Letter from Bishop John Barry to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Typescript letter signed Bishop John Barry, Bishop's House, Goulburn (Australia), to Hagan, in thanks for congratulations on his episcopacy, of April. Enclosing payment for Mr. O'Carroll's pension. Then explaining that he did not accept Mr. O'Donnell because his romantic letter, and Hagan's statements, made him seem unsuitable: the diocese is very lonely 'and if a man is at all temperamental there is a great danger for him'. Wondering if he did him an injustice. Hagan will meet some Australian bishops next year, including Dr. Mannix.
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