Your favor of the 8th inst. was duly received and I beg to apologize for not having answered it before the present, but I have been ill for some time – hence the delay. With regard to the matter in question, I feel sure that if your Lordship be pleased to order a collection to be taken up in the Western part of your Diocese and the amount attained thereby given to liquidate the debt on Mt. St. V. The Community would be quite willing to refund the money should anything ever occur to oblige the Community to sell the place or discontinue the orphan asylum.
May 26, 1885 – To Bishop of Springfield, MA from General Superior Sr. M. Edward, Kingston ON
Bishop of Springfield
Catherine McKinley’s Letters
This letter is part of a large database of correspondence written by and to Catherine McKinley, who is considered one of the founders of the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul. As a Sister of Providence she was known by her religious name Mother Mary Edward.
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