Fear of Renewed Misappropriation of Title 1931-1935
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
[February-April] File with a memorandum by (Michael J. Curran); newspaper cuttings (Osservatore Romano, L'Avvenire d'Italia, The Tablet), with original correspondence from D.A. Reidy, Killarney (commenting on his contribution to the discussion in The Tablet); printed decree for the canonization of John Fisher and Thomas Moore. The original decree (proposed 1931) was to have called England 'sanctorum insula'; Curran's and other Irish ecclesiastics intervention prevented a repetition for the eventual decree of 1935. A misunderstanding arises February 1935 when the Osservatore Romano seems to speak of England using 'Isola dei Santi', but it is proven that Ireland was intended
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