Taken from the 'Painted Life', a depiction of an early meeting between Mary Ward and her companions in London before they embarked for the crossing to the continent in 1609. Part of Mary Ward's vision for her institute was that the members should live unenclosed and undertake an active mission. (Reproduced by permission from Geistliches Zentrum Maria Ward, Augsburg, and Foto Tanner, Nesselwang, Germany)
The title page of The Brief Relation (1652) written by Susan Hawley, the foundress of the English Sepulchrine convent at Liege.
Copy of a late 18th century image of the convent built for the Augustinian Canonesses in Paris.
An opening of a manuscript showing music used by the English Augustinian Canonesses in their chapel at Louvain probably during the 17th century.
Profession chart created for the English Augustinian Canonesses at Louvain. It was displayed in the convent on the eve of the profession day of a sister to remind the whole community to pray for her. Some details of the saint connected with the profession day were written on the chart and the name and profession details of the nun underneath.
Mother Anne Ludovick Browne, Abbess of Poor Clares, Gravelines, who died on 29 March 1665 at the age of 63.