Letter from Thomas Hayden to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from [Thomas] Hayden, St. Patrick's College, Manly (Sydney, Australia), to Hagan. Asking him to try again to get Dr. Leonard to join them; it might take much to persuade Dr. Hallinan to let him go. Fr. Nevin is very well. Commenting that 'the bigots and ranters' demand that Mannix give an oath of allegiance on arrival. The Sister Liquori case adds to the tense atmosphere; mentally ill, she escaped from her convent, and the Orangemen took up her case against Dr. Dwyer who signed her arrest warrant. The archbishops will discuss a proposed Australian college in Rome; Dr. Mannix for one would prefer a new Propaganda College. Dr. Duhig will visit Rome early in 1922. Also stating that 'the Delegate', according to rumour, is going to Rome next year, and that he is anxious to return. Some speculations about their new co- adjutor; Dr. O'Doherty of Clonfert and Dr. Maguire of the Chinese Mission are both spoken of. Having heard that Shane Leslie offers to write a life of Cardinal Moran he regrets the early passing of Monsignor O'Riordan.
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