Series F01-S132 - Jubilees series

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Jubilees series

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  • Multiple media

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CA ON00279 F01-S132

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  • 1932-2017 (Creation)
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    Jubilees

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19.8 cm of textual records
6 optical discs, 208 photographs, 93.02MB
1 optical discs, 7 video files, 492MB
3 photographs: col

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(1932-2017)

Administrative history

Jubilees are celebrations, where Sisters renew their vows and celebrate their 25th, Golden (50th), Diamond (60th), Grace (70th), 75th and 80th year anniversaries with the congregation.

The jubilee date is calculated from the reception date which takes place nine months after the postulant entered the convent. At the reception ceremony, the postulant received the habit.

Jubilees are celebrated one to two times a year, depending on the number of Sisters celebrating anniversaries. When there are two jubilee ceremonies in one-year, younger Sisters are recognized in May, and senior Sisters are honoured in September. Unless the Sisters decide that they want a private jubilee, friends and family are invited to the hour-long mass and large feast that make up the day of celebration.

Reunions, where Sisters who left the congregation were invited to return for visitation, occurred far less frequently than jubilees. The last reunion took place when the congregation was moving to a new convent in 2007, and wanted to give former Sisters one last chance to walk through the building. Much like jubilees, reunions were a day long event, with an hour-long prayer service and lots of good food.

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Scope and content

This series contains records related to the celebration of Jubilees by the Sisters. It includes photographs, programs, invitations, speeches, hymns and clippings.

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The records were transferred to the archives by the administration.

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The records are stored off-site in London, Ontario.

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Please contact the archivist for access to these records. Access will be granted on a case to case basis to protect the confidentiality of the Sisters.

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No further accruals are expected.

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Final

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Partial

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Sources

Sister Loretta Manzara, pers. comm., July 4, 2019.

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