Women of Faith: The Chicago Sisters of Mercy and the Evolution of a Religious Community

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Manuscript Records

Archives of the Sisters of Mercy Chicago. Chicago, Ill. Record Groups: Community Life. Deceased Sisters Files. History. Ministry Hospitals. Ministry Other. Ministry Residences. Ministry Schools. Personnel Files. Religious Government. Special Collections Books.

_____. Publications. Agape, 1964–67. Dimensions, 1979–86. Exchange, 1968–82. Tidings, 1995–2007.


Interviews

Anselme, June, RSM; Mary Ann Bergfeld, RSM; Lois Graver, RSM; and Elizabeth (Betty) Smith, RSM. Honore Street Focus Group with author. Audio recording. Regional Community Center, Chicago, Ill. June 30, 2008.

Barrett, Margaret (Peg), RSM; Madeleva Deegan, RSM; and Kathleen McClelland, RSM. Changes in Community Living and Purchase of Community-Owned Property Focus Group with author. Audio recording. Mercy Meeting Place, Chicago, Ill. July 3, 2008.

Benda, Ludmilla, RSM; Al Hathaway; Peg Hathaway; Ed Schloemer; and Helen Wunderam. Mercy Hospital Davenport Focus Group with author. Genesis West Health Center, Davenport, Iowa. June 13, 2007.

Betz, Laurette, RSM; Mary Ruth Broz, RSM; Cathleen Cahill, RSM; and Jane Schlosser, RSM. Pastoral Care Ministry Focus Group with author. Audio recording. Mercy Meeting Place, Chicago, Ill. July 29, 2008.

Blunk, Mary Clare, RSM; Renee Humble, RSM; and Lucia Lietsch, RSM. Iowa Focus Group with author. McAuley Convent, Aurora, Ill. June 7, 2007.

Bohmann, Jonella, RSM. Telephone interview with author. June 26, 2008.

Broz, Mary Ruth, RSM; Avis Clendenen; Emily Kemppi, RSM; Sharon Kerrigan, RSM; and Rita Specht, RSM. 80th and Wood Street Focus Group with author. Audio recording. Regional Community Center, Chicago, Ill. June 23, 2008.

Burns, Dorothy, RSM. Telephone interview with author. February 22, 2010.

Burns, Dorothy, RSM; Joella Cunnane, RSM; Conleth, Foley, RSM; Margaret Lyons, RSM; Judith Niemet, RSM. Community-Owned Homes Focus Group with author. Audio recording. Mercy Meeting Place, Chicago, Ill. July 23, 2008.

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