The above document shows an intimate connection on how local people and the Passionists shared everyday life in October 1908- just as St. Ann’s Monastery had been built. The Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Co. arranged that their employees “may donate coal” to St. Ann’s. In a letter to Fr. Cyprian McGarvey, C.P. at St. Ann’s Church, Mr. R.A. Phillips, Superintendent of the Coal Mining Department made it oficial that the foremen at the Sloan, Dodge, Bellevue, Continental, Hyde Park and Archibald mine collaries were to honor this agreement.
YOU ARE INVITED TO REFLECT ON THE JULY 24, 2021 FOURTH TALK OF THE SUMMER SOLEMN NOVENA BY FATHER ROB CARBONNEAU, C.P. HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE WAY THAT THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC HAS HAD AN IMPACT IN YOUR LIFE?