IHM History – Resources
To commemorate the anniversary of the congregation’s founding on Nov. 10, 1845, this presentation includes photographs and artifacts from the IHM Archives that highlight the creative process and the imaginative spirit of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Sister Mary Jo (Patrick Ellen) Maher, IHM, poured through the Motherhouse Chronicles and other documents within the IHM Archives to craft a thorough history of the beautiful Chapel.
A feminist history of the IHM Sisters. As described in the foreword, “…It is about the power of individual women and the strength of their collective energies. It is about building and sustaining community.”
The biography of IHM Sisters’ co-founder, Redemptorist priest Louis Florent Gillet; written by Gilbert Enderle, CSsR, PhD
These books – and more – are available through the IHM Gift Shop. Call 734-240-8308 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Written by Sister Rosalita Kelly, IHM, this book offers a comprehensive history of the IHM congregation’s first 100 years. It is available for research purposes. Please contact the IHM Archives at 734-240-9695 or via email: Archives