Letter from Tizi to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from Don Domenico (Tizi), Irish College, Rome, to 'Rettore Carissimo!' (Hagan). Humorous offer to find a patron saint, maybe St. Dioma, for the 'signori' Hagan wrote of. He has attended a lunch with the Australian Carmelites. Describing his efforts to find out about the appointment to Armagh; there is not even talk of a consistory anymore. Some domestic news; mentioning several ceremonies that a certain [Palica] is involved in on whom Ire- land has left a wonderful impression. Some remarks about a publication for the Congress in Sydney. He would have liked to be in Enniscorthy [because of a recent death]. Greetings from Reali.
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