Ignatius Brocard, S.J. (16 of 83)
Georgetown University Manuscripts, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Brocard, Ignatius, 1793-1852
Jesuits. Maryland Province
This folder [20 Z12-32] consists of documents (1834-1848) pertaining to pastorals, ordination, naturalization and other matters. Items of interest include: Circular (1834) pertaining to death of James Whitfield, Archbishop of Baltimore; The following pertains to documents involving Samuel Eccleston, Archbishop of Baltimore: No faculties for case (1834); Two Lenten dispensation (1835); No fast or abstinence in Advent (1837); No obligation to oberve at Easter and Pentecost Mondays (1838); Erection of St. Charles College as preparatory seminary (1840); Prayers for Provincial Council (1840); Permission to add immaculate to the mass of the Blessed Virgin Mary (1841); Announcement to comply with the President of the U.S. to observe May 14, 1841 as a day of fast and humiliation; Letter (Jan. 17, 1842) pertaining to Lenten regulations and the sale of catechisms; Circular (1842) proclaiming Jubilee; Faculties (1844) to Benjamin A. Young, S.J. of Alexandria; Letter (Apr. 24/Apr. 29, 1845) from Archbishop Eccleston pertaining to injuries received; Circular (Dec. 1848) from Archbishop Eccleston in regards to threats against Pope Pius IX and the Revolution of 1848; Circular (1848) to induce people to assist at the opening of St. Charles College; Pastoral address (1843) of the Rt. Rev. Dr. Kernan, Bishop of Clogher, to the people of Aughavea in reference to a schism.**Former finding aid locations: 119_14_11; 20Z29-20Z30**
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Archives of the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus (GTM.119); Box 11; Folder 16;
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