Letter from P. Daniel to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Typescript letter signed P. Daniel, 33 Kenilworth Square, Dublin (on City Council letterhead), to Hagan. Stating that a certain Fr. MacDonald of Blackrock, whom Fr. Morrissey finds peculiar, is taking the Irish section in hand of the delegation to the Eucharistic Congress in Rome in 1922. Reiterating their trouble in 1914 in Lourdes and emphasising the need for Fr. MacDonald to insist on their own section. Also Daniel is going to organise a pilgrimage to Rome for the Franciscans of Merchant's Quay, and agrees with the scheme of the Italian Federation of Young Men's Associations to involve the C.Y.M.S. Ireland. Asking for advice whether the October pilgrimage should be drop- ped. Worried about Hagan's health and looking forward to meeting him in late August. Jokingly, 'keep your spirits up even if the price is pretty stiff'.
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