University of Notre Dame

Chronicles of Notre Dame du Lac
Edward Sorin, CSC -- Translated by John M. Toohey, CSC, 1895
pg 469       Before the end of the year the number of those whom they had thus 
             prepared and regenerated ran up to eighteen hundred--not to speak 
             of all those that went home edified and made life-long friends of 
             the Sisters of Holy Cross.
                  The Visit was resumed in May, but with hardly any serious 
             result.  After some ten days the Visitor took his departure from 
             Notre Dame du Lac and was heard of no more, leaving it to the 
             General Chapter which was to be held in the month of August, to 
             pronounce on the difficulties of which this visit had been the 
             unexpected and probably also the involuntary occasion.
1863-4            The Chapter did meet at the appointed time and the question 
General      was examined at some length.  The results are known, and this is 
Chapter      not the place to make any comments on the subject, on which the 
             highest tribunal of the Congregation has pronounced its judgment.  
             However, Rome has kept silence at least all this year on the 

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