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

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Index
Agatha O’Brien Ministry Fund, 239
Aikenhead, Mary, 2
amalgamation, 5,8, 13
Vatican push for, 43–44, 67–73
apostolate, 9, 131, 136, 183–96, 215, 218, 222, 238, 326n78, 333
lay, 93
racial, 122, 191, 314–15n73
renewal of, 133–34, 140, 302n20, 313n59
See also ministry
Associates, Mercy, 247–49, 260–61
Brides of Christ, 17, 21. See also Divine Spouse; Heavenly Spouse
care of women (homes for women), 61–64, 117, 286n32. See also House of Mercy: Chicago; House of Mercy: Dublin; St. Catherine Residence; St. Clara Home; Patricia Club
Catholic Action, 93, 110–13
Catholic Youth Organization (CYO), 93
charism, 2, 4–5, 9, 31, 44–45, 73, 107, 183, 198, 206, 208, 209–11, 219, 221, 223–24, 237, 240, 246, 262, 333
and associates, 248, 260
new articulation of “Statement of Charism,” 165, 185, 192–94, 204, 214–18, 250, 306n7, 321–22n52
and sponsorship, 225–26. See also sponsorship
Vatican II and rediscovery of founding charism, 155, 160
and women’s ordination, 240. See also women’s ordination
Christian Family Movement (CFM), 93
Civil War (U.S.), Sisters of Mercy and, 35, 37
Clancy, Bernardine (Nora Mary), RSM, 70, 82, 89–90
Code of Canon Law (1917), 44, 67, 85, 259, 281n62, 288n50, 290n17
Cody, Archbishop John, 145
community living, 9, 34, 127, 128, 154–55
experimentation in, 165–83
See also community-owned homes
community-owned homes, 178–83
Condon, Brigid (Virginia Mary), RSM, 285n24, 315n79, 325n74
Cunningham, Regina (Mary Agnes), RSM, 133, 149–52, 155, 171, 304n42
Deshon, George, 22–23
Dives in Misericordia, 212, 215
Divine Spouse, 41

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