SIR,—It is hardly just to the community which he represents for your Irish correspondent to retail some extraordinary doings of an individual Irish priest without at the same time showing whether or not he has a responsible position that would lend weight to his words and actions. In the present instance the said Fr. 0. Flanagan has no such position as he has been suspended from his office. It would seem that your correspondent will next give publicity to the doings of apostate priests.