Two Letters from M.J. Curran to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Curran, Michael J.
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Two holograph letters from M.J. Curran, Rome, to Hagan [Nice, France], enclosing letters (no longer attached). Lockhart has sent the gold medal; news on repair work. Cardinal O'Connell's reason for leaving Rome before the 17th is unclear; something happened here in Rome. The Pope is said to have abandoned the idea of having the Lombard College; it is too small; Bisleti was seen in conversation, putatively about the Irish College. Recounting a 'cruel trick' played on some visitors lately, pretending to have the election results. The students are mostly well. An agency matter for the Archbishop of Dublin. The students might join the Dominicans of Collegio Angelico in a trip to Aquino at Easter.
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