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Charitable Work of Province

Memoranda, notes and letters to the Irish Fr Provincial describing the types of charitable work performed by various sections of the Irish Jesuit community, in response to letters regarding the organisation of an exhibition associated with the 34th International Eucharistic Congress. Includes reports from St Francis Xavier’s, Upper Gardiner Street; Milltown Park; Rathfarnham Castle; Belvedere College (includes information on the Belvedere Newsboys’ Club); Clongowes Wood College; St Ignatius’ College, Galway; the St Vincent de Paul Night Shelter in Back Lane and pastoral work of Jesuits at the Royal Hospital for Incurables, Donnybrook, Dublin. Includes Irish Fr Provincial’s copy covering letter and report on ‘the charitable works for the poor and distressed undertaken by the Fathers of the Irish Province of the Society of Jesus, for…(the)…International Exhibition of Charity.’

Fr Richard J Maguire SJ

  • IE IJA J/528
  • File
  • 8 August 1935 - 21 January 1993
  • Part of Irish Jesuits

File containing Richard Maguire's admission papers and correspondence with Irish Fr Provincials relating to retreat and mission work and his time as chaplain at the Royal Hospital of the Incurables, Donnybrook, Dublin.

Maguire, Richard J, 1906-1993, Jesuit priest

Letters to the Irish Fr Provincial and printed pamphlets relating to the First World War

Letters to the Irish Fr Provincial and printed pamphlets relating to the War. Includes: circular sent to the Irish Fr Provincial from the Irish Volunteers protesting against the proposal to introduce conscription in Ireland;
– letter from the Irish National Aid and Volunteer Dependants’ Fund seeking contributions towards their ‘Gift Sale’ in order to raise funds [for the administration of the campaign against the introduction of conscription];
– circular and printed matter from the Irish War Savings Committee seeking support for their ‘Thrift campaign’;
– letter from the Lord Lieutenant’s Private Secretary regarding a proposal to establish a fund ‘to be devoted to the purchase of literature suited to be despatched to Irish Regiments at the front’, also includes copy of Irish Fr Provincial’s reply;
– copy letter from Andrew Bonar Law (Treasury Chambers, Whitehall) to the Irish Fr Provincial seeking a subscription to ‘the new War Loan’.
Also includes printed matter on ‘Catholicism and War’; ‘Voluntary Women Patrols’ and an ‘Address From the French Catholic Association for Young People. To the young Catholics – Allies and Neutrals’.