University of Notre Dame


1924 Apr. 30
Blundell, Mary (E. Francis, pseud.): Mold, N(orth) Wales
 to Father (Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

In sending her story "The Black Lamb" She was only offering Hudson the U.S.A. Right. It has been published in as Irish magazine called "Virgo Potens" as well as in "Catholic Truth." She wrote the story to spread devotion to Our Lady of Brebieres and the check Hudson sents will go to the Dean of Albert for her shrine. She sent a serial called "Invincible Sally" Written in collaboration with her daughter. It will appear also in "Virgo Potens,"but will she reserve the American rights.

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1924 Apr. 3
Houstoun, Mrs. E.: Timaru, New Zealand>
 to Father (Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana

About "The Exile of Erin," the information was taken from "The Catholic Press" of Sydney, in 1920 or 1921. There was correspondence as to who was the author, Campbell or Reynolds. The name, Terpoint followed among other Latin words. The original Latin poem was found about nine or ten years ago in the Sapienza Library Rome.

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1924 Apr. 13
Handley, Marie Louise: Rome, (Italy)
 to Father (Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Handley hopes Hudson received the photograph of the Holy Father with his autograph mailed February 14. She is sending the article on the "Presence of St. Peter in Rome" which was in Marucchi's hands for approval. The ceremonies creating the new American Cardinals have been very wonderful. Handley called on the Archbishop of New York whom she reveres as a saint but she has not yet met Cardinal Mundelein. Mother St. Angelique saw her Archbishop at once, and he gave them some lace work to do and they are honored. He is quite devoted to Hudson. After 1925 she hopes to return to America and will try to see Hudson.

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1924 Apr. 22
Handley, Marie L(ouise): (Rome, Italy)
 to Father (Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Handley and Sister Ste. Angelique called on Cardinal (George William) Mundelein. Much of the Chicago talk was between him and Sister but most was about home and the Sacred College and the recent ceremonies. Mundelein had just bought a library of 25,000 volumes for his new (Mundelein) Seminary near Chicago. Handley and Sister went to the ceremony of Mundelein's taking possession of his Church of S. Maria del Popolo. The famous picture of the Madonna, said to be by St. Luke, was uncovered. The Cardinal leaves on the 25th.

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1924 Apr. 28
Bonzano, Cardinal John: Rome, (Italy)
 to Father Daniel (E.) Hudson, C.S.C.: Notre Dame, Indiana

Bonzano thanks Hudson for the Ave Maria. It will help him keep in touch with things in the United States. He wishes his best to the Ave Maria.

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