|Most Reverend John Dixon Archive
Letter of Sister M. de Sales, St Malachy's, Dundalk addressed to Most Reverend Dr Dixon - 'I have with the advice of the Community and Your sanction decided on not going to the meeting in Limerick. We do not approve of it. We feel it will cause much mischief. It is called in opposition to the Parent House. We know many Superiors who are as averse to it as we are and will not go. From what I can learn a few Superiors in the South wish to add new Rules and abolish some good works which were practised in several houses during our Foundress's life time' ... `I read Your Grace's letter for the Rev. Mother and Mother Assistant in Ardee relative to Father Alfred Murphy being their Extraordinary Confessor', 4 March 1864.
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