By Sister M. Angela Bolster
Collection of correspondence to and from Catherine McAuley between 1827 -1841. Includes an index with description of the letter and a small number of letters not in the more recent books
Catherine McAuley was born in Dublin, Ireland, in 1778. In 1824 she used inheritance to build a large House of Mercy where she and other lay women would shelter homeless women, reach out to the sick and dying and educate poor girls.
Published by The Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy Dioceses of Cork & Ross, Ireland (1989)
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