Messenger of the Sacred Heart, 1888-

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Messenger of the Sacred Heart, 1888-

Messenger of the Sacred Heart, 1888-

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Messenger of the Sacred Heart, 1888-

  • UF Irish Messenger
  • UF The Messenger
  • UF The Irish Messenger of the Sacred Heart

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Messenger of the Sacred Heart, 1888-

16 Collection results for Messenger of the Sacred Heart, 1888-

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‘Dublin, and Proud of It!’

Copy of 'The Irish Messenger of the Sacred Heart' containing an article entitled ‘Dublin, and Proud of It!’ on Fr. Doyle (p.65-67).

Irish Messenger Office, 1888-

Correspondence between Joseph R. Truesdale, New York, Reverend Mother Superior, Convent of Mercy, Sligo and Fr Donal T. McCarthy SJ, related to the bequest of Mary Penny

File of correspondence between Joseph R. Truesdale, Attorney, 55 Liberty Street, New York 5, New York, United States, Reverend Mother Superior, Convent of Mercy, Sligo and Fr Donal T. McCarthy SJ, The Irish Messenger, 5 Great Denmark Street, Dublin related to the bequest of Mary Penny. Includes receipt of cheques and a request to send ‘The Messenger’ to the late Mary Penny’s sister.

Correspondence from Michael J. Freney, 5 Great Denmark Street, Dublin to Fr Charles Scantlebury SJ and Fr Charles Doyle SJ, outlining the request to include staff in wage increases

Correspondence from Michael J. Freney, 5 Great Denmark Street, Dublin to Fr Charles Scantlebury SJ and Fr Charles Doyle SJ, outlining the request to include staff in the ‘Eight Round’ of wage increases which ‘already given to most workers throughout the country’. Suggests that increase is off set by ‘increase the price of the ‘Messenger’ to 4d and that of the ‘Madonna’ the same’. Includes index figure of the cost of living between 1931-1937.

Freney, Michael J, Irish Messenger staff

Document from Patrick J O'Dwyer & Co., Auctioneers to Fr Roland Burke Savage SJ concerning the premises at 37 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin

Document from Patrick J O'Dwyer & Co., Auctioneers, Valuers & Estate Agents, 1 Clare Street, Dublin to Fr Roland Burke Savage SJ, 35 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin concerning the premises at 37 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin and a report as to floor area, letting value and rent.

Employers Indemnity policy by the Hibernian Fire & General Insurance Company Ltd to ‘Irish Messenger’ Office

Employers Indemnity policy by the Hibernian Fire & General Insurance Company Ltd to ‘Irish Messenger’ Office, No. 5 Great Denmark Street, Dublin. States that the current estimated amount of salaries id £2,610:10:0 and the present premium is £4:19:3.

Hibernian Fire and General Insurance Company, 1908-

Fire policy between Sun Insurance Office and the Society of Jesus relating to the Irish Messenger

Fire policy between Sun Insurance Office and the Society of Jesus, Church of St Francis Xavier, Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin, and the Reverend James Cullen SJ of Belvedere College, Great Denmark Street, Dublin. Insures stock of ‘printed books, pictures, pamphlets and unused stationary, office furniture, fixtures, fittings and utensils at No.5 Great Denmark Street, Dublin for the sum of £1,400 at a yearly sum of £1:3:9. First premium commenced 25 March 1901.

Sun Fire Office, 1706-1996

Fr Joseph Hurley's wish to write some of the Messenger of the Sacred Heart in Irish

  • IE IJA J/3/32
  • File
  • 21 November-6 December 1952
  • Part of Irish Jesuits

A file relating to Fr Joseph Hurley's wish to write some of the Messenger of the Sacred Heart in Irish. Includes a letter from Fr F. Schwendimann SJ, Directio Generalis, Apostolatus Orationis, Borgo S. Spirito 5, Rome, Italy to Irish Fr Provincial Thomas Byrne SJ expressing his worry over different dialects in Ireland and the possibility of misinterpretation (21 November 1952, 1p). Includes a copy reply from Fr Provincial explaining that although differences do occur within the Irish language in different parts of Ireland the meaning would not be misinterpreted (26 November 1952, 1p).

Hurley, Joseph, 1905-1984, Jesuit priest and Irish language editor

Holograph letter from Bishop Hugh MacSherry, South Africa to Fr McLoughlin SJ, thanking him for the collections by the readers of the Irish Messenger

Holograph letter from Bishop Hugh MacSherry, 2 Prospect Hill, Port Elizabeth, South Africa to Fr Stanislaus McLoughlin SJ, thanking him for the collections by the readers of the Irish Messenger in 1926 and 1927. Includes receipts for the value of £27 and £30.

MacSherry, Hugh, 1852-1940, Roman Catholic Bishop