann Seton; some correspondence of Elizabeth Ann Seton; and correspondence, miscellaneous clippings, and photographs of her family
Photograph collection by N.Y.) Sisters of Charity (New York( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Photographs, mostly mounted in albums, depict the sisters, their ceremonies and celebrations, and the schools, orphanages, and hospitals run by them. Views include interiors and exteriors of buildings, such as classrooms, laboratories and dormitories, views of the grounds, and individual students, orphans, and patients, ca. 1880's-1960's. Institutions shown include St. Vincent's Summer School, East Moriches, Long Island; College of Mount St. Vincent, Bronx, N.Y.; Foundling Hospital, New York City; Academy of Mount St. Vincent, Tuxedo Park, N.Y.; St. Francis Xavier Convent, Nassau, Bahamas; St. Agatha Home; Seton Hospital; and St. Mary's Hospital, Port Jervis, N.Y. Engravings, 1861 and 1881, of McGowan's Pass, the first New York Mother House of the Sisters of Charity, located at 109th St. in Central Park. Photographs of ceremonies and celebrations such as Final Vows ceremony, 1963; Novitiate Habit Day, 1967; Investitute and First Vows, 1960's; the Beatification of Elizabeth Ann Seton, Rome, 1963; Pilgrimage to Rome, 1931; and other events. Some albums contain clippings, invitations, and other memorabilia. A few scrapbooks without photographs are included
Museum collection by N.Y.) Sisters of Charity (New York( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In addition to artifacts, the museum contains archival materials relating to Mother Elizabeth Seton, the Seton family, and the order of Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul. Seton material includes transcriptions and photocopies of Elizabeth Seton correspondence, 1798-1820, with, among others, Rebecca, Cecilia, Richard, and William (both husband and son) Seton, Julia Scott, Eliza Sadler, Elizabeth Boyle, Antonio Filicchi; diary of Elizabeth Seton's trip to Italy, 1803-1804; notes by Elizabeth Seton on sermons by Rev. John Henry Hobart, ca. 1803; notes on theological topics, ca. 1804; correspondence of William and Rebecca Seton (children of Elizabeth), 1816, and of Mrs. John Seton to William Seton (father-in-law), 1780-1795; accounts of Seton Co., exporting and importing company, 1766-1786; naval commission of William (son), 1826; portraits, including photographs and other media, of Rev. Richard and Mary Bayeux Charlton (grandparents of Elizabeth Seton), Dr. Richard Bayley, the Filicchi family, Isabel Seton (granddaughter), William and Emily Seton (son and daughter-in-law), Ferdinand Roscoe Jevons (great grandson), 1963, Thomas S. Jevons (grandson), Archbishop Robert Seton (grandson), 1909, Archbishop James Roosevelt Bayley (nephew), William Seton IV (grandson), and Samuel Seton (brother-in-law)
 
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Alternative Names
Black Cap Sisters of Charity

Mount St. Vincent Sisters of Charity

S.C. (Sisters of Charity (New York, N.Y.))

SC (Sisters of Charity (New York, N.Y.))

Sisters of Charity of Mount St. Vincent-on-Hudson (New York, N.Y.)

Sisters of Charity of New York

Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul (New York, N.Y.)

Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul of New York

Suore di Carità di New York

Languages
English (52)

French (2)