Letter from J. Kelly to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Typescript letter signed J.K.[elly], Dunedin (New Zealand), to Hagan, welcoming his letter; [Cleary's new proposed paper] is no longer to be issued under 'papal command'. Van R.[ossum] is not likely to take official action. Archbishop (Redwood) wrote in two instances to Rome defending the Tablet and stating that a new paper could only be detrimental for Catholicity in the country. His suffragans agree; however, Liston is 'powerless and spineless' as well as detested in his diocese. Further plans for action in the matter. Clergy and laity in Auckland are anxious over the likely financial loss, the former are 'a poor-spirited lot'. Buxton was employed for the Month; the first issue met none of the raised expectations.
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