The Nun of Kenmare

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  • Susan Francois, CSJPNovember 11, 2010

    Joella, you can actually read the book online via Google Books. Many of her books, now in the public domain, are available for free online. Visit a list of books available online at http://www.csjp.org/roots/macbooks.html I also highly recommend her 1874 work, Women's Work in Modern Society

  • Lauretta SantarossaNovember 5, 2010

    Dan, that is a fabulous and fascinating story. Wow, indeed! What a woman. Again, religious women show their great courage and spiritual mettle in the face of persecution, sadly by the Church itself. Thank you for telling her story.

  • Lauretta SantarossaNovember 5, 2010

    Dan, that is a fabulous and fascinating story. Wow, indeed! What a woman. Again, religious women show their great courage and spiritual mettle in the face of persecution, sadly by the Church itself. Thank you for telling it.

  • Rosalie McQuaide,csjpNovember 4, 2010

    Thank you to Dan Connors for the great article on our founder, Margaret Anna Cusack, the Nun of Kenmare! For interested readers, visit the following website: http://www.csjp.org/roots/women at the table. Also, the archives of Women at the Table: A Margaret Anna Cusack Project are now a Special Collection within Saint Leo university's Cannon Library(saintleo.edu/Cannon Library). A description of the collection may be found at: http://www.saintleo.edu/News-and-Information-Center/News/2010/08/30/N...

  • Rosalie McQuaide,csjpNovember 4, 2010

    Thank you to Dan Connors for the great article on our founder, Margaret Anna Cusack, the Nun of Kenmare! For interested readers, visit the following website: http://www.csjp.org/roots/women at the table. Also, the archives of Women at the Table: A Margaret Anna Cusack Project are now a Special Collection within Saint Leo university's Cannon Library(saintleo.edu/Cannon Library). A description of the collection may be found at: http://www.saintleo.edu/News-and-Information-Center/News/2010/08/30/N...

  • Joella ProkopowiczNovember 3, 2010

    Dan, that article caused a WOW to pass my lips. Would love to read the book. Any possibility I could purchase a copy?

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