The Indian Advocate. (Sacred Heart Mission, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 2, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 1, 1900 Page: 17 of 24
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' AT ST. MARY'S SACRED HEART OKXA. TER.
The Indian Advocate.
" pxECEMBER 27 1899 two Religious Receptions
J land Professions took place in the Convent
(5- chapel of the Sisters of Mercy Sacred Heart
The former at 4 o'clock p. m. and the latter at 7:30 a. m.
Rt. Rev. Abbot Felix De Grasse O. S. B. presided at
The professed are: Sr. Mary Ignatius in the world
Miss Caroline Webits; and Sr. Mary Gertrude formerly
known as Miss Katie Malone.
The two young ladies admitted into the Novitiate are
Miss Josephine Ast in Religion Sr. Mary Anthony and
Miss Silvie Sullivan now Sr. Maiy Stanislaus. Occasions
such as these which we are happily often privileged to
witness convinced us of the truth of these words:
" 'Tis Heaven alone that is given away
'Tis only God may be had for the asking "
JOSION THE MONK OF THE ROSES.
T O WARDS the middle of the Twelfth century there
JLlived in the Benedictine Abbey of St. Bertin aj'monk
of exemplary piety by name Josion. This good religious
was very remarkable for his singular devotion to the Blessed
Mother of God whom' he delighted to honor with a truly
filial love. His affection for her was that of a child for the
most endearing object of a child's love a tender mother. It
was his pleasure to call her his earthly guide and the Mother
of his Eternal Home.
It happened that the Archbishop of Canterbury on his
return from a visit to Rome called at the monastery and
was pleased at the request of the Abbot Dom Leo to ad-
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