Letter from Cardinal Patrick O'Donnell to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from Cardinal Patrick O'Donnell, Ara Coeli, Armagh, to Hagan. Regretting that he had not quite grasped that there were questions on ownership or perpetual habitation, when writing to Cardinal Sbarretti; he has just re-read Hagan's letter. He does not doubt the Standing Committee will approve of the cause. Enclosing copy of Sbarretti's letter [letter to him] (not extant); and a letter written to [...] (potential donors) on behalf of the bishops: expounding the importance of the new College building for Ireland and the Irish efforts made to endow the College library and secure students' burses; Monsignors Ryan (Cashel) and Curran (Rome) are authorised to collect funds. - Commenting on a question regarding faculties for priests to take honoraria for the second Mass. Replying to a point about faculties; he writes to Fr. Mac Sweeney about the protocol; enclosing intentions for his predecessor. Smaller matters. Then stating 'there is a strong feeling that O'Connell's heart should not be left behind'. On Fr. Kiely, stating it is better for him not to depend on Armagh. Further points about the procura and Cardinals Sbarretti and Gasparri.
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The Papers of John Hagan (1904-1930)
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