Letter from J. Kelly to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Typescript letter signed J.K.[elly] Dunedin (New Zealand), to Hagan. He has been very busy, covering the jubilee celebrations on his own; some comments on the profligate amounts spent on his friend Auckland's Month. [Archbishop Redwood] found he ought to have gone to Cattaneo before asking van Rossum directly to take action. Now the bishop concerned [Whyte] ought to act but he has a reputation of being timid; Kelly thinks him a fool. [Bishop Cleary] is desperate to raise funds; as for The Month he has not been able to do them (The Tablet) any harm. Illustrating how priests and people are suspicious of [Cleary] and 'his Prohibitionis capers'; [Redwood] publicly snubbed [Cleary] at the jubilee. Hoping to see Hagan around Christmas.
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