Six Months in a Convent. 3rd Lond. Ed. [With]

Six Months in a Convent. 3rd Lond. Ed. [With]

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1835 edition. Excerpt: ...She appeared very much surprised to learn that my friends had been opposed to my coming, as the Superior had told her that they had put me there for life. She said she had been taken from the public apartment, because she had been seen weeping by the young ladies; that should the Superior refuse to let her go, she should, if possible, make her escape; and named a religieuse (Miss Mary Angela) who had made her escape before. She desired me, if she should be so fortunate as to make her escape, to ask, in private confession, permission to see my friends, and consult them about going to the "Sisters of Charity: " and if they were willing that I should go, she would procure me a situation, and by letter inform me of it. She was in great distress on account of that letter, which plainly unfolded the motives of the Superior. She said she should appear as calm as possible, as it was the only way Miss Mary Francis was educated, I believe, in the convent of Saint Joseph, Emmetsburg; also known as the order of the "Sisters of Charity." She possessed an amiable disposition and superior talents, and was universally admired by the inmates of the school; and so far as my acquaintance went, she was deserving the esteem of every one. to blind the eyes of the Superior, and enable her to escape; and requested me to give her all the information respecting the Superior's intentions that I could learn, and to listen to her and the mother-assistant's conversation at recreation hours. At recreation the Superior observed that Miss Mary Francis had no vocation for a religious life, as she had refused to attend the offices and prayers. At our next interview, I inquired of Mary Francis if she had refused to attend prayers. She replied, no; that more

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  • English
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  • 9781236626486