Ireland

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‘Ireland of the Welcomes’

  • IE IJA J/7/182
  • File
  • November 1953- October 1954
  • Part of Irish Jesuits

‘Ireland of the Welcomes’. Handwriting of captions by Fr Frank Browne SJ on cover, and photographs by Fr Browne.

Browne, Francis M, 1880-1960, Jesuit priest, photographer and chaplain

‘Saints and Shrines of Lough Corrib’

Pamphlets ‘Saints and Shrines of Lough Corrib’, Parts 1 and 2, by Fr. Browne, ‘Irish Messenger’ Series.

Browne, Francis M, 1880-1960, Jesuit priest, photographer and chaplain

Account book of Irish Jesuit property

Account book of Irish Jesuit property. Includes a description of the finances of the Irish Mission account, written by Fr John Fullam SJ. Remarks 'In 1760 this mission had in Paris a capital of £1000 ster. including the deposits of individuals and what belonged to different residences. By the persecution which ensued the whole was nearly despaired of when by Fr Crookshank's activity and cleverness about half that sum was recovered and transmitted to Ireland where Mr Ward placed it as occasions presented.'

Fullam, John, 1719-1793, Jesuit priest

Belgian refugees in Ireland

Letters, telegrams, memoranda and notes relating to Belgian refugees in Ireland. Irish Fr Provincial Thomas V. Nolan SJ was a member of the Distribution Committee ‘appointed by the Local Government Board to look after the welfare and distribution of the Belgian Refugees arriving in Dublin’. Most of the letters comprise offers to house refugees or concern schemes to aid them, both physically and spiritually. Includes:
– letter from Dr Bernard Coyne, Bishop of Elphin (1913-1926) to Lady Moloney seeking her assistance in the securement of a disused barracks in order to provide shelter for Belgian refugee families (21 Oct. 1914, 1p.);
– bills from drapers and household stores for items purchased for the refugees;
– letters relating to troubles between Protestants and the Catholic refugees in Portadown;
– letters to Fr Nolan from refugees and members of the Belgian Refugees Committee;
– lists of names and locations of refugees in Ireland and names and addresses of people who housed refugees.

On 17 October 1914, the Father Provincial of the Irish Province of the Society of Jesus, Thomas V. Nolan, received a letter from the Local Government Board to go down to the North Wall at 7.30am on the 18th and meet the 100 Belgian refugees ‘and one hundred each of the following days’. This was due to ‘a few of your Order, who speak Flemish’. Subsequently, the Irish Provincial became a member of the Distribution Committee which looked after the welfare and distribution of refugees arriving in Ireland. The Irish Jesuits received offers to house the refugees and organised schemes to aid them, both physically and spiritually.

Certified copies of deed appointing trustees, Rev. Thomas A. Finlay

Parties:
Rev. Thomas A. Finlay, 35 Lower Leeson Street, city of Dublin (the Settlor); 1st part.
Rev. Thomas A. Finlay, George O'Brien, 40 Northumberland Road, county Dublin, Doctor of Letters and Joseph Hugh Murray, 40 St. Kevin’s Park, Dartry Road, County Dublin, Esquire (the Trustees); 2nd part.

Preamble:
Fr Finlay is entitled to several sums of £1,075 and £1,228.10s 5% state-guaranteed mortgage bonds of the Agricultural Credit Corporation with which he wishes to establish a Rural Industrial Trust Fund.

Terms:
Fr Finlay transfers the money with a view to the formation of the Trust Fund, to the Trustees subject to a number of clauses, including that the Trustees apply the annual income arising from the bonds ‘in aiding or assisting in such manner as they shall consider most beneficial the poorer workers in Rural Industries…in any part of Ireland including Northern Ireland.’

Finlay, Thomas A, 1848-1940, Jesuit priest and economist

Christmas card from Uachtarán na hÉireann and AIB

Christmas card from Uachtarán na hÉireann, Mary Robinson and her husband Nick Robinson featuring a photograph of Áras an Uachtaráin, taken by Fr Frank Browne SJ in 1946 and Christmas card from AIB, featuring photograph by Fr Frank Browne SJ of mid-winter at Emo, Laois (1935).

Robinson, Mary, b 1944-, President of Ireland

Collectanea Hibernica

Copies of Collectanea Hibernica:
Nos. 37 and 37 (1994-5)
Nos. 39 and 40 (1997-8)
No. 41 (1999)
No. 42 (2000)
No. 43 (2001)
Nos. 44 and 45 (2002-3)

Collectanea Hibernica (1958-2006) was directed by the Franciscans attached to the Franciscan House of Celtic Studies and Historical Research at Killiney, Co. Dublin

Copies of a letter from Fr Marmaduke Stone SJ to Fr Mozzi at the Gesú in Rome

Two copies of a letter from Fr Marmaduke Stone SJ to Fr Mozzi at the Gesú in Rome. A note explains that ‘it being judged hazardous to direct it to Rome it was sent to Rotterdam in the autumn of 1808’ to be forwarded to the Fr General in St Petersburg. The subject is property belonging to the Society in Dublin (In Latin with small summary in English).

Stone, Marmaduke, 1748-1834, Jesuit priest

Copies of letters from Rome to English Province re: funds for Irish Jesuits

Copies of letters from Rome to English Province re. funds for Irish Jesuits. Includes letters from Frs. Angiolini, Tadeusz Brzozowski, de Zuñiga, and to Frs Marmaduke Stone, William Strickland. Also includes a copy of a letter from Patrick Aloysius Drinan in the Roman College, to Fr Kenn[e]y, on, amongst other subjects, Irish Jesuits in Rome. (In Latin, French and English)

Copy of a letter from the Bishop of Limerick to the Editor of the 'Munster News' entitled 'Irish Emigrants and English Mobs'

Copy of a letter from Edward Thomas O'Dwyer, Bishop of Limerick to the Editor of the 'Munster News' entitled 'Irish Emigrants and English Mobs'. The letter refers to Irish emigrants being forced to join the British army to fight in the First World War.

O'Dwyer, Edward Thomas , 1842-1917, Roman Catholic Bishop of Limerick

Copy of excerpt from Fr Marmaduke Stone’s reply to Archbishop Troy’s letter of 31 March 1808

Copy of excerpt from Fr Marmaduke Stone’s reply to Archbishop Troy’s letter of 31 March 1808. Expresses surprise and dismay at the latter’s actions and emphasises that his (Stone’s) letter to Troy was written in confidence. Claims that he knows of no ex-Jesuits who maintain that their Society is canonically re-established in the British Dominions. Refers to a ‘severe letter’ received by him from Cardinal Borgia in relation to the matter. This document also contains copies of correspondence between Cardinal di Pietro and Fr Stone, which are described separately.

Stone, Marmaduke, 1748-1834, Jesuit priest

Copy of letter from Cardinal di Pietro to Archbishop Troy stating that no surviving Irish ex-Jesuits are at liberty to dispose of their property

Copy of letter from Cardinal di Pietro to Archbishop Troy. States that neither Fr Callaghan nor any of the other surviving Irish ex-Jesuits are at liberty to dispose of their property in any other way but in favour of the Irish bishops. Refers to the claim that a Papal rescript exists, which re-establishes the Society of Jesus in the Kingdom of Ireland, in which case the property of ex-Jesuits would belong to the Society. Letter appears on the same document as a letter from Fr Thomas Betagh to Fr Stone.

Di Pietro, Michele, 1747-1821, Roman Catholic Cardinal

Copy of letter from Cardinal di Pietro to Fr Marmaduke Stone SJ

Copy of letter from Cardinal di Pietro to Fr Marmaduke Stone SJ. Refers to the appeal made by the prelates of Ireland to Rome in relation to the will of the late Fr Richard Callaghan. Claims that the latter, according to an oath sworn on 23 August 1793, should have left his property to Fr Betagh, and not to Stone. Demands that Stone transmit to Rome an authentic copy of the Pope’s alleged rescript, by which Callaghan believed himself to legitimately free to dispose of the funds of the ex-Jesuits in favour of Stone (In Italian). Letter appears on same document as a copy of the reply to it from Fr Stone, and a copy of an excerpt of a letter from Fr Stone to Archbishop Troy.

Di Pietro, Michele, 1747-1821, Roman Catholic Cardinal

Copy of letter from Fr Marmaduke Stone SJ to Cardinal di Pietro – reply to the latter’s letter of 7 October 1809

Copy of letter from Fr Marmaduke Stone SJ to Cardinal di Pietro - reply to the latter’s letter of 7 October 1809. Refers to Archbishop Troy’s appeal to Rome in relation to the will of Fr Richard Callaghan, and reminds the Cardinal of the oath sworn by all English priests to renounce all pretensions of the Holy See to interfere in civil affairs within Great Britain. Also alludes to the dangers of such interference especially when the Holy See is subject to the rule of Napoleon Buonaparte. Discusses the will of Fr Callaghan in relation to the agreement made by Irish ex-Jesuits in 1793, and asserts that no promise was ever made to leave Jesuit property to the Irish prelates. (In Italian). Letter appears on same document as a copy of the one to which it replies, and a copy of an excerpt of a letter from Fr Stone to Archbishop Troy.

Stone, Marmaduke, 1748-1834, Jesuit priest

[Copy of] letter [to] Fr Charles Plowden SJ, The writer refers to ‘our friends in Palermo’

[Copy of] letter [to] Fr Charles Plowden SJ, The writer refers to ‘our friends in Palermo’, and states that ‘relying on F. Genl’s Gruber’s assurance’ he has educated ‘many Eng & Irish to form a future British [province]’. Refers to Archbishop Troy’s interference some years before, which resulted in an order from Cardinal Michele di Pietro that Fr Callaghan was bound to leave to Troy all the property of the extinct Society.

Copybooks containing cuttings from The Irish Catholic reporting on a series of theological lectures

Copybooks containing cuttings from The Irish Catholic reporting on a series of theological lectures given by Fr Finlay as Professor of Catholic Theology in the National University of Ireland. One titled ‘Father Peter Finlay’s Univ [ersity] Lectures 1920-21. The Commandments’ (20 November 1920-28 May 1921); the other containing lectures on ‘The Creation, Fall, and Redemption of Man’; ‘The Sacrament of Marriage’; ‘The Sacrament of Holy Orders in the New Testament’; ‘Confirmation and Extreme Unction’ (7 December 1918-14 June 1919) and lectures on Divine Faith (8 May-18 December 1915).

Finlay, Peter, 1851-1929, Jesuit priest and theologian

Correspondence from Archbishop Adam Kozlowiecki (1955-1972)

File of correspondence between Fr Thomas J. Martin SJ, Dublin, Ireland and Monsignor Adam Kozlowiecki SJ (at various times Vicar Apostolic of Lusaka, Archbishop of Lusaka and Cardinal) Lusaka, Northern Rhodesia / Zambia. Includes letters from Fr Paddy Walsh SJ; signed postcard and photograph by Archbishop Kozlowiecki; correspondence on fundraising issues and finance.

Kozłowiecki, Adam, 1911-2007, Archbishop of Lusaka

Correspondence relating to the shipment of a painting of ‘The First/Irish/Jesuit College Dublin’

Correspondence between the Vice-Provincial, Mr Andrew MacErlean (brother of Fr John MacErlean SJ) and J.F. MacCarthy (New York Art Dealer) relating to the shipment of a painting by Mr MacCarthy to the Provincial. The painting is by Sir Thomas Thorpe/Sharpe of London and is thought to be entitled ‘The First College of Dublin’, although there is some confusion over the correct title. The painting thought in Dublin to be of poor quality and incorrect title.

Corrib Rowing and Yachting Club Rule book

Details the history and rules of the club and has photograph of clubhouse on the front and back covers. St Ignatius Rowing Club was located to the right of the Corrib Rowing and Yachting Club and they used to borrow boats in the past.

Cutting with a tribute to Fr Aloysius Sturzo SJ

Cuttings from 'The Catholic Press' of an article entitled 'How the Irish Came to Queensland. The Voyage of the "Erin-go-bragh" and a tribute to Fr Aloysius Sturzo SJ'.

Australian Vice-Province of the Society of Jesus, 1931-

Documents related to retreats given by Jesuits which include sermons and novenas

File of documents related to retreats given by Jesuits which includes: ‘A short catechism for the instruction for those who are preparing to make their first Communion’- Addressed to Parents’ (12 January 1767); ‘A sermon on the duties of parents to their children (1803); ‘Analysis or General Notion of Discourse in various religious subjects’ (1806); ‘A discourse on the 2nd Precept of Charity’ (1 July 1809); ‘novena in preparation for the festival of the Sacred Heart of Jesus – chiefly taken from the Italian of Father Charles Borge’; scholars’ retreat (1839); ‘A sermon on the Love of God’.

Draft of an autobiography of Fr Aubrey Gwynn SJ

Draft of an autobiography of Fr Aubrey Gwynn SJ. Comprises six non-contiguous section, dealing with his mother’s family ‘The O'Briens of Cahirmoyle’ and his father’s early life. Original holograph manuscript and version typed by a Mrs Hannigan, 13 Church Drive, Churchtown, County Dublin. Manuscript found in an envelope marked ‘Received 15 July 1979 from Mr Hannigan.’

Gwynn, Aubrey, 1892-1983, Jesuit priest and academic

Financing of the Chikuni mission

File relating to the financing of the Chikuni mission. Contains a letter to Dr Adam Kozlowiecki SJ, Archbishop of Lusaka, from Fr Thomas J. Martin SJ and resume of payments made to the Chikuni mission from 1964-1969.

Martin, Thomas James, 1907-1978, Jesuit priest and chaplain

Holograph letters from Dr Thomas Croke, St Colman's College, Fermoy, Cork

  • IE IJA J/7/74
  • File
  • 16 September 1858-29 December 1859
  • Part of Irish Jesuits

Holograph letters from Dr Thomas Croke, St Colman's College, Fermoy, Cork (later archbishop) to Margaret Browne, mother of Bob (Robert Browne): ‘Bob is a very excellent boy. He is not far from being the first in his class’ (3 November 1858).

Croke, Thomas William, 1823-1902, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Cashel

Irish Jesuits

  • IE IJA J
  • Fonds
  • 1540-2024

Irish Vice-Province of the Society of Jesus, 1830-

Jesuits in Galway and Connacht

Poster recounting the history of Jesuits in Galway and document which give a chronology of the history of Jesuits in Connacht, 1605-, and Galway and St Ignatius Parish Church.

Journal belonging to John O'Hagan describing his travels in Ireland

Journal belonging to John O'Hagan describing his travels in Ireland '...in company with Messrs. Duffy and McCarthy for various purposes but especially for that of acquiring historical and topographical knowledge and of discovering the girl of Dunb[ridhe].

O'Hagan, John, 1822-1890, Young Irelander, writer, and judge

Legacy of Josephine Keshan

Correspondence mostly between two sisters and the Irish Fr Provincial concerning the sisters’ efforts to contest the will of their late cousin, Josephine Keshan, decd., 1910, who left the administration of her entire estate to the Society of Jesus. The matter was settled amicably.

Letter from Archbishop Troy to Fr Marmaduke Stone SJ which details queries sent to the Holy See in relation to the suppressed Society

Letter from Archbishop Troy to Fr Marmaduke Stone SJ. Communicates to Stone the queries sent to the Holy See by the prelates of ‘this Kingdom’ in relation to the suppressed Society and to the administration of the property of the deceased members of the Society, specifically that of the late Fr Callaghan SJ. Includes transcription of replies received.

Troy, John Thomas, 1739-1823, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Dublin

Letter from Fr Oliver Daly SJ to Fr John Ryan SJ concerning his voyage accompanying Fr John O'Neill back to Ireland

Letter from Fr Oliver Daly SJ to Fr John Ryan SJ concerning his voyage accompanying Fr John O'Neill back to Ireland. Refers to an incident that took place after Mass on board the ship. Remarks 'I went into the cabin to make my acts of thanks just as I had finished I heard screams of "passenger overboard". The brave captain stopped the steamer at once lowered a boat he (Fr O'Neill) was picked up in 20 minutes. Had he not swam so vigorously...the [ ] hawks who gathered in numbers around him would have picked out his eyes.' Refers to other attempts to commit suicide and remarks: 'There is no doubt that had I known him as well before starting as I do now I should have been afraid to volunteer my services.'

Daly, Oliver, 1845-1916, Jesuit priest

Letter from Mrs Lily Odell, Stile House, Lyme Regis, Dorset, England on-board the Titanic

Letter from Mrs Lily Odell, Stile House, Lyme Regis, Dorset, England (fellow passenger of Mr Frank Browne SJ on-board the Titanic, who disembarked at Queenstown), addressed 'To the Canon of Queenstown Cathedral), enquiring after a fellow passenger, complimenting Mr Browne’s photographs in the Daily Sketch and describing her holidays in Ireland.

Odell, Lily

Letter from Thomas McCreevy to Fr Thomas A. Finlay SJ

Letter from Thomas McCreevy, Garland’s Hotel, Suffolk Street, Pall Mall, London, to Fr Thomas A. Finlay SJ concerning Fr Finlay’s “attitude to Mr Lennox Robinson in regard to his story ‘The Madonna of Slieve Dun’…I presume that you accept Mr Robinson’s repudiation of the suggestion that his story was a parody of the Scripture History of the Incarnation.” Protests about the attitude of a ‘small section of the press in Ireland’ with regard to ‘Christian standards’, defends Mr. Robinson and states ‘I…regard it as binding, in us Catholics particularly, to see that injustice is not done in our name in this matter…I am prepared to urge Mr. Robinson to get the matter considered by the Holy Office itself if necessary rather than submit to the injustice of being treated as a blaspheming parodist.’

Letters from Fr John Fahy SJ to Irish Fr Provincial Laurence Kieran SJ

A file of letters from Fr John Fahy SJ (Vice-Provincial of the Vice-Province 19 March 1931-25 August 1939) to Irish Fr Provincial Laurence Kieran SJ. Includes a letter referring to a visit to the Hong Kong Mission. Remarks 'Your men are doing glorious work there I had expected great things; the reality surpassed my expectations. That will become a first class mission.' (25 February 1937, 2pp). Includes a letter referring to plans for a retreat house and scholasticate at Sydney. Refers to the Archbishop of Perth and his desire for the Jesuit fathers to build a college in Perth. Remarks '...he wishes to get the Jesuits into his diocese. It does not seem to have occurred to him that the people of Perth would be expected to support any Jesuit Fathers who work there. So we exchange letters on this question of filthy lucre.' (1 April 1937, 2pp). Includes a letter expressing his thanks to Fr Kieran SJ for writing about the Australian Jesuits studying in Ireland. Remarks '...I am most grateful for your interest in them and your care of them. Other Provincials never write about our men: all we get is the bill and the exam results...' Refers to his own position as Provincial of the Vice-Province. Remarks 'Yes, our period of office is drawing to a close...I long for the day... Boys oh Boys, think of it: no more "relationes", no more triennial papers, no more elenchi, no more building, no more administratio temporalis, no more...peace perfect peace.' (21 April 1937, 2pp). Includes a letter referring to the proposed opening of a scholasticate in January 1938 (25 October 1938, 1p).

Fahy, John, 1874-1958, Jesuit priest

Letters from Fr John Meagher SJ to Irish Fr Provincial (John R. MacMahon SJ and Thomas Byrne)

A file of letters from Fr John Meagher SJ (Vice-Provincial of the Vice-Province 25 August 1939-1 October 1947) to Irish Fr Provincial (John R. MacMahon SJ and Thomas Byrne). Includes a letter referring to an offer by the Apostolic Delegate to take a minor seminary in New Zealand in 1947. Asks if four or five young priests could be sent out. Remarks 'We have offers of work from practically every Bishop in Australia and must refuse for want of men. Our recruiting is bad and I really don't know what to do to remedy the trouble.' (10 November 1945, 1p). Includes a letter referring to a request by Fr Dan O'Connell SJ for Fr Richard Ingram SJ to help with his work in the Riverview Observatory. (18 March 1946, 1p). Includes a number of letters concerning Fr Cooney and his ill health. Includes a letter remarking 'He (Fr Cooney) wants to return to Hong Kong in September but I think you realise his return there would probably settle his chances of ever doing any more work...I think that Fr Cooney will never be really fit to return to Hong Kong (15 May 1946, 1p). Includes a letter referring to proposals to open colleges in Adelaide and Brisbane. Remarks due to the shortage of Jesuit Fathers that this is impossible. (27 June 1946, 1p).

Meagher, John, 1895-1972, Jesuit priest

Letters from Fr Patrick J. Dalton SJ to Irish Fr Provincial concerning his theology course

  • IE IJA MSSN/AUST/300
  • File
  • 9 February 1913 & 10 August 1914; 15 December 1917
  • Part of Irish Jesuit Missions

Letters from Fr Patrick J. Dalton SJ to Irish Fr Provincial Thomas V. Nolan SJ concerning his theology course and the voyage back to Ireland to begin theology. Includes a letter concerning his new post in Kurseong and explains the delay in going to India due to a misunderstanding with Fr Ryan (15 December 1917, 3pp).

Dalton, Patrick J, 1881-1952, Jesuit priest

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