Letter from Archbishop James Duhig to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Typescript letter with few handwritten corrections signed Archbishop James Duhig of Brisbane, Archbishop's House, 'Dara', Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, to Hagan. Surprised that Fr. Bolton will stand for his degree in October and not return to Australia as planned, accompanying nuns and postulants. Then stating that he sends two students of promise, Mr. James Madden and Mr. Edward J. Doody; commenting on Madden's academic proficiency; arrangements for their arrival. Regretting James Cullen has to finish his studies at All Hallows. Grateful for the prospectus; offering to contribute to any fund for the Tercentenary of the College on 1 January 1928. Then observing that the Australian church is making wonderful progress, something that is not known or appreciated in Rome. Adding statistics on the foundation of schools, colleges, religious houses and churches; much the work of Irish missionaries.
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