Letter from M.J. Curran to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Curran, Michael J.
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from M.(J. Curran), Rome, to Hagan [Dublin]. Reporting on the means by which they learned that Bewley dined with Randall of the British legation, and maybe also Canice [O'Gorman], not having seen any of the Irish before. Canice might invite Curran along with Bewley, but he will not go after this beginning by 'communicatio in divinis with the enemy'. It is little less than treason; thinking of '2 Peter II 22'; Seán ought to make both this and the previous treason of the envoy's chief public. Canice called about details of the centenary celebrations to coincide with the nuncio's arrival in Ireland- 'these people evidently think a nuncio is to be selected, consecrated (and) packed off for exhibition on the 23rd as if he were a sample of maccaroni'. Curran gave Cerretti all the news, also about the Dáil debate announcing the nuncio's imminent arrival. The 'consorzio' do not want the Tivoli villa in the end.
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