Novena

Taxonomy

Code

Scope note(s)

Source note(s)

Display note(s)

Hierarchical terms

Novena

Equivalent terms

Novena

Associated terms

Novena

7 Collection results for Novena

7 results directly related Exclude narrower terms

Church decoration and organ at St Francis Xavier's, Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin

Lined notebook entitled ‘Church decoration Organ Improved’. Details work on organ choir services, stations, novenas, old and new organ, advent calendar, retreats and souvenir of retreats and the new organist. With index at the front and hand-drawn plan of reconstruction of organ (30 September 1926) and schedule of works to be completed by Telford & Telford, Organ Builders, 33 Charlemont Street, Dublin for the ‘cleaning and overhauling of organ in Ignatian Chapel, St Francis Xavier’s, Gardiner Street, Dublin (11 July 1944).

House history of St Francis Xavier's, Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin

‘Historia Domus. Resid[ence] St. Fran[cis] Xav[ier]’, Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin. Lined notebook with handwritten entries which record important dates in the history of the church and community at Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin. Gives some background history from 1829 - 1884 and a photograph of Fr Thomas Kelly SJ. Includes information such as: members of the community and records the arrival of new members and the departure of the old, illnesses, deaths and funerals, novenas, feasts, building work carried out to the buildings and church notices. Also contains several insertions, some loose and some pasted onto notebook pages including; newspaper cuttings of special ceremonies, advent, calendars and retreats. Includes contents page by Fr James Rabbitte SJ.

Record of the annual novena of grace at St Francis Xavier’s Church, Upper Gardiner Street

Record of the annual novena of grace at St Francis Xavier’s Church, Upper Gardiner Street (1946 - 1961) with copies of petitions and thanksgiving prayers and extracts from letters. Insertions mostly dating from the mid 1950s include copies of community Christmas Cards, a postcard of the Gardiner Street church and residence and the photograph of a crowd entering the Church.