Feb. 29, 1892 – To General Superior Sr. M. Edward, House of Providence, Holyoke MA from Rev. Cleary, Archbishop of Kingston ON

Archbishop's Palace, Kingston
Feb. 29, 1892
To Rev. Motehr Edward
House of Providence, Holyoke
Enforce my mandate and your appointments in full assembly. Appeal does not abrogate established rights of government, administration or constitutional action. Status quo means their maintenance until Supreme Court decrees their abolition. Expect letter.
Archbishop Cleary
Source: 407-409-A, General Secretary Fonds, Annals of the Congregation/Generalate series, Volume 1861-1892, p. 245, Archives, Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul.
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