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THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER I7, 1927 Page Nineteen _! Fie Had a Way With Him are thousands in today, who never saw the late Cardinal O'Donnell, yet it is touch to say that there is no from Dublin Bay to the Dublin Bay to Galway, Passing as great a loss. earliest years, he gave the courage of his never hesitated to give to those views, but, if one him, he did not sulk in an attitude of con- SUperiority. On the con- was eager to discuss differ- to Probe them to the very in order to discover, if a basis of common agree- [le Would work Ul)ward until the point of separation no possibility of existed, he would controversy with a smile and made his opponent sincere when he said should not mean friendship. but he was never aggressive. His quality of tolerance rapidly won for him the confidence of everybody and his help and advice was sought by none more eagerly than by the Brit- ish government on those of Irish af- fairs of which he had a peculiar knowledge. Born in Tyrconnall (Donegal) in an bumble cottage, albeit descended from ~he great O'Donnell chieftains, he had ". deep personal knowledge of condi- tions in that county, and, for this rea- on, he was particularly fitted to be t member of the Congested Districts 3oard set up by the British for the 'nvestigation of and relief of people esiding in such districts. It was his v,,ork on this board of which the late i,relate was especially proud. He worked for and pleaded for the con- ';ests with all the force at his corn- sand, and failure was a word which md no place in his lexicon. Brought up in a Gaelic-speaking section of the country, Dr. O'Donnell was a native speaker of Gaelic, and he never lost an opportunity of for- warding the movement that did so :nuch to fire the imagination of the younger generation and to preserve the language as a bulwark of prog- ress. He was the first Irish bishop to :~sue a pastoral couched in the Irish tongue. Nor was this a mere ges- ture. In the years that followed he issued many a pastoral in Gaelic, and these always reflected a rich culture and constituted a series of models of exposition and masterpieces of Gaelic :phrase and form. His great mission was that of bring- ing about harmony. His keen intel- lect and his great experience of finance won for him the respect even of those who were bitterly resentful of all his ideas of nationalism. On his return from the United States after the Eucharistic Congress in Chicago Dr. O'Donnell was given a reception in his native Ulster and all SERVICE Not Our SLOGAN But Our BUSINESS denominations joined ir~ the welcome, was completely devoid of anything Upon his return from Rome, whither approaching pettiness. His patriotism he had proceeded in order to be ele- was ever ready to recognize sincerity rated to the Sacred College, the re- in political opponents and his great spect in which he was held by the gov- charity endowed him not with tol- ernment and people of Northern Ire- erance bt~ x~~th a certain sympathy land was manifested by the guard of for those who did not share his roll- honor composed of men of the Royal gious views but ~ho were sincere of Ulster Rifles drawn up to receive him belief. J.J. Hayes. as he alighted from the train at Armagh. We never expect anything in the There was not a church in Northern way of aotual results when A. B. Ireland of whatever denomination im Fall and his rich friends come to trial which, on the Sunday full'owing the but it's always interesting to learn Cardinal's death, tribute was not paid to his memory by the officiating about the latest styles in technicali- clergyman. 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