Showing 1968 results

Archival description
Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada
Advanced search options
Print preview View:

30 results with digital objects Show results with digital objects

Teacher Training

This series contains a nametag used by Sister Mary Leo Kirwin at the London Normal School Reunion, a program for the London Normal School 2002 reunion, a photograph of her and her fellow reunion attendees, a compilation of poetry recited at the reunion, and the 1992 directory of graduates from the Class of 1942.

Correspondence

This series contains correspondence related to Sister Mary Anthony Hartleib’s artworks. There are thank you letters from the recipients of Sister Mary Anthony’s icons, and a sale agreement with the Canadian Museum of Civilization. The series also includes newspaper clippings, photographs and correspondence related to a plaque at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Sarnia, Ontario and armorial bearings at Conestoga College in Kitchener, Ontario.

Religious Life

This series contains records related to the various parishes and dioceses in which Sr. Mary Leo Kirwin worked. It also includes a prayer book titled "The Holy Ghost Prayer Book" and a prayer book titled "The Following of Christ." There are two relics given to Sr. Mary Leo. The relics are of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton and Pope Leo I. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton spent her life in service to people and established the first free Catholic School in America. Pope Leo I, also known as Pope Leo the Great, was the namesake of Sister Mary Leo. Pope Leo I was known for his courage, morality and protection of the faith. It is also interesting that her religious name, Leo, is that of her father and brother.

Publications

This series contains publications related to Sister Mary Anthony Hartleib’s paintings. There is a magazine article about Sister Mary Anthony’s artwork and documents from an art exhibit entitled “Doorways to Heaven.” The series includes textual records, photographs and coloured prints of paintings. There are also a prayer book, a book addressed to the Right Reverend Michael Francis Fallon, and one videocassette with a recording of a TVOntario program on Mount St. Joseph.

Written Works and Speeches

This series contains speeches and other documents, most of which were written by Sister Mary Anthony Hartleib. There are speeches from World Youth Day, and on the topic of the meaning of icons. There are poems, a presentation to a class of seminary students, and the text of a Mass for Vocation in English and Spanish.

Outreach

This series contains memorabilia from Sister Mary Leo’s life of volunteerism, both with the Red Cross and with underprivileged women.

Results 1 to 20 of 1968