Digitized collections of materials are available at the following links:
Mother Seton Guild Newsletters are available through our partners at the Catholic Research Resource Alliance (CRRA)
Portions of the Oral History Collections are available through our work with the Sisters of Charity Federation Charity Speaks project.
The St. Joseph Academy/College postcards collections are available through Digital Maryland.
The Instructions pour les filles de la charite with introduction by Sister Daniel Hannefin and Notes by Mother Mary Xavier Clark, 1846 is available through the Catholic Research Resource Alliance (CRRA)
The following digital exhibitions are available:
Artwork of the Province
The Daughters’ History in Health Care
50 Years and Onward: The Establishment of the Five American Provinces
Celebrating the Tenth Anniversary of the Province of St. Louise
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So please to see this site alive after a period of dormancy.
I look forward to the day when paintings owned yo Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton will be exhibited. Although they were professionally cleaned and conserved a few years ago, they Harold be not been displayed. Their existence is relatively unknown.
Keep up your great work of preservation and education for the Daughters of Charity.
Is the cornette a prefabricated piece that is starched. How often is it worn before it is laundered. How does one attach the cornette to the head. How long to place on one head, require pins or ties?
The cornette is starched to take its shape and held with pins. Many sisters attest to it having been quite itchy on their ears. Usually Daughters would have two ready for the week, one to wear and another as a backup in case it got dirty or they got caught in a rainstorm