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Holy Cross Retreat: Ardoyne; Belfast: Dispute with Bishop McAllister;

Holy Cross Retreat: Ardoyne; Belfast: Dispute with Bishop McAllister: MS PHOTOSTAT from copy letter in Highgate Archives. Fr. FRANCIS XAVIER (del Principe);,CP, General, Sts. John and Paul's, Rome to Fr. Provincial (Gregory Callaghan). General asks that Fr. Wilfrid O'Hagan be sent to Rome in connection with the Belfast dispute.

Holy Cross Retreat, Ardoyne, Belfast; Dispute with Bishop McAllister: 1874002 Hilary Mara

Holy Cross Retreat, Ardoyne, Belfast; Dispute with Bishop McAllister:Hilary Mara: Letter to the Provincial from the Consultor General, Thoms, Rome. Has written and wired to Hilary that permission has been obtained for him to celebrate mass on board ship (on voyage to Australia?).
Bishop McAllister has got the Propaganda letter, but is on visitation at the moment and has not scrutinised it completely. He claims some of the Passionists allegations are untrue. Propaganda has told Thomas that there is no law compelling a bishop to give faculties to all religious in a community, but he cannot refuse faculties to all either. He can use his discretion as to how many faculties he gives.. The Dominicans have come up against this problem also (and that seems to have been the decison given?). Can't expect new law just for C.Ps.

Holy Cross Retreat, Ardoyne, Belfast; Dispute with Bishop McAllister:

Holy Cross Retreat, Ardoyne, Belfast; Dispute with Bishop McAllister: Copy (draft) letter from Provincial to Bishop McAllister (has a note, "changed a little by Provincial and sent on 20 June). Refers to wish of Sacred Congregation that parties meet and settle matter amicably. Says he mentioned all the restrictions to the Sacred Congregation and that he wishes them all to be matters for settlement so as to avoid future rows. Would like a personal meeting. He would like any arrangement come to to be in writing. He would also like the two men recently ordained by the bishop to have faculties so as to be available for missions. He, therefore, formally presents Frs. Kevin and Ambrose.

Holy Cross Retreat, Ardoyne, Belfast; Dispute with Bishop McAllister:

Holy Cross Retreat, Ardoyne, Belfast; Dispute with Bishop McAllister: What seems to be a draft of a communication from the Provincial, Fr. Vincent Grogan, to Bishop McAllister. Acknowledges letter dated 13 January and refers to his own previous letter (neither of which are to hand at time of computerisation). He wishes to reorganise Belfast Passioists as a religious community with all their rights and privileges. Enlarges on this. Deals with matters raised by the bishop concerning the new church and his apparent annoyance at remarks made by some Passionists in the matter. He also deals with the bishop's further references to an erring Passionist.

Holy Cross Retreat: Ardoyne; Belfast: Dispute with Bishop McAllister.

Holy Cross Retreat: Ardoyne; Belfast: Dispute with Bishop McAllister. Letter from Fr Thomas, Consultor General, Rome, to Fr Arthur Devine, Highgate, London, acknowledging Arthur's of 23rd Nov. (copy of that letter is not extant in these archives). It's tone dishearten 's Thomas. We have to make some concessions, otherwise Bishop has stolen a march on us.
Fact we bought and paid for site is important, but if church is built on it we can't sell it or till it or ground-rent it. Also the reference to Bishop Dorrian slipping in his signature as a trustee could have been put better. Even if we won a case, the Sacred Congregation would not enforce it.

Holy Cross Retreat: Ardoyne; Belfast: Dispute with Bishop McAlister;

Holy Cross Retreat: Ardoyne; Belfast: Dispute with Bishop McAllister: Letter from Fr Thomas, Consultor General, Rome to Fr Provincial, Highgate. London. Thomas has gone to Propaganda with Document sealed and signed by General. (This document is the following one located under serial number 1994). The documewnt was too vaguely worded for them so Thomas added a page, (which he encloses at page 4 of the letter and written in Latin). When he got back Fr Arthur's letter was there showing St Joseph's CPs would not agree to letting Bishop have anything to do with a church on CP grounds (copy of that letter is not extant in these archives). This put it all back to square one. so Vice-Genaral says send document back to Provincial to see if enclosure will be accepted. No point in Arthur coming to Rome Gives reason why. Gives reason why enclosure be signed.

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