Letter from M.J. Curran to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Curran, Michael J.
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from M.J. C.[urran], 211 (North Circular) Road (Dublin), to (Hagan). It has been a very hurried vacation; listing his travelling agenda from 27 June via London, Geneva, Bobbio. The cardinal and bishops agreed that an episcopal delegation be sent (to Bobbio) though will not be responsible for an Irish pilgrimage; Daniel rose to the occasion- sketching plans; Curran will help by liaising. Then promising to give his findings on the rumour associating the College with the Luzio mission for a later stage; stating already that the main 'retailers' of the story are Monsignor Dunne and Peter Finlay whose opinions on Irish matters do not count for much. Then observing that the church in general is viewed with high indignation by republican prisoners; judging the situation tragic. General elections are not fixed yet by date. Brief points of information. He will dine with the archbishop tonight. Adding that Signor Andrea will have a competitor, by arrangement between the Augustinians and Borghese. Hagan's name is on for Galway – recommending Bastible give him some Irish lessons.
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