Letter from Sister John Evangelist to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from [Sister] John Evangelist [Barneville], St. Louis Convent, Kiltimagh (County Mayo), to Hagan, explaining the reason for the dispatch of the telegram. Inquiring about a message and some statements allegedly from Hagan and passed on through Fr. Roughneen which denied assistance to the order and approved of the bishop's action. Asking in some indignation for a clarification: 'it cannot be surely that men, upright and honourable in dealing with each other can change their nature when it is a question of treating with a "parcel of women"!' Also mentioning that their parish priest Fr. O'Hara is their most bitter opponent.
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