Item 2018/32 - Sister Mary of St Raymond, SMR, to Fr Sidney Reeman: Fortnightly supply of Altar Breads. "Easter Week Supply" package.

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GB ARCHON 2913 PA30-01-0-1-2018/32


Sister Mary of St Raymond, SMR, to Fr Sidney Reeman: Fortnightly supply of Altar Breads. "Easter Week Supply" package.


  • 21-4-1959 (Creation)

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1 page; 2 sides letter; manuscript

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(8-12-1854 to present)

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see - accessed 16-11-2018.

The Congregation of the Sisters of Marie Reparatrice was founded by Émilie d'Oultremont (spouse d'Hooghvorst), born in Wégimont (province of Liège, Belgium) and deceased in Florence (Italy) in 1878. The Congregation was founded in 1857 with the setting up of a first house in Strastourg (France), thanks to the support of Mgr. Raess, Bishop of this town. Émilie d'Oultremont became in religion Mother Mary of Jesus; her two daughters also became religious under the names of Mother Mary of St-Victor (Olympe) and Mother Mary of St. Julienne (Marguerite).

From the very beginning, the contemplative orientations as well as the missionary and apostolic dimensions were present. The sisters of Marie Reparatrice founded many communities throughout the world. They are presently in 23 countries, in Europe, North and South America, Africa and three islands of the Indian Ocean. Mother Mary of Jesus was beatified in 1997 by John-Paul II.

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Recorded on RCDEAA system on 16-11-2018
Not in database from pre-2016

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Northampton Diocese Archives

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Sister Mary of St Raymond (SMR) responding with an explanation of how Altar Breads are delivered fortnightly to March with special emphasis on advance supplies for busy periods e.g. Easter, when an advance package may be sent, hence "Easter Week Supply".

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XNP6 file 1&2 #199

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127mm x 202mm

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