Draft Letter from Hagan to Mr. Good
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Draft typescript letter with few handwritten corrections from Hagan to Mr. Good [Dublin]. Quoting at length from Good's article of last week's New Statesman which discusses the lack of discretion manifested by Cardinal Gasparri in sending Monsignor Luzio, apparently following advice from Irish clergy in Rome by not having him present his credentials to be more acceptable to the irregulars. Hagan counters, pointing to his lack of contact with any of those involved in the mission and stating 'that my views on the subject are sufficiently well known to be easily ascertainable'.
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