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Marianna de Jesús, 1555-1635, Trujillo, Spain. Crónica de la Prov. S. Miguel. Santa Maria (n.d.): 731-735. Torrell, Salvador. Santa Maria de Pedralbes. Assumpció de la Verge Maria. Barcelona: Ed. Arca, Les nostres devocions 12. 1961. Writings: Escritoras - 41. Madrid Biblioteca Nacional, mss. 13531. Madrid Biblioteca Nacional, mss. 7999. Vida de la Venerable Madre Mariana de Jesús, religiosa de la primera Regla de Santa Clara en el convento de las Descalzas Franciscas de San Antonio de la ciudad de Trujillo. Mariana de la Presentación (Marianna Bravo Flores), 16771751. BF 956, n. 4559 (195863). Muñoz de San Pedre, Miguel. "Sor Marianna de la Presentación, ejemplar clarisa cacereña." Rev.Estud.Extremeños 14 (1958): 491-531. Marianna de Santa Clara Ortega, Pablo Manuel, O. Min. Maravellosa vida, y feliz muerte de la Ven. Madre Sor Marianna de Santa Clara...de la Villa de Mula. Murcia: Meinier, 1736. Mariana y Teresa Sallent Trasobares, 1665-17...), Spain. Escritoras - 289. Marianne of St. Bonaventure (Mary Bonaventure Brown), O.S.C. / O. Conc. +1703, Galway / Madrid. Concannon, Mrs. Thomas. The Poor Clares in Ireland. Dublin: M. H. Gill and Son, Ltd., 1930: 1535. J. A San Antonio I: 328. Writings: Discursum Historicum de Haeresiarchis eorumque persecutionibus. Quarundam Clarissarum, ac Tertiariarum Martyria durante Hybernie tyrannicarum crudelitate. Vitam Henrici Octavi. Vitam Anne Bolene. Vitam Reginae Catherinae. Acta Sanctae Coletae Virginis. Vitam B. Margaritae del Pilar, Clarissae. Vitam D. Sanciae Regina Siculae. Tractatum Historicum de plerique personis vite probatissimae in saeculo. De devotione Rosariis eiusque initio. De aliis Rosariis Divina largitate, sule devotis concesis. Her huge work containing 11 treatises has been lost. Only one of these has survived: How divers Religious women of this holy Order dyed in persecutions, banishment and calamityes for their holy faith

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and profession, and especially of such as the Irish nation as dyed soe. This is found in The Narrative. Copies of this manuscript are preserved at the convents of Galway and Madrid. Marie Agnes Palma +1961. BF 1048, n.7642 (196473). Una vergine saggia. Madre M. Agnes Palma. (Gens Sancta, prima serie, 88) [Bari]: Edizioni Paoline, [1964]. Marie-Angélique de la Croix, P.C.C., 1873-1899, Bordeaux-Talence, France. Poor Clare Nun. Vie édificante de Soeur Marie-Angelique de la Croix, née Ottilia Feierabend, Religieuse de l'Ordre de Ste Claire, morte a vignt-cinq ans au Monastère des Clarisses de Bordeaux-Talence, par une Pauvre Clarisse. Bordeaux 1901. Writings: Notes and letters are preserved at the Monastery of Bordeaux-Talence. Some are published in her biography. Marie Beha, O.S.C., 1926 - , Greenville, SC, U.S.A. Published Writings: Alive to God, Part I, Pastoral Life 40 (January 1991): 19-23. Alive to God, Part II, Pastoral Life 40 (February 1991): 2-8. And There is More, Pastoral Life 38 (March 1989): 36-40. Apostolate of the Contemplative, Contemplative Review (Summer 1979): 35-42. Apostolate of the Contemplative, Part II, Contemplative Review (Fall 1979): 19-23. Becoming Contemplative Here or There, Review for Religious 51 (September-October): 743-753. Being a Sister, The Cord 49 (July/Aug. 1999): 171- 179. By His Wounds, Review for Religious 43 (March/April 1984): 210-216. Celebration of Ordinary Time, Human Development 21 ( Fall, 2000): 37-40. Clare of Assisi: Her leadership Role, Review for Religious 54 (January – February 1995): 100-112. Reprinted in New Serafika 3 (September 1996): 28-32. Clare, Peacemaker and Woman of Peace, CTC 39 ( 2004): 56-59. Clare’s Prayer: Office of the Passion, The Cord (50 ( July /Aug. 2000) 166- 174. Clare’s Trinitarian Prayer, The Cord 48 (July-August 1998): 173-182. Come Spouse of Christ, Review for Religious 62 (2003): 153-1661. Contemplative Community – Solitude Community, Review for religious 38 (January 1979): 7890. Contemplation and Confrontation, The Cord 44 (October 1994): 267-272. Contemplative Hearing, Seeing Touching, Sisters today 50 (March 1979): 425-441. Culture and Contemplative Community, Review for Religious 52 (July- August): 584-594). The Cost of growth in Prayer, Cross and Crown 27 (June 1975): 156-166. Discernment in Forming Contemplatives, Human Development 13 (Spring 1992): 17-23. The Discernment of a Contemplative Vocation, Review for Religious 40 (January 1981): 113-123. Emotional healing, Human Development 57 (Fall 1998): 31-36. Enclosed in the Mystery of Jesus, Review for Religious 55 (March-April 1996): 143-158. Everything Will Be made New, Review for Religious 47 (May/June 1988): 441-448.

The Feminine Mentor in Human Development, Human Development 4 (Winter 1983): 31-33. Forever and Ever, Sisters Today 46 (November): 143-152. Formation in Contemplation, Contemplative Review (Fall 1980): 1-9. Formation for Contemplation, Part II, Contemplative Review (Winter 1980): 8-18. Formation for Nonviolence, Human Development 24 (Spring 2003): 23- 28. The Geography of Prayer, Review for Religious 34 (July 1975): 608-615. Glorify God in Your Bodies, Living Prayer 21 (January/February 1988): 22-24. Go Forth Swiftly, The Cord 40 (July-August): 211-221. Ground of Grace, Review for Religious 57 (November-December 1998): 628-639. Growing in Prayer, Spiritual Life 22 (Summer 1976): 71-85. Here I am; you called me, Doing What is Ours To Do: A Clarian Theology of Life, St. Bonaventure, NY: Franciscan Institute, 2000. Here I am; you called me, Review for Religious 60 (May/June, 2001) 295-307. In the Context of Discerning, Review for Religious 33 (November 1974): 1263-1270. In the Valley of Decision, Review for Religious 50 (March/April 1991): 201-212. The Leisure to be Contemplative, Spiritual Life 20 (Winter 1974): 238-247. Let This Attitude be in You, Living Prayer 25 (March-April): 3-8. Life Through Death, Sisters today (October 1977): 93-100. Living As Women of Hope, Sisters Today 44 (April 1973): 461-471. Living Contemplatively, Review for Religious 37 (May 1978): 442. Living the Difference: Contemplative and Apostolic Lifestyles, Review for Religious 44 (March/April 1985): 191-196. Made Perfect Through Suffering, Review for Religious 61 (2002): 481-493. Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall, The Cord 51 ( July/August, 2001): 176 – 183. Mountains are for Climbing, Sisters Today 53 (March 1982): 412-416. The Mystery of Judas, Human Development 20 (Fall 1999) 39-43. New Wine...Old Wineskins, Sister Formation Bulletin 17 (Winter 1971):3-10. A New Woman for a New Age, Sisters Today 66 (July 1994): 266-274. No One Sins Like I Do, Pastoral Life 37 (February 1988). On the Seventh Day God Rested, Review for Religious 60 (Nov./ Dec., 2001): 594-601. Paradoxes of Commitment, Sisters Today 46 (August-September): 1-10. Poverty in Spiritual Formation, Human Development 16 (Spring 1995): 21-24. Prayer and the Apostle, Sisters Today 47 (February 1976): 335-345. Prayer and the Apostle, Sisters Today 47 (March 1976): 410-424. Praying with Clare of Assisi, The Cord 47 (July-August 1997): 185-193. A Question of Vocation, The Cord (June 1977): 164-178. The Richness of a Father, The Cord 33 (August 1983): 195-205. Saint Clare of Assisi Teaches about Formation, Human Development 17 (Fall 1996): 30-36. Spiritual Dynamism, Contemplative Review 19 (Summer 1986): 1-10. Suffering as a Way to God, Human Development 25 (Summer 2004): 23-27. Suffering taught me your way, Stauros Notebook, (Vol. 24: n. p) Number 2. (Reprint of “Suffering as a way to God” in Human Development) Transfer to a Contemplative Community, Review for Religious 40 (May/June 1981): 345-353. Transformation: Sanctity in Process, Review for Religious 58 (Nov. /Dec., 1999): 596 – 608. Until Christ be Formed in You, Review for Religious 39 (July 1980): 486-498. Until Christ be Formed in You, Call To Growth/Ministry 6 (Summer 1981): 20-28. The Vocation of Clare of Assisi, The Cord 45 (July-August 1995): 7-15. Vocation of a Community, Review for Religious 36 (May 1977): 412-420.

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What’s So Different about Contemplative Nuns? Catholic Digest (September 1985). Where are you? Human Development 22 ( Spring 2001): 30-34. Why Not Pray? Way (April 1976): 23-31. Work in such a way, Review for Religious 59 (Sept. /Oct., 2000): 500 -506. “Formation for Nonviolence” HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 24 (Spring, 2003) 23- 28 Marie de Borbone, +ca. 1445, Amiens, France. MartFran - Sept. 7 Marie Cavaliera, Abbess, ca. 15th cen., Chambery /Savoie, France. Reformer of the Urbanist Clares in France. De Clary, Leon, O.F.M. Lives of the Saints and Blessed of the Three Orders of Saint Francis, Vol. II. Taunton: Fran. Conv., 1885: 42-7. MartFran - Jan. 4 Marie-Françoise Amata de Jesus, P.C.C., 1795-1871, Versailles, France. Foundress. BF 960, n. 4589 (195863). Cent années de silence. Les Clarisses-Colettines de Versailles. Paris: Imprimerie Laboureur et Cie. 1960. Marie-Clement, +1530, Alençon, France. MartFran - March 30 Marie de Corbie, SOG, P.C.C., +1440, Seurre /Borgogna, France. Companion of St. Colette of Corbie and became Abbess of the monastery in Corbie. MartFran - May 8 MarieCécile de St. Paul, 18511927, Lavaur. Cloître ensoleillé, Mère Cécile. Vie de la R. Mère Marie-Cecile de St. Paul, Abbesse des Clarisses de Lavaur. Lavaur, 1930. Lainati II: 752, 1610-11. Raggio di sole serafico. Madre Maria Cecilia di S. Paolo, Badessa delle Clarisse di Lavaur. Turin, 1934. Writings: Le mystère de JesusChrist. Extrairs de la sainte Ecriture, des écrits des Saints Pères et des meilleurs Auteurs ecclésiastiques.(5 vols.): second edition. Albi 1908; JésusChrist dans la Liturgie. Albi 1925. La louange divine. Albi 1926. Marie-Celine a Presentatione (Jeanne-Germaine Castang), Bl., P.C.C., 1878 – 1897, Bordeux-Talence,France

BF 336, n. 5267 (1940-46); 614, n. 2640 (1949-50); 668, n. 8433 (1974-80). Enciclopedia Italiana IX, 1043. Fleur du Cloitre ou Vie edificante de Soeur MarieCeline.... Bruges: Desclee, 1924. English: A Lily of the Cloister; or, The Edifying Life of Sister Marie-Celine of the Presentation. Trans. Mary Caroline Watt. Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1924. Lekeux, Marcial, O.F.M. La petite Soeur Céline. Paris: Éditions Albin Michel, 1949. Spanish: La pequeña sor Celina. Trans. P. Jose Carrillo, O.F.M. Barcelona: Luis Gili Editor, 1956. ___. Mala sestra Celina [Maria Caelina a Presentatione +1897]. Preveo Caslav Husnjak. Zagreb: Samostan sv. Klare, 1980. Poor Clare Nun. Sister Celine. Abridged from the French Life by R.B.M. Foster. London: Burns Oates and Washbourne, 1923. Salvadori, Maria Spiller. Suor Maria Celina della Presentazione, Clarissa. Frate Francesco 16 (1943): 131-5. MarieClaire, P.C.C., +1980, Lennoxville, Canada. BF 675, n. 8518 (19741980). Mère Marie-Claire, abbadesse et fondatrice du monastère des Pauvres Clarisses de Lennoxville. Lennoxville: Monastère des Clarisses, 1980. Marie-Claire (Josephine Bouillevaux), P.C.P.A., 1820-1871, Troyes, France. Foundress of Franciscan Nuns of the Most Blessed Sacrament who later took the Urbanist Rule. Barboza, Rupert, O.F.M. Poor Clares of Perpetual Adoration. Their Origin, History and Their Growth in India. A paper written for the Franciscan Institute, St. Bonaventure, NY. Franciscan Nuns of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Silver Anniversary 1921-1946. Cleveland, OH: Adoration Monastery, 1946. Marie-Claire de Jésus-Hostie, 1855-1935, Marseille, France. Une âme virile: La Très Révérende Mère Marie-Claire de Jésus Hostie (1855-1935). Marseille: Monastére des Clarisses, 1936. MarieColette du Sacre Coeur, P.C.C., 18571905, Besançon, France. Navatel, Jean-Joseph, S. J. S. MarieColette du Sacré- Coeur, Clarisse du monastère de Besançon d'apres ses notes spirituelles. Paris, 1920-1921. ___. Une Contemplative au XX e siecle: Sr. M. Colette du Sacre Coeur. Paris 1922. Ragazzini, S. M., O.F.M.Conv. Maria vita dell'anima. Itinerario mariano alla SS. Trinità. Rome 1960. [Contains treatment of Soeur Marie-Colette's Marian devotion] Writings: Autobiography. Points of spirituality. A Tract on perfection. Works on the vows. Works on the cloister. Montagne de la contemplation.

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Una meditatione o sogno sulle stelle. These spiritual writings and many letters are preserved in the archives of the Monastery at Besançon. Published Writings: Lainati I: 98, 168, 220, 239, 270, 273, 364, 491, 447, 552, 563, 592, 620, 637, 649, 794; II: 840, 873, 1100, 1179, 1181, 1275, 1288, 1338, 1336, 1544, 1611. Marie de Braye , 1200-1260, Reims, France. Sent by Clare to France. Arnold de Serent. L'Ordre de Sainte Claire en France pendent sept siècles. Études Franciscaines 11 (1953): 133. Iriarte 209. De Cherance 100-4. Marie de l'Enfant Jesus, P.C.C., +1908, Lourdes, France. Writings: Autobiogaphy published after her death. Letters, spiritual notes, poems. Publications on the writings: Une âme d'élite. Comment on aime en Dieu. Vie del la Mère Marie de l'Enfant Jésus, écrite par ellemême. Geneoble, 1910. Lainati I: 560, 577, 613, 632, 787; II: 912, 1045, 1175 1336, 1425, 1612-13. Marie de l'Immaculée-Conception, 1899-1937, Béziers, France. BF 690, n. 3620 (1938-39). Duval, Guy, O.F.M. La révérende Mère Marie de l'Immaculée-Conception. 1899-1937. Béziers: Monastère des Clarisses, 1938. Marie de Louvencourt, P.C.C., +1778, Amiens, France. BF 1039 (196473). La dèvote Marie de Louvencourt d'Amiens et ses ècrits conserves a Courtrai. Sociètè d'Emulation de Bruges 104 (1967): 14151. Writings: Some writings are preserved. Marie de la Passion, 19141980 Casolini, Fausta. In Memoria di Soeur Marie de la Passion (1914-1980), che conobbe e fece conoscere S. Chiara. Frate Francesco 48 (1981): 77-89. MarieDominique Berlamont, P.C.C., 1799-1871, Bruges /Belgium / England. BF 857, n. 4105 (1951-54); 1049, n. 7654, 7655 (19641973).

Devas, Dominic, O.F.M. A Poor Clare of Yesterday. London: Herder, Franciscan Essays. 1924: 18390. Iriarte 468. Lainati I: 140, 598, 690; II: 965, 1311, 1613-14. Lekeux, Martial, O.F.M. Mère Marie-Dominique, Clarisse, la Thérèse du Nord. Brussels: Editions du Chant-d'Oiseau, [1964]. Lynch 5012. Mariën, A. Une insigne fondatrice au 19e siècle, Mère Marie-Dominique Berlament (17991871), abbesse des Pauvres Claires Colettines de Bruges. Contemplation et Apostolat 20 (1953). O'Brien, Celsus, O.F.M. The Story of the Poor Clares. Limerick: Franciscan Friary, 1992: 79-80. Writings: Many letters. Publications on the writings: Vie de la Mère Marie-Dominique, dans le monde Julie Berlament, Abbesse...des Clarisses Colettines de Bruges, suivie de ses lettres. Bruges 1888. [Contains 42 of her letters] MarieImelda de l'Eucharistie (Yvonne Bernard), SOG, P.C.C. 19011935, Marlboro, MA, USA / Riviere-du-Loup, Canada. Lainati I: 167, 420, 607, 626, 776; II: 848, 1614. Lumière dans le Seigneur: à la Suite de Sainte Claire D'Assise. Soeur Marie-Imelda de l'Eucharistie, Clarisse-Colettine 1901-1935. Rivière-du-Loup, Quebec: Monastère de SainteClaire, 1958. Writings: Spiritual notes, some biographical, preserved at the Monastery in Riviere-du-Loup. Marie Pia de Saint François , Hannut, Belgium. Ames de lumière. Mère Pia de Saint François, des Pauvres Claires Colettines de Hannut, par une Clarisse. Liège: Dessain, 1946. MarieSéraphin du Saint Sacrament O.S.C. Cap., +1934, Paris. BF 660, n. 8274 (19811985); 668, n. 8434 (1974-80). Writings: Journal Publications on the writings: Journal d'une clarisse. Paris: Apostolat des Editions, 1980. Si vous connaissez mon Dieu, vous l'aimeriez. Journal d'une clarisse. (Coll. Feu Séraphique en Terre Proven?ale) Aix-en-Provence: Monastère Clarisses Capuchinas, 1981. Marie - S. Pauli a Jesu (Marina Clarina Hurtubise), P.C.C. +1956 Valleyfield, Quebec. BF 961, n. 4596 (195863). Théoret, Pierre Eucher. Claire du Canada. Valleyfield, Quebec: Monastére des Pauvres Clarissas, 1958.

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Marina di Leopoli, Martyr, + 1259/1269, Zavichost, Poland. Martyred by the Tartars in Zavichost, Poland, with 59 companions. MartFran - Feb. 2 Martha Boigas, Ven., O.S.C. Cap., + 1408, Barcelona, Spain. BF 673, n. 8494 (19741980). Cardini, Franco. Allegrezza Casali [soror Martha +1408] devota di S.Margherita, figura panoco nota nella spiritualità cortonese. Studi Franciscani 72 (1975): 335-44. Castigatio Scriptores CCXLI (241). J. of San Antonio, 2. Writings: Vitam una cum revelationibus Ven. Sororis Marthae Boigas Capuccinae. 4 vols. preserved in the Monastery of S. Margarita. Barcelona. [ca. 1645] Martina di Oswiecim, Martyr, +1259/1269, Zavichost, Poland. Together with 59 of her sisters she was murdered by the Tartars. MartFran - Feb. 2 Martyrs of Ptolemais (Antioch) 74 Poor Clares, slain by Mohammedans in 1268. Del Valle, C., O.F.M. Brilliante martirologio de las Clarisas. Misiones Franc. 37 (1953): 3559. Habig 1018. Martyrs of Tripoli 69 Poor Clares, slain by Mohammedans in 1289. Del Valle, above. Habig 1018. Martyrs of Zawich, Poland 60 Poor Clares slain by Tartars, ca. 1260 (1259). Castigacio Scriptores 328. Lists names of all the Poor Clares martyred at this time. Del Valle, above. Habig 1018. Martyrs of Acre (Tel Aviv) Poor Clares slain by Saracens in 1291. Del Valle, above. Marianus 1603. Oliger, Livarius, O.F.M. La caduta di S. Giovanni d'Acri nel 1291 e una leggenda agriografica migratoria. Miscellanea Pio Paschini (Rome)I (1949): 327-47.

Poor Clare Martyrs of Spain and France: BF 652, n. 8163 (1981-85). Omaechevarria, Ignacio, O.F.M. Monache martiri del nostro tempo [Clar., Cap., Concept., Hispaniae, 193639]. Forma Sororum 4 (1984): 18991. Gregoire, P. Les religieuses de Nantes durant la persecution revolutionaire. Nantes, 1921. Guérin, M. Louis. L'Auréole de Sainte Claire. Remondet-Aubin, 1867. Schmitt, Clément. Les Clarisse Urbanistes et Colletines de Metz pendant la Révolution. Memoires de l'Académie nationale de Metz. Metz: Impr. spéciale des voix lorraines, 1921. Mary Agnes Clara Steiner S.O.G., 18131862 Mary Bernadette Muller, O.S.C., 1928-1994, Brennan, Texas, USA. Muller, Bernadette, and Elizabeth Harper Neeld. Sister Bernadette: Cowboy Nun from Texas. The Story of a Woman Challenged by God. Houston, Texas: Centerpoint Press, 1991. Leslie, Candace. Poor Clares and Little Horses. Catholic Digest, Feburary 1991: 1, 2, 6. Mary Clare, P.C.C., Alexandria, Virginia, U.S.A. The Finding of the Body of Saint Clare, September 23, 1850. The Cord 35 (1985): 247-253. Mary Clare of the Infant Jesus (Clare Vaughn), P.C.C.ca. 1843- England. Lovat, Lady. Clare Vaughn. New York: Cathedral Library Association, 1916. Mary Clare of St. Francis (Von Kuefstein Odescalchi), S.O.G., O.S.C. Cap. 18341933 (?) Forum 262, 293, 335. Habig 1018. Mary Francis (Aschmann), P.C.C., 1921 – 2004, St. Louis, MO / Roswell, NM, USA Lainati I: 377; II: 1329, 1614. Published Writings: A Right to be Merry. New York: Sheed and Ward, 1956; London: Sheed and Ward, 1957; New York: All Saints Press, 1962; Chicago: Fran.Herald Press, 1973. Dutch: Ons Recht Vrolijk. Amsterdam 1956; German: Das Recht Frolich zu Sein. Verlag Butzer und Bercher, 1959; French: La Joie Sous le Voile. Salvator-Mulhouse, 1962; Italian: La Gioia Sotto il Velo. Turin: Marietti, 1963. Blessed Are You. St. Bonaventure, NY: The Franciscan Institute, 1976. (First Appeared in The Cord 1975; Reprinted in Friar 1977.) But I Have Called You Friends. Chicago: Franciscan Herald Press, 1974. (First appeared in The Cord, Feb. to Sept., 1973.) German: Freundschaft- Aber Wir?. Dietrich - Coelds-Verlag, 1978. Come Alive. Chicago: Franciscan Herald Press, 1988. (First appeared in The Cord, Apr. to Dec., 1970.) Constitutions for Poor Clare Nuns. Chicago: Franciscan Herald Press, 1987. (Also in French, German, Spanish, Dutch and Swahili) Francis. The Story of St. Francis of Assisi for Children. New York: Sheed and Ward, 1959.

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How to Pray. Chicago: Franciscan Herald Press, 1988. [First appeared in National Catholic Register, 1984] Marginals on "Perfectae Caritatis." Chicago: Franciscan Herald Press, 1967. (First appeared in The Cord 1966-1967). Spaces for Silence and Other Essays. Chicago: Franciscan Herald Press, 1964. The Story of the Saint everyone loves related for children. Roswell, NM: Poor Clare Monastery, n. d. Strange Gods Before Me. New York: Sheed & Ward, 1965; German: Wider Die Fremden Gotter. Raber Verlag Luzern und Strttgart, 1967; French: La Chasse aux Idoles. Paris: Editions Salvator, Mulhouse, 1967; Italian: La Caccia agli Idoli. Brescia: Quiriniana, 1969. Variations on a Theme. Chicago: Franciscan Herald Press, 1977. With Light Step and Unstumbling Feet. A Presentation to the Hierarchy and Clergy of the United States by Cloistered Contemplative Nuns. Cleveland: Poor Clare Federation of Mary Immaculate, 1977; German: Met Lichte Tred en Vaste Voet. Tilburg, 1977. Walled-In Light. The Life of Saint Colette of Corbie. New York: Sheed & Ward, 1959; German: Geborgen In Licht. Kevelaer: Butzon und Bercker, 1983. Where Caius Is and Other Poems. St. Bonaventure, NY: The Franciscan Institute, 1955. Whom I Have Loved. [Poetry collection], Chicago, 1947. Many more articles, including drama. Mary Francis of the Five Wounds (Margaret Sinclair), P.C.C., 19001925, Edinburgh, Scotland. Agius, T. Margaret Sinclair. Servant of God 1900-1925. Glasgow: 1926. Basile, O.F.M. Cap. Fleur du risier; Marguerite Sinclair, jeune ouvrière et clarisse. Rosier S. Franc. 42 (1941): 245-7; 43 (1942): 7-9. Bibliotheca Sanctorum VIII, 1067-8. BF 337, n. 5278, 5279 (1940-46); 489, n. 2040 (1947-48); 614, n. 2641 (1949-50);. Doyle, T. The Virtues of Margaret Sinclair. Glasgow, 1928. Firmin de Saint Étienne, O.F.M. Cap. Nos chefs de file: Marguerite Sinclair. Annal. Franc. 12 (1947): 437. Forbes, F.A. Margaret Sinclair. In Religion, Sr. Mary Francis of the Five Wounds. London & Habig 882. Stang, Joseph. Margaret Sinclair: Helper of the unemployed. Paterson, N.J.: St. Anthony's Guild Press, 1915; 1942; 1949. Mary Francis Hone, O.S.C., 1936- , Providence, RI / Boston, MA, U.S.A. Published Writings: Clare and the Ancrene Riwle. The Cord 36 (1986): 202-214; 275-288; 304-312. [A comparison of an ancient anchoritic Rule with the Rule of Saint Clare] Clare’s Conformity to Christ in the Libro of Marianus of Florence. Communion and Communication 22 (April 1996): 43-52. Crossino, Antonio. Santa Chiara d'Assisi patrona dei marinai. Forma Sororum XXXII, no. 4-5 (1995): 275-279. Trans. Hone, Mary Francis, O.S.C. Saint Clare of Assisi, Patroness of Mariners. Clareview Spring 1997: 1-2. Everything After God: Living the Spirit of Clare in Today’s World. Spirit and Life: A Journal of Contemporary Franciscanism, 1 (1991): 73-89. ___. Tutto dopo Dio: vivere oggi lo spiritu di Chiara. Forma Sororum 32 (1995): 166-188.

God is Happening: A Trinitarian Theology. Doing What is Ours To Do: A Clarian Theology of Life. St. Bonaventure University, NY: The Franciscan Institute, 2000. Mariano da Firenze. How Saint Clare in many ways and deeds was conformed to Christ. Trans. Mary Francis Hone, O.S.C. Libro delle dignita et excellentie del ordine della seraphica madre delle povere donne Sancta Chiara da Asisi. 1515. Intro., notes and indices Giovanni Boccali, O.F.M. Assisi: Portiuncola Press, 1986: 110-130. St. Clare of Assisi and her Order: A Bibliographic Guide. Ed. Mary Francis Hone, O.S.C. St. Bonaventure, NY: The Franciscan Institute, The Clare Series, vol. 5, 1995. The Refining of the Light: The Way of Purgation in Saint Clare of Assisi. The Cord 36 (1986): 315 The Third Spring: Our Heritage and Our Future. Opening address given at the Triennial Chapter of the Poor Clare Federation of the Most Holy Name of Jesus, April 23, 1993. Woman Most Powerful: Reflections on the Prayer of Saint Clare of Assisi. The Cord 33 (1983): 206-214. Mary Helen Kelley, O.S.C.1944- 200 , Memphis, Tennessee, USA Published writings: Skin Deep - Designer Clothes by God. Memphis: Monastery of St. Clare, 1990. Reality in Three Dimensions: Reflections of the Trinity. Memphis: Monastery of St. Clare, 1993. Mary of the Holy Trinity (Louise Jacques), P.C.C. 19011942, Jerusalem. Aimé [De Epiquerez], O.F.M. Cap. Soeur Marie de la Trinité, Clarisse (1901-1942). Message S. Franc. 26 (1947):122-4, 148-51, 264-7; 28 (1948): 10-13, 107-12, 132-7, 178-83. BF 336, n. 5274-5 (1940-46); 489, n. 2041-2 (1947-48); 613, n. 2636-7 (1949-50); 855,n. 4094-5 (195153); 1109-10, n. 4182 (195457); 658, n. 8247 (198185). Lainati 15967. Lynch 5614. Maria von der Heiligsten Dreifaltigkeit, O.S.C. Jesus -ihn höret. Schwester Maria von de Hl. Drefaltigkeit (Louisa Jacques). Konvertitin - Klarissin 1901-1942. Freiburg/Schweiz`konstanz-München: Kanisius-Verlag, [1957]. Marie de Jesús, O.S.C. Sister Mary of the Trinity, Poor Clare of Jerusalem. Communion and Communication 16 (1993): 163-72. Una Clarisa blanca del Africa negra en un monastero de Palestina: Sor María de la Trinidad Jacques. Missiones Franc. 41 (1957): 253 ff. Van den Broek, Silverius, O.F.M. Soeur Marie de la Trinité (Louisa Jacques), Clarisse de Jérusalem (1901-1942). Conversion. Vocation. Carnets. 2nd. ed. Malines: Impr. S. François, 1948. German: Zuster Maria van de Drieënheid (Louisa Jacques), Claris van Jerusalem 1901-1042. Bekering. Roeping. Aantekeningen. Mechelen: St.-Franciscus-Drukkerij, 1949. Von Balthasar, Hans Urs. Per Una Lettura della vita e degli scritti de suor Maria della Trinità, Clarisse di Gerusalem. FS 6 (1990):369-72. Writings: Spiritual notes. Publications on the writings:

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Colloquio interiore. 2nd. ed. Jerusalem: Tipografia dei Padri Francescani, [s. a.]; Italian: Maria della Trinità, Clarisse di Gerusalemme (1901-1942). Colloquio interiore. Trans. Bellarmino Bagatti, O.F.M. Castiglione, Humani M. Colloquio interiore. L'Italia Francescana 26 (1951): 275-82. De Vink, Dr. Jose. Revelations of Women Mystics from the Middle Ages to Modern Times. New York: Alba House, 1985. Duboin, Alan-Marie, O.F.M. Qu'un meme amour nous rassemble. Paris: Apostolat des Editions, 1979; English: The Life and Message of Sr. Mary of the Holy Trinity. Rockford: Tan Books and Publishers, 1987. Gottemoller, Bartholomew, O.C.S.O. Words of Love Spoken by Our Lord to Three Twentieth Century Victim Souls. Huntsville: Cistercian Abbey of the Holy Trinity, 1971. [Selections from the revelations of Sr. Josefa Menendez, Sr. Mary of the Trinity, O.S.C., and Sr. Consolata Betrone, O.S.C. Cap. Soeur Marie de la Trinité: Louisa Jacques, Clarisse de Jerusalem, 1901-1942. Ed. Silvere van den Broek, O.F.M. Beyrouth: Imprimerie Catholoque, 1943; Malines 1948, 1950. English: The Spiritual Legacy of Sister Mary of the Holy Trinity, Poor Clare of Jerusalem (1901-1942). Maryland: Newman Press, 1950; Rockford, Illinois: Tan Books, 1981. Mary Magdalen of the Sacred Heart (Bentivoglio), Abbess, Foundress, SOG, 1834 1905, Panisperna / Rome, Italy and Evansville, Indiana, USA. Daughter of Count Bentivoglio, vested in the habit of St. Clare in the Monastery of San Lorenzo in Panisperna, Rome. By the express consent of the Servant of God, Bernardine of Portogruaro, who named her first Abbess, she introduced the Poor Clares of the Primitive Observance in the United States of America. Barth, Pius, O.F.M. With Light Step and Unstumbling Feet: Mother Maria Maddalena Bentivoglio, O.S.C.(18341905). Portraits in American Sanctity. Ed. Joseph N. Tylenda, S.J. Chicago: Franciscan Herald Press, 1982. BF 675 n. 8513-6 (19741980). Bragatini, Bonifacio, O.F.M. Cenni della vita della serva di Dio Madre Maria Magdalena, L'Umile Foundatrice della Povere Clarisse negli Stati Uniti d'America (Contessa Annetta Bentivoglio). Rome 1912. Cicognani, A. G., Card. Santità in America. New York 1948. Fiege, Marianus, O.S.F.C. The Princess of Poverty. Evansville: Monastery of St. Clare, 1909; The Newman Press, 1990 [includes Memoirs of M. Magdalena and Constanza.] Habig 741. Higdon, Mary Joseph, O.S.C. Mother Mary Magdalen Bentivoglio. A presentation given at a Meeting of the Mother Mary Magdalen Bentivoglio Federation 1982. Lainati II: 1603; Lynch 5237; MartFran - Aug. 18. Mother Magdalen Bentivoglio. Franciscan Herald 56 (1977): 35867. Powers, Gabriel Francis. A Woman of the Bentivoglios. Notre Dame, Indiana: Ave Maria Press, 1921. [Early life and foundations] Seed Sown in Sorrow: Mother Mary Magdalen Bentivoglio, Foundress of the Poor Clare Nuns in the United States. St. Louis, MO: Monastery of St. Clare, 1988.

Thom, Frances Ann, O.S.C. and Mary Ellen, O.S.C. Mother Maddalena Bentivoglio, O.S.C. Foundress of the Poor Clares in the United States. The Cord 30 (1980): 611, 836, 1427, 20814, 27480, 3239. World of Mother Magdalena Bentivoglio, O.S.C. Scenes from her life and times. A seminar commemorating the Centenial Year of her arrival in the United States. Written, compiled and printed by the Minneapolis Poor Clares. Minneapolis: St. Clare's Monastery, 1978. Zarella, Mary Alice, O.S.C. I Will God's Will. Evansville: Poor Clare Monastery Press, 1975. [Life of Mother Magdalen] Writings: Memoirs. Letters. Publications on the writings: Fiege 224 ff. Kleber, Albert, O.S.B., A Bentivoglio of the Bentivoglios: The Servant of God Mary Magdalena Bentivoglio of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. New Orleans: St. Clare's Monastery, 1984. [Author is Vice-Postulator of her cause.] Mary Pacifica (La Blanc), O.S.C., 1885-1971, Bordentown, New Jersey, USA Writings: Numerous poems. Published Writings: The Divine Weaver and Other Poems. Paterson: St. Anthony Guild, 1950. Mary Regina, P.C.C., Alexandria, Virginia, U.S.A. The Lord’s Prayer in the Spirituality of St. Clare of Assisi. The Cord 44 (1994): 101-106. Mary Teresa of the Child Jesus (Mieczsawa, Bl., O.S.C. Cap 1902-41, Przasnysz, Poland In 1941 she was placed in Dzialdowo concentration camp with the 36 members of her community, finally offering her life for the release of her sisters. Continenti Missionari Cappuccini 5/6 (1999). Mary Veronica Emendorff, Ven., P.C.C., 1845-1904, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. Foundress of Poor Clare Colettines in America. Poor Clare Nuns. A Cloistered Life. Mother Mary Veronica, P.C.C. Cleveland: Catholic Univ. Press, 1908. Matthia of Nazzarei, Bl. 1234-1300(1320), Matelica/Marche, Italy. Her cult was approved by Pope Clement XIII. Clarisse de Matelica. Beata Mattia, rivelaci il tuo segreto! In Margine ai 750 anni dalla nascita della beata Mattia. Forma Sororum 40, n.5 (2003): 256-62.

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De Clary,Leon. O.F.M. Lives of the Saints and Blessed of the Three Orders of Saint Francis, Vol. II. Taunton: Fran. Conv., 1885: 3328. Fiege 211; Habig 843; MartFran - Dec. 28 Maximiliana Hildebrand, 1660, Brixen, Tyrol. SerMart - Jan. 18 Maximiliana von Ules, 1618, Tarent. SerMart - Jan. 31. Maximiliana Wolf, Jan. 27, 1732, Freiburg, Breisgau. SerMart - Jan. 27 Menzia Avalos, +ca, 1480, Calabazanos/Palencia, Spain. MartFran - Jan. 15. Menzia do Concesione, 1541-1580, Castagneto, Portugal. MartFran - Jan. 2; SerMart - Jan. 19 Menzia Avalos, ca. 1480, Valencia, Spain. SerMart - Jan. 15 Menzia da Mendoza, SOG, +1558, Jaén, Spain. MartFran - May 25 Menzia de San Martino, Abbess, +1513, Montilla/Cordova, Spain MartFran - June 17 Menzia Velez, +ca. 1450, Cuenca, Spain. MartFran - Sept. 2 Michaela Maria a Sancto Antonio, Fomar, Spain. J. a S. Antonio, Appendix. Writings: De Via Coeli. De Immaculata Conceptione Deiparae Semper Virginis. Apologiam pro eodem libro. De Conscientia tract. De Poenis Divini Amoris Tract. Methodum benevivendi. Preces ad Deiparam. Expositionem Mysteriorum Fidet. Milagro Ortells Gimeno, SOG, O.S.C.Cap., 18821936, Valencia, Spain.

Modesta da Soncino, SOG, +1582, Milan, Italy MartFran - Jan. 11; SerMart - Jan. 11 Monica Benedetta Cima, +1990, Mondovi, Italy. Masseroni, Enrico. Il maestro é qui e ti chiama: testimonianza di Sr. Monica Benedetta Cima, O.S.C. Mondovi: Cooperativa Editrice Monregalese, 1991. Fiege 211; Habig 843 Naia de'Donati Niece of Dante. AFH 11 (1918): 277-8. Odislava di Warka, Martyr, +1259/1269, Zavichost, Poland. Together with 59 other sisters she was martyred by the Tartars. MartFran - Feb. 2 Oliveria di Plokozk, Martyr, +1259/1269, Zavichost, Poland. Together with 59 other sisters she was martyred by the Tartars. MartFran - Feb. 2 Olivia Wassman, O.S.C., 1930 - , New Orleans, LA, U.S.A. Published Writings: Sketches of New Orleans. New Orleans: St. Clare's Monastery, 1985. Onorata di Zavichost, Martyr, +1259/1269, Zavichost, Poland. Together with 59 other sisters she was martyred by the Tartars. MartFran - Feb. 2 Onoria di Plock, Martyr, +1259/1269, Zavichost, Poland. Together with 59 other sisters she was martyred by the Tartars. MartFran - Feb. 2 Orsola di Prosowice, Martyr, +1259/1269, Zavichost, Poland. Together with 59 other sisters she was martyred by the Tartars. MartFran - Feb. 2 Orsola Formicini, ca. 1500, Rome, Italy. Cronaca di S. Cosimato in Mica Aurea. Vatican Library. Codex 7933. Fantozzi, A. La riforma osservante delle Clarisse nell'Italia centrale. AFH 23 (1930): 488-9. Lainati 161516.

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Wadding, Luke, O.F.M. Annales Minorum (1233). 358, XXXVIII. Quaracchi 1931. Vol. II, 407. Ortolana di Offreduccio, Widow, ca. 1175-1230, Assisi, Italy. Mother of three holy virgins: Saint Clare, Saint Agnes and Beatrice. Da Pisaro, Ciro, O.F.M. La beata Ortolana d'Assisi. Rome: Salustina, 1904. ---. Vie de la Comtesse Scifi, or, Bienheureuse Hortulane d'Assise. Lille: Desclee de Brouwer, 1906. ---. La Madre del Santo d'Assisi. Tolentino 1926. MartFran - Jan. 2 National Library of Florence. Vita b. Hortulana matris S. Clarae. Magliabechian Codex 699, XXXVII, ff. 74v-75r. Ricard, Antonine. S. Claire d'Assise. Lille: Desclée de Brouwer, 1875. [Contains an illustration used in veneration of St. Clare's mother, Ortulana.] Wadding, Luke. Annales III, XXV, 309. [A brief life of Hortulana] Ottilia di Casimiria, Martyr, +1259/1269, Zavichost, Poland. Together with 59 other sisters she was martyred by the Tartars. MartFran - Feb. 2 Ottolia di Sandecz, Martyr, +1259/1269, Zavichost, Poland. Together with 59 other sisters she was martyred by the Tartars. MartFran - Feb. 2