Letter from P. Murphy to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from P. Murphy, House of Missions, Enniscorthy (County Wexford), to (Hagan), with season's greetings, also from the new superior, Fr. Keating. He is very frequently sent to do parish work but protests he likes the mission life and their house too much. Asking to subscribe to Roman papers for his Catholic notes in local papers. He might not be able to go on the pilgrimage for a general mission in Liverpool at that time. Then commenting on the country; the government is economically in trouble, trade at a standstill; nobody can afford to buy the Freeman. 'Imperialism, anglicisation and every other evil are writ across the face of the whole country. The language is dying, there is no enthusiasm for any good cause.' Expecting the pendulum to gain momentum again after five or six years.
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