“The new building had been so far completed in the summer of 1912 that we could think of moving in in the autumn. We settled upon the 8 September.
On the evening before, I fetched the Blessed Sacrament from the chapel of the old study house and took it to the chapel of the new house. This meant that the old house was now vacated, as was the Chapel of St Michael, which had been used until then as a secondary chapel for the celebration of Mass when a large number of priests came to visit us. So it was completely empty and was even somewhat neglected.“