Letter from M. O'Flanagan to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Typescript letter from M. O'Flanagan, Roscommon (County Roscommon), to Hagan. Giving a lengthy description of the difficulties arising from having to cycle to country parishes and yet appear 'in such a neat and becoming manner as would edify the people'; offering account of his own solution to the problem using a system of buttons and 'make-believe' soutanes under a coat or surplice; asking for ecclesiastical approval for such. It would also allow priests to leave coats on in wintertime.
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