Newberry Library
Petitions, cedulas reales, and official responses, from 1772-1777, concerning the bishop's request for a new church in Plan del Río -- José Antonio de Areche, the fiscal or state's attorney, rejects the bishop's petition of Feb. 8, 1772 on grounds that no churches, convents, or monasteries may be constructed without express permission of the king; and suggests building a temporary chapel until the bishop can take additional steps. Other documents include notice of April 1, 1772 of the bishop's appointment of Alonso Josef de Gatica to oversee the project; depositions of seven witnesses from April 1772 regarding the urgent need for such a church; and official correspondence with Joseph Leonel Gómez de Cervantes y la Higuera, owner of the land on which the chapel is to be built. Between May 14, and Aug. 31, 1772, Bucareli meets with the Audiencia for further discussion of the proposal. The real cédula of July 21, 1776, issued by Charles III, states that since the temporary ... Read More
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Transcripts of letters received by Bishops Richard Vincent Whelan and John McGill (1847-1859); a manuscript book by Bishop McGill containing essays on the Catholic version of the Bible, the inquisition, the spirituality of the soul, free will, the Edict of Nantes, Switzerland, the origin of the Swiss confederation, the Swiss reformation, Zwingle, and pseudo-sacred books
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Correspondence with James Cardinal Gibbons, bishops John Ireland, John J. Keane, Denis O'Connell, and John Lancaster Spalding, and others, much of it concerning Americanism; also notes, clippings, pamphlets, drafts, and photographs
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Chiefly letters and other material relating to the Eucharistic Congress held at the University of Notre Dame, August 7th and 8th, 1894. Bishop Maes was in charge of the congress, assisted by Rev. Bede Maler of St. Meinrad's Indiana. Correspondents include Rev. William Corby, C.S.C. (1833-1897), President of the University of Notre Dame
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
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
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Occasional correspondence of the prelates of the Diocese of New York; letters (1875-1876) received by John O'Kane Murray of New York; commemorative material having to do with the diocese; letters received by John Talbot Smith (1849-1934); a minute book of the New York Ladies' Seamen's Friend Society (1842-1847); and a book of handwritten notes (1836) by James Roosevelt Bayley (later Bishop of Newark and Archbishop of Baltimore) before he converted to Catholicism
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Typescripts of the seven addresses Bishop Sheridan delivered at the Diocesan Priests' Retreat, Pre-Advent, 1970
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Photographs and photomechanical prints of individual Catholic clergy and religious, especially portraits of the Popes and the hierarchy of the Catholic Church; religious artwork; groups of Catholic religious, clergy, and lay people; Catholic missions and missionaries in the United States, Japan, and India, specifically the Bengal region which became East Pakistan and then Bangladesh; and Catholic churches, schools, orphanages, and other institutions
University of New Mexico - Zimmerman Library
Richard Greenleaf's papers deal with major people and events during the initial decades of Spanish presence in Mexico, as noted in the topics described below. The collection mainly consists of typed Spanish transcriptions and English translations of colonial documents made by Professor Greenleaf over his five decades of teaching, research and publication on the colonial history of Mexico. The documentary material was drawn mainly from the Archivo General de Indias of Seville and the Archivo General de Nación of Mexico City. In only a few instances does the collection contain a copy of the original Spanish document. The collection also includes a small number of related personal notes, photocopied pages from published books and scholarly journals, and drafts of student dissertations. There is also one box of typed index cards offering archival and secondary source material relevant to Archbishop Juan de Zumárraga, first Archbishop of Mexico, and his era. The collection is divided ... Read More
State Library of Western Australia
Letters of C.L. Riley and his father, Archbishop C.O.L. Riley; account of the formation of the Anglican Province of West Australia given by Archbishop C.O.L. Riley at the Lambeth Conference, 1920; papers concerned with the Barracks Defence Council (1962-1969); scrapbook belonging to C.L. Riley relating to the High School, Perth and Cambridge University; programmes; newspaper cuttings relating to the Riley family; photographs