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DemToJoe1901Sept20 (1) (1).pdf
From the top of page 6: "I got very much excited and said past what I thought about the grown deaf mutes, Mo. B did not have time to tell me your plans so when I came home I gave the three of them to Sr. Magdalen for our dormitory work, thus giving…

DemetriasToO'Connell.pdf
In this November 14, 1904 letter to Father O’Connell of Pittsburgh, Mother Demetrias responds to his request for details about their Italian work and his inquiry as to whether The Mission Helpers would like to continue that work in Pittsburgh. She…

DemToJoe1905July10.pdf
In this letter to Mother Joseph, Demetrias writes from Aquadilla: “We left San Juan July 4th, we arrived here six hours or so afterwards, it was not though an unpleasant trip, for the scenery was magnificent. The sisters here look well and happy.…

DemToJoe1905Aug3.pdf
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“My dearest Rev. Mother, We have been having great doings in San Juan, there was a riot here Tuesday and the City was in the state of the wildest excitement, the rioters were very near us, and you could hear shots fired and hear…

DemToJoe_1905_Sept20.pdf
This is a letter Mother Demetrias sent to Mother Joseph from Puerto Rico on September 20, 1905. Demetrias begins by asking for new bags and pockets to be sent to the sisters in Puerto Rico, as theirs are in poor condition. She informs Mo. Joseph that…

DemToJoe1905Oct16.pdf
Beginning on p. 2: “... Our Catechism classes are going down, I went to Anasco last week we had but a few children, the protestants give pictures, and do many little things to please children, do you know that they have 50 little ones in their school…

1921_Report.pdf
This document, compiled in 1921 and sent to the Vatican for review, reports the activities of the Mission Helpers as of 1920. It details each institution they ran at the time, the numbers of students they had, the kinds of lessons they provided, and…

Demetrias_1910.pdf
A note attached to the article states: "A.R.T. - This was in Mo. Demetrias' home. It was given to us by Teresa."

Binder1.pdf
Sr. De Sales in 1905 describes Sr. Catherine going to a local prison in Puerto Rico to minister to an inmate there because of her advanced Spanish.
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