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, mentioning the bishops' meetings in Maynooth next week. He asked Cardinal Sbarretti to meet the Carme- lite provincials; he seems to expect a nomination for Armagh soon. Fr. Myles Lyons has left now for health reasons. Byrne was the only student of his class not to pass the subdeaconship examinations. Comments on some individual students' health; O'Dea is presumed to have tuberculosis; a few are going home for the holidays. Propaganda Fide has approved of the subsidy for Han Yang. Then commenting at length about Sydney [his own nomination to go to the Eucharistic Congress]; Monsignor O'Gorman has been siding with the College; there is a case of jealousy between Sydney and Brisbane; M.K. [Archbishop Michael Kelly] has opposed Curran's coming but [Coadjutor] Sheehan has been talking in his favour.
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