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Westward Ho! A Photographic Exhibition of the Beginnings of the SHCJ Mission to the West
The Pioneering SHCJ Who Went to America in 1862

Sr. Helen Forshaw, SHCJ

The Contributions of the Holy Child Sisters to Women's Education in the Cross River State of Nigeria From 1930-1967

Doctoral Dissertation by Anna Ekam, M.A.

1980
The Church in the "New World" in Louisiana, and the Floridas and in New Orleans

Jeanne Marie Guerin, SHCJ

Source; SHCJ in Africa - II

No. 20

1990
Source; Historical Perspectives II

No. 25:

  • Nineteenth Century English Women: Cornelia's Context, pp 3-7
  • Pierce Connelly: Not a Bad Man, pp 8-10
  • Pierce Connelly: His Call from God, pp 11-20
  • Among Valiant Women, pp 21-25
  • Angelica Croft SHCJ 1839-1902. pp 26 - 36
1992
Source: The Spirit of the Society

No. 32; Pgs 6-8; The Spirit of Childhood

1996
Source: Government

No. 18:

  • What is SHCJ Government? pp 3-8
  • SHCJ Obedience Today, pp 25-28
Spring 1989
Source: Education

No. 31:

  • The Spririt of Holy Child Education: Actions Not Words, pp 1-5
  • Cornelia's Ideals in Practice: An Experience of Holy Child Education 1942-49, pp 6-11
  • The Four R's, pp 12-14
  • Actions Not Words: The Inculturation of Holy Child Education, pp 15-24
  • To Achieve is to Dream and to Act, pp 25-28
  • Mayfield I: School During World War II, pp 29-31
1995
Source, No. 10

No. 10;

  • In Search of Cornelia; pages 19-16
  • Cornelia's Constitutions, Part II; pages 27-55.
Autumn 1979
Society of the Holy Child Jesus: Foundation Texts and Constitutions
1983, 1998
Six Go West: SHCJ Pioneers in American Tell Their Story

Sr. Helen Forshaw, SHCJ; stories of original sisters to leave England for America

Religion: Scandal Revisited

Time Magazine

20918
Manifest of the Scotia, the ship that carried the first six SHCJ to America
1862
Letters from Sisters asking for permission to go to America
1862
History of the Constitutions of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus

By Sr. Carlotta Bartone, SHCJ

Cornelia's Philadelphia

Significant sites in Philadelphia

Cornelia's Death Certificate (PDF)

PDF

1879
Cornelia's Death Certificate (JPG)
JPG
1879
Cornelia Connelly Educator: Her Charisma and its Institutionalization

Doctoral Dissertation by Lorna M.A. Bowman

1984
Continuation of the Annals of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus in America 1883-1903

In manuscript form

Apostolic Congregations of Women and the Ignatian Charism

From The Way Supplement 20; by Caritas McCarthy, SHCJ

1973
Alum Memories - Layton Hill
Annals Society of The Holy Child Jesus American Province 1862-1892

By Mother Mary Mildred, SHCJ

1950
Pylon, XXIX, No. 2

Pylon XXIX, No. 2. Two articles:

  • And So We Made a Farm, pages 17-20 (re: Holy Child School, Cape Coast, Ghana)
  • Cornelia Belongs to Everyone
Autumn 1967
SHCJ Crucifix Ring, Silver Cross and Rosary Medal

Notes on SHCJ crucifix ring, silver cross and rosary medal.

November 2012
Source, No. 4

Source, Issue No. 4; A Study of the Constitutions of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus As Developed Under Cornelia Connelly, 1846-1879. Click here to view document.

Winter 1975
Source, No. 14

"Cornelia Connelly's Spirituality and Ideal of Community Life;" Chapter XV of The Positio: Documentary Study for the Canonization Process of the Servant of God Cornelia Connelly (nee Peacock) 1809-1879. Click here to view document.

Spring 1984
Source, No. 15

Special Commemorative issue honoring Sr. Mary Anthony Weinig. Click here to view document.

Fall 1985
Source, No. 16

Contents:

  • Justice with Compassion
  • To Act Justly
  • A Chilean Perspective
  • Justice with Compassion: A Personal Reflection
  • Working for Justice in a Local Area
  • On Educating for Justice

Click here to view document.

Winter 1987
Source, No. 21

Ministry issue. Click here to view document.

1990
Source, No. 24

Historical Perspectives - I. Click here to view document.

1992
Pylon XXVII, No. 2

The Pylon, XXVII, No. 2. Selected articles:

  • Introducing the Reverend James Montgomery, pp. 4-7
  • Kingdom of Light and Grace; Rev. Mother General Visits West Africa, pp. 8-18
  • A Thinking Pool, I'm Sorry, pp. 34-35
  • Mission Mosaic - In Manhatten, pp. 36-39
  • The Spark; Electra, pp. 40-41
Autumn 1965
Pylon, XXVIII, No. 2

Pylon XXVIII, Autumn 1966. Selected articles:

  • Ogoja (Nigeria), pp. 20-32
  • In Loving Memory of a Pioneer Missionary, Sister Charles Magdalen, p. 36
Autumn 1966
James Walsh, Cornelia Connelly and The Society of The Holy Child Jesus

by Sister Mary Elizabeth Strub, SHCJ

Pylon XXV, No. 2

Pylon XXV, No. 2. Selected articles:

  • Mayfield, Sussex - History Minus Legend, pp. 4-7
  • The Duchess Triumphant (Louisa Catherine, Duchess of Leeds), pp. 8-15
  • The Undivided Heart, p. 19
Summer 1963
Pylon XXIV, No. 1

Pylon XXIV, No. 1, selected articles:

  • "My Own Dear Country" Part II. Westward Expansion, pp. 5-13 (Click here for Part I; click here for Part III)
  • Letters to Africa, pp. 14-17
  • Sunday Morning at Marian Hill, pp. 18-23
  • Through Northern Ghana - By Lorry, pp. 27-31
  • Trio for Heaven, pp. 32-34
Spring 1962
Mother Teresa of Africa

Article about Reverend Mother Teresa Xavier and her work in Nigeria. Pylon, Vol. XXI, No. 1, Spring 1959, Page 16.

Spring 1959
Two Holy Child students from Africa tell their stories

Two Holy Child students describe their lives and experiences with the sisters and the impact that had on their lives. Pylon, Vol. XXI, No. 1, Spring 1959, Pages 17-22.

Spring 1959
A light grows in the darkness

Article describing early work of the sisters in Nigeria and Ghana. Pylon, Vol. XXI, No. 1, Spring 1959, pages 23-28.

Spring 1959
Women in the Mission Field

Article praising sisters work in Africa written by Msgr. Joseph H. McMahon. Pylon, Vol. XXI, No. 1, Spring 1959, pages 30-31. (Originally published in Pylon, January 1934.)

Spring 1959
Look Please (Burses to Support African Missions)

Description of burses established to support African missions. Pylon, Vol. XXII, No. 1, Spring 1960, Inside cover.

Spring 1960
Return to Africa; Holy Child West African Missions

Article describing SHCJ missions in Africa. Pylon, Vol. XXII, No. 1, Spring 1960, pages, 14-28.

Spring 1960
The Spark, Spring 1960

Recurring letter and article addressed to "Electrons," student group dedicated to supporting African missions. Pylon, Vol. XXII, No. 1, Spring 1960, pages, 38-40.

Spring 1960
A visit to the Holy Child Missions II

Description of missions in Afikpo and Ogoja. Pylon, Vol. XXI, No. 3, Winter 1959-60, pages 12-26.

Winter 1959-60
The Handmaids of the Holy Child Jesus

The history and impact of the Handmaids program. Pylon, Vol. XXII, No. 2, Summer 1960, pages 14-24.

Summer 1960
Memento for the Novices; from Rev. M.M. Vianney

Follow-up to article about Handmaids written by Rev. Mother Mary Vianney who was their Novice Mistress from 1950-1960. Pylon, Vol. XXII, No. 2, Summer 1960, pages 25-30.

Summer 1960
Cornelia Connelly; The Cause Room

Description of "The Cause" for the sainthood of Cornelia Connelly. From Pylon, Vol. XXII, No. 3, Winter 1960-61, pages 7-10.

1960-61
The Spark, Summer 1961

Recurring letter and article addressed to "Electrons," student group dedicated to supporting African missions. From Pylon, Vol. XXIII, No. 2, Summer 1961, pages 36-38.

Summer 1961
Why an American Foundress for England in 1846?

Article on the Origin of the SHCJ by the Vice-Postulator of the Cause of Cornelia Connelly, James Walsh, SJ. From Pylon, Vol. XXIII, No. 3, Winter 1961-62, pages 2-6.

Winter 1961-62
My Own Dear Country, Part I

"Early Foundations in America," Part I in series of articles about history of society in America. From Pylon, Vol. XXIII, No. 3, Winter 1961-62, pages 7-15. Click here for Part II.

Winter 1961-62
My Own Dear Country, Part III

Continuation of serires of articles about history of society in America. Click here for Part II. From Pylon, Vol. XXIV No. 2, Summer 1962, pages 4-15.

Summer 1962
Meet Cornelia Connelly through the Cornelia Connelly Guild

Description of foundation and actvities of Cornelia Connelly Guild by M.M. Raymond. From Pylon, Vol. XXIV No. 2, Summer 1962, pages 18-21.

Summer 1962
A vignette of the Holy Child missions in Africa

Glimpse of missions in Nigeria. From Pylon, Vol. XXIV No. 2, Summer 1962, pages 27-29.

Summer 1962
Reflections on a missionary society

"Reflections occasioned by a recent visit to the Holy Child Missions in West Africa," by James Walsh, SJ. From Pylon, Vol. XXIV No. 3, Winter 1962-63, pages 34-36.

Winter 1962-63
Let's Write and Tell Them...(Burses to Support African Missions

Description of burses established to support African missions. Pylon, Vol. XXII, No. 1, Spring 1960, page 48.

Winter 1962-63
The great family spirit of our African missionaries

By Mother Teresa Xavier, SHCJ. From Pylon, Vol. XXV No. 1, Spring 1963, page 21.

Spring 1963
Source, No. 7

Studies and Reflections on the Heritage of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus.

  • The long desired approval of our rule
  • Connelly vs. Connelly: Aftermath: Trial by Press, Part II
  • The Young Ladies' School at St. Leonards, Part III
  • Reminiscences of a St. Leonard's School Girl

Available via Villanova Digital Library.

Autumn 1977
Cornelia Connelly Guild and Cause

Update on the Cause for Cannonization as on Spring 1963. From Pylon, Vol. XXV No. 1, Spring 1963, pages 39-40.

Spring 1963
Laudate Pueri Dominum

Poem written by Mother Mary Anthony, SHCJ about the graves of John Henry and Mary Magdalene which had been moved to Sharon Hill. From Pylon, Vol. XXV No. 3, Winter 1963-64, page 35.

Spring 1963
Holy Child Lay Apostolate Institute

Article about the organization and activities of the institute written by Mother Mary Paul, SHCJ. From Pylon, Vol. XXVI No. 3, Winter 1964-65, pages 21-26.

Winter 1964-65
First step to the South American mission?

Reflections on a trip to Puerto Rico taken by Mother M. Beata and Mother John Fisher. From Pylon, Vol. XXVII No. 3, Winter 1965-66, pages 12-17.

Winter 1965-66
To follow wherever he leads

Reflections of the first Nigerian girl to enter the society, Teresa Okure (Sr. Mary Teresita) on her first trip to Rome. From Pylon, Vol. XXVII No. 3, Winter 1965-66, pages 18-23.

Winter 1965-66
Where the harvest is great

Story of sisters' work with villagers of Queen Anne's point. From Pylon, Vol. XXVII No. 3, Winter 1965-66, pages 41-44.

Winter 1965-66
First milestones on the hill

Description of first three Ghanaians to make profession of vows in the Congregation of the Infant Jesus from accounts by Mother Mary Tarcisius and and Miss M.E. Booth. From Pylon, Vol. XXVIII, Spring 1966 (Special Council Jubilee Issue), pages 4-6.

Spring 1966
Two at Ututu

Two Holy Child Nuns move from Ifuho to Ututu as recorded by Mother Mary Assumpta. From Pylon, Vol. XXVIII, Spring 1966 (Special Council Jubilee Number), pages 32-35.

Spring 1966
Las Hermanas, come back!

From M.M. Aruthur's account of a visit to the first Holy Child project in South America. From Pylon, Spring 1967, pages 1-8.

Spring 1967
Popping peas for the mission

More news from the "Electrons." From Pylon Spring 1967, page 59.

Spring 1967
Exploring Our Spiritual Roots

By Sr. Caritas McCarthy. From Source, No. 2, Winter 1971, pages 1-14.

Winter 1971
The young ladies' school at St. Leonard's, Part I

Other girls' schools of the day by Sr. Radegunde Flaxman. From Source, No. 2, Winter 1971, pages 31-44. Click here for Part II.

Winter 1971
The poor schools in Preston

The history of the society's work in Preston. From Source, No. 2, Winter 1971, pages 45-58.

Winter 1971
The young ladies' school at St. Leonard's, Part II

Non-academic aspects by Radegunde Flaxman. From Source, No. 6, Spring 1977, pages 44-59. Click here for Part I.

Spring 1977
Apostolate Studies

A look at what preparation Corneia had for her task by Sr. Radegunde Flaxman. From Source, No.3, 1972, pages 1-21.

1972
Part I. The Child as Key

Cornelia's writings prior to the Constitutions by Sr. Caritas McCarthy, SHCJ. From Source, No.3, 1972, pages 25-35.

1972
Part II. Cornelia and Gioacchino Ventura

A look at "the background reading Cornelia used in building up her spirtual teaching," by Sr. Mary Ursula Blake, SHCJ. From Source, No. 3, 1972, pages 36-44.

1972
Derby: The Cradle of the Society, Part I

"The Derby to which Cornelia Came" by Mary Andrew Armour, SHCJ. From Source, No. 5, Autumn 1976, pages 31-44. Ciick here for Part II.

Autumn 1976
Derby: The Cradle of the Society, Part II

The Field of Labor by Mary Andrew Armour, SHCJ. From Source, No.6 , Spring 1977, pages 34-43. Click here for Part I.

Spring 1977
Penetrated by an apostolic spirit

The society as an "active order" by Caritas McCarthy, SHCJ. From Source, No. 8, Spring-Autumn 1978, pages 29.36.

Spring-Autumn 1978
The 1880 Chapter and the Customal

By Sr. Mary Anthony Weinig, SHCJ. From Source, No. 8, Spring-Autumn 1978, pages 92-101.

Spring-Autumn 1978
Chronology of the Life of Cornelia Connelly

Created to support the projects in process during the "year of Cornelia." Caritas McCarthy, SHCJ. From Source, No. 8, Spring-Autumn 1978, pages 4-28.

Spring-Autumn 1978
Cornelia's Constitutions, Part I

Introduction by Maureen Crook, SHCJ. From Source, No. 9, Spring 1979, pages 10-20.

Spring 1979
Formation in the Society of the Holy Child Jesus

by Elizabeth Mary Strub, SHCJ.

Teacher Training in the Apostolate of the SHCJ

by Caritas McCarthy, SHCJ

Novice's Manual

Manual for the use of the Novices of the Holy Child Jesus, printed for use at the Convent St. Leonards-on-Sea in 1869. Translated by the SHCJ with dedication to Bishop Wiseman which was probably written by Cornelia. See also verso of title page.

Novice's Manual - Tile Page Verso

Verso of title page of a manual for the use of the Novices of the Holy Child Jesus, printed for use at the Convent St. Leonards-on-Sea in 1869. Translated by the SHCJ with dedication to Bishop Wiseman which was probably written by Cornelia. See also a photo of the manual.

Another voice: the history of England for Catholic Children of 1850

Article by John A. Marmion about history book written by Emily Bowles, then SHCJ.

December 1997
Pylon XXI, No. 2

Selected articles:

  • A visit to the Holy Child Missions, pgs. 3-19
  • Pilgrimage to Natchez, pgs. 23-25
  • Seen from Nigeria, pgs. 26-27
  • Nigerian audience, pg. 28
  • Pope of the foreign missions, pgs. 32-33
  • The Electrons, pgs. 36-39
Summer 1959
SHCJ Stories: Mother Mary Joachim Forster, SHCJ

Biography written by Patricia Mallinson, SHCJ. #4 of the Biographical Series. Published in 2000.

2000
SHCJ Stories: Mother Mary Amadeus Atchison, SHCJ

Written by Elizabeth Mary Strub, SHCJ. #3 in Biographical Series, April 1999.

1999


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