Letter from Bishop M. Fogarty to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from Bishop M. Fogarty, Ennis (County Clare), to Hagan, having lodged the diocese's contribution to the College in their bank. Asking him to appoint Fr. William O'Kennedy, now a prisoner interned without charge, chancellor to the diocesan chapter. Also needing confirmation that he has a right to appoint a priest to a parish as administrator, removable at will should he not prove satisfactory – setting down some details of the case of Fr. Michael Hayes whose parishioners in Feakle revolted against him. Enclosing memorandum on the case; intending to send Fr. Hayes to Sixmilebridge. Stating that the truce is a relief though peace not a foregone conclusion. Hagan is to congratulate the Pope on his admirable letter, and to tell him how marvellous it was indeed that the truce should have been begun on Oliver Plunkett's feast day.
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