"The present magnificent church originally housed a three-manual 35-rank electro-pneumatic instrument built by the Bennett Organ Co., Op. 929, 1924. In 1966, it was giving serious problems. Sister Theresita, Director of Music for the Convent, stated at the time that "the instrument had not been repaired since it was bought. Almost from the beginning [she said], some of the organ stops were unusable, and in recent years the tone had become even poorer."
Basically, Fr. Ward built a new organ, using some of the Bennett pipework and other parts, assisted by novices at the Convent. Most of the principal chorus, upperwork, and reeds are new. The Sisters changed the name of the Convent to Monastery Immaculate Conception in 1991." -- 1993 OHS Handbook