ACH128: The first women’s religious community in the US was the Carmel of Port Tobacco, Maryland, and Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us about the Catholic families behind the founding, how they overcame anti-Catholic discrimination, and the restoration that preserved the sacred place.
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- Carmel of Port Tobacco
- Bernardina Teresa Xavier of St. Joseph (Anne Matthews) Foundress of Baltimore Carmel – The Carmelite Nuns of Baltimore
- Ann Teresa Mathews – Wikipedia
- Restorers of Mount Carmel in Maryland
- St. Teresa Association
- Mount Carmel Monastery – Wikipedia
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