Letter from Cardinal Michael Logue to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from Cardinal Michael Logue, Ara Coeli, Armagh, to Hagan, with good wishes presiding over the destinies of the Venerable Irish College; he has recommended Curran as vice-rector. Stating he does not want to delay the beatification of Oliver Plunkett by a year because he would like to be present and cannot vouch for next year. Does not expect a great number of Irish people, but travelling will be even more expensive in 1921. There is no lack of funds; mentioning need for a popular life (not now to be supplied by O'Riordan) and for relics from Downside- 'I would not like to deface the head'. Hagan ought to be appointed promotor. �2,016 have been sent from the archdiocese for the Pope's charity.
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