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In this image made available by Sheppard's Irish Auction House made available on Wednesday May 14, 2014 shows Rev. Joseph Leonard with Jacqueline Kennedy at All Hallows College in Dublin Ireland in 1950.  Letters written by Jacqueline Kennedy to an Irish priest have revealed new details about her closely guarded private thoughts. The letters are set to be auctioned next month and could fetch up to $1.6 million. The more than 30 letters were written to the Rev. Joseph Leonard. They were recently discovered in a drawer at All Hallows College. In one, she questioned her faith after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. "I am so bitter against God," she wrote a few months after the assassination of her husband. (AP Photo/Sheppard's Irish Auction House) NO ARCHIVE ONE TIME USE ONLY  ONLY TO BE USE IN CONNECTION WITH STORY RELATED TO THE AUCTION

In this image made available by Sheppard's Irish Auction House made available on Wednesday May 14, 2014 shows Rev. Joseph Leonard with Jacqueline Kennedy at All Hallows College in Dublin Ireland in 1950. Letters written by Jacqueline Kennedy to an Irish priest have revealed new details about her closely guarded private thoughts. The letters are set to be auctioned next month and could fetch up to $1.6 million. The more than 30 letters were written to the Rev. Joseph Leonard. They were recently discovered in a drawer at All Hallows College. In one, she questioned her faith after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. "I am so bitter against God," she wrote a few months after the assassination of her husband. (AP Photo/Sheppard's Irish Auction House) NO ARCHIVE ONE TIME USE ONLY ONLY TO BE USE IN CONNECTION WITH STORY RELATED TO THE AUCTION

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