I am just in receipt of a letter from Sister M. Leonard, in which she fully explains their uncomfortable situation, and feeling obliged to relieve them at once I considered it more satisfactory to communicate with you and would suggest that the old lady be brought to the House here in Kingston where she will receive good care and every attention her weak state demands. She can come with the Sisters. But to allow the Sisters to remain with her circumstanced as she is at present would hardly be just.
I have not written the Sisters not knowing what to advise but I rely on your judgment and kindness for the settling of the affair and ask you, Rev. Father, to counsel the Sisters how to proceed.