Religious vocations for women

Title Author Date Place of Publication Publisher Series Subjects
Where do sisters come from? 1959

New York :

Archdiocese of New York,

Religious vocations for women
Who can be a Carmelite nun? Dolan, Albert H., O.Carm. 1937

Englewood (N.J.) :

Carmelite Press,

Religious vocations for women, Carmelites
Ceremonial for the use of the Missionary Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. 1956

Philadelphia :

Mass, Religious vocations for women
Corpus Christi Carmelites : Home and foreign missioners. 1936

Grand Island (NB) :

Religious vocations for women, Carmelites
Institute of the Sisters of St. Mary of Namur.

N.p. :

Religious vocations for women, Institute of Sisters of St. Mary
Margaret Sinclair, the white violet of Edinburgh. Franciscans. Third Order. 1930

Chicago :

Franciscan Herald Press,

Sinclair, Margaret, (1900-1925), Religious vocations for women
Maryknoll Sisters’ Apostolate of Kindness.

Maryknoll, NY

Maryknoll Sisters

Missions, Religious vocations for women
More colored nuns! Gillard, John T., S.S.J. 1938

Baltimore :

Josephite Press,

Oblate Sisters of Providence, Religious vocations for women
Nun in education. Johnson, George.

Washington, D.C. :

NCWC. Department of Education,

Religious vocations for women, Education, Catholic University of America
Nun in our family. 1959

New York :

Crusade for Vocations,

A Vocation Pamphlet Religious vocations for women
Shall I be a Maryknoll sister? 1935

Maryknoll :

Maryknoll Fathers,

Religious vocations for women
Sisterhood - what is it? 1959

New York :

Crusade for Vocations,

A Vocation Pamphlet Religious vocations for women
Sisters' Vocation Institute under the auspices of the Holy Cross Fathers. 1948

Notre Dame (Ind.) :

Sisters' Vocation Institute,

Religious vocations for women, Sisterhood
Ursuline coadjutrices : hidden heroines of Christ.

N.p. :

Order of Saint Ursula, Roman Union,

Order of Saint Ursula, Roman Union, Religious vocations for women