Life of Mother Pauline von Mallinckrodt

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  • Foreword
  • Introduction, by Cardinal George William Mundelein, D.D.
  • Part I – Pauline’s Life in the World
    • Chapter I – Pauline’s Childhood and Youth – Death of Her Mother
    • Chapter II – Pauline’s Twofold Task, Management of the Household and the Care of her Brothers and Sister, Animated and Ennobled by Practices of Piety
    • Chapter III – The Ways of Divine Providence in Preparing Pauline for the Foundation of a New Order – Death of Her Father – Day Nursery – Institution for the Blind
    • Chapter IV – Man Proposes, God Disposes – Pauline in Quest of an Order Which Will Take Charge of the Blind Children
    • Chapter V – Private Asylum for the Blind Incorporated with the Catholic Division of the Provincial School for the Blind (1847) Preparations for the Foundation of a Community
  • Part II – Pauline’s Life in Religion
    • Chapter I – Foundation of the Congregation of the Sisters of Christian Charity, and Reception of the Religious Habit, 21 August 1849
    • Chapter II – Novitiate of the First Four Sisters, and Their Temporary Profession, 4 November 1850
    • Chapter III – Erection of a New Provincial School for the Blind – Activity and Spread of the Community up to the Time of the Kulturkampf approbation of the Community
    • Chapter IV – The Kulturkampf – A New Field of Labor Opens in the New World
    • Chapter V – The Community Is Established in North and South America – Mother Pauline’s First Transatlantic Trip
    • Chapter VI – Pilgrimage to Rome – First General Chapter – Death of Bishop Martin
    • Chapter VII – Mother Pauline’s Last Great Undertaking
    • Chapter VIII – Deliverance from Exile
  • Part III – Virtues
    • Chapter I – Assiduity at Prayer – Devotion to the Most Blessed Sacrament, and Love for Holy Communion
    • Chapter II – Charity
    • Chapter III – Confidence in God and Conformity to His Divine Will
    • Chapter IV – Love of Poverty and Humility – Gratitude
    • Chapter V – Mother Pauline’s Love for Holy Church