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). They have decided in favour of St. Brigid for the painting [for their bazaar]. Then commenting on the lack of enthusiasm for the Emancipation celebrations, whether local or the one in Dublin in June. Deploring particularly the young priests' lack of high ideals; even the People manifested a jarring tone on the matter. Enclosing another piece from the People on 'the lad that the C.(atholic) B.(ulletin) holds up this month'. The new bishop of Meath is unknown to him; for Down and Connor it is joked that they are waiting for Arthur Ryan to grow up. It is telling that the Archbishop of Armagh will go to Rome in May-'he is the best of the bunch'. The Holy Father will surely remember Murphy's old rector, formerly of Sydney. Then observing that The Standard is not doing well; people hear enough religion on Sundays and prefer reading British weeklies and dailies; wondering how long poor Ireland will stand. He is off on the missions where people are responding very well as a rule, good Catholics to a man.
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