History of the Congregation of St Catharine of Siena of King William’s Town 1877 – 1957

From the unfinished manuscript
Mother Joseph Sweetnam
1882 – 1958

Forward Catholic History at the Cape before 1877
Chapter I
Chapter II   Arrival at King William’s Town
Chapter III  War and Progess
Chapter IV  East London
Chapter V  Consecrated Church, King William’s Town
Chapter VI   Call to Potchefstroom
Chapter VII  Journey to Rhodesia
Chapter VIII  Work in Rhodesia
Chapter IX  Oakford and Fort Beaufort
Chapter X  Izeli – Convent of Our Lady of the Rosary
Chapter XI  Mater Infirmorum, King William’s Town
Chapter XII  Graaff Reinet
Chapter XIII  Klerksdorp
Chapter XIV  Keilands – Holy Family Mission
Chapter XV  Events of 1897 in the Motherhouse
Chapter XVI  First Overseas Houses
Chapter XVII  The Seven Foundresses
Chapter XVIII  Queenstown Convent and Nursing Home
Chapter XIX  Cradock
Chapter XX  Woodlands, Maria Hilf Mission
Chapter XXI  Johannesburg, Belgravia, Evaton, Vleeschfontein, Rustenburg, Zeerust
Chapter XXII  Witbank; Ermelo
Chapter XXIII  Northern Transvaal, St Maurus Mission
Chapter XXIV  Potgietersrust, St Benedict, St Scholastica
Chapter XXV  Stutterheim, St Dominic’s Convent
Chapter XXVI  Queenstown Vicariate
Chapter XXVII  Aliwal North Diocese
Chapter XXVIII  England: Hinckley, Stoke Golding; Ireland: Upton
Chapter XXIX  Ireland: Bandon, St Philomena’s Home
Chapter XXX  Springs, Brakpan, Nigel
Chapter XXXI   Golden Jubilee, Education, Expansion
Chapter XXXII  Expansion – A New Era