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Page 5, 10th April 1952 — EPISCOPAL ENGAGEMENTS
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EPISCOPAL ENGAGEMENTS

Cardinal Griffin : Good Friday. Cathedral: Presides at Mass of the Pre-Sanctified, 10.30 a.m.; presides at Tenehrae, 5.30 pin. Holy Saturday. Cathedral: Presides at Capitular Mass. 11.15 a.m. Sunday. Sings Pontifical Terce and Solemn Mass and imparts Papal blessing with plenary pardon, 10 a.m.; presides at Compline, preaches and assists at Solemn Benediction, 7 p.m. Thursday. St. Paul's Convent, Selly Park : Presides at golden jubilee ceremony, 9.30 a.m.; Dorchester Hotel: Attends annual dinner of Westminster branch of Guild of St. Luke, SS. Cosmas and Damian, 7.30 p.m. Saturday, April 19. Tavistock Restaurant, London : Attends annual dinner of Guild of St. Francis of Sales, 7 p.m.

Mgr. Masterson, Archbishop of Birmingham: Easter Sunday. Pontifical High Mass in the Cathedral, 10.30 a.m.; Pontifical Vespers in the Cathe dral, 6.30 p.m. Monday. Pontifical Low Mass in the Cathedral. (Easter Monday Communion for men), 9 a.m. Tuesday. Profession ceremony at the Convent, Stroud.Wednesday. Deans' meeting at Archbishop's House, 11.30 a.m. Thursday. Pontifical Low Mass at St. Paul's Convent, Selly Park, Birmingham, for the golden jubilee of Rev. Mother General, 9.30 a.m. Friday. April 18. Meeting at Archbishop's House of the governors of Cotton College, 3 p.m, Mgr. King, Bishop of Portsmouth: Good Friday. Sings Mass of the PreSanctified at St. Peter's, Winchester,

10 a.m. Holy Saturday. Blesses new fire, Easter water and sings Pontifical High Mass at St. Peter's. Winchester, 11 p.m. Easter Sunday. Sings Vespers and gives Pontifical Benediction at St. Peter's, Winchester, 6.30 p.m. Thursday. Presides at Iligh Mass at St. John's Cathedral, Portsmouth for the Chapter meeting, 11 a.m

Mgr. Ellis, Bishop of Nottingham: Easter Sunday. Celebrates Pontifical High Mass and preaches at the Cathedral. Thursday. Attends headmasters' conference at Ratcliffe College, Leicestershire. Friday, April 18. Presentation to Fr. J. Coyne, former parish priest at St. Paul's, Nottingham, in All Souls' Hall, Lenton Boulevard.

Mgr. Parker, Bishop of Northampton: Easter Sunday. Cathedral; Sings Pontifical Mass and imparts Papal blessing, 1 I a.m.; presides at Vespers and preaches, 6.30 p.m. Tuesday. Attends Catentan interprovincial dinner in London, evening. Sunday, April 20. Peterborough: Holds ordination. 11 a.m.

Mgr. Cowderoy, Bishop of Southwark: Easter Sunday. Celebrates Solemn Pontifical Mass and imparts Papal blessing in Pro-Cathedral, 11 a.m.; presides at Vespers. preaches and gives Benediction in Pro-Cathedral, 630 p.m. Saturday, April 19. Lays foundation stone of new church at Camberwell, 4 p.m.

ORDINATIONS

English College Rome: Mgr. Aloysius Traglia, Archbishop or Caesarea, Vice Gerent, at the Basilica of Twelve Apostles conferred the Subdiaconate on Revs. James Broome and Maurice Groh. TRAVELLING MISSIONS Brentwood: On Easter Sunday Mass will be said at the Three Ways Cafe, Burrs Hamlet. at 8 a.m., and in the Recreation Hut, Greenacre Camp, Wormingford, at 9.30 a.m, On Low Sunday the Mission will visit the villages of Danbury and South Woodham instead of on March 30, when snowdrifts made travelling impossible. Southwark: The Mission will this week visit: 1. Bosham, parish of Chichester. Mass will be said on Easter Sunday at the Village Hall at 8 a.m. 2. Westbourne, parish of Chichester. Mass on Sunday at " Deep Springs" at 9 a.m.

OBITUARY FR. J. P. MURPHY, C.M.

Fr. James Patrick Murphy, Vincentian, who has died at Sunday's Well, Cork, aged 45, taught for a period at St. Mary's Training College for= future teachers at Strawberry Hill, Twickenham.

Born in Ireland, Fr. Murphy was educated there and at St. Vincent's College, Gateacre, Liverpool, and was ordained in 1932.

From Strawberry Hill he returned to Ireland, but returned to give many missions in England and Scotland.

FR. M. MULVANY, 0.M.1.

Fr. Michael Mulvany, O.M.I., Superior at the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, Kingswood, Bristol, died last week. He was 42.

Fr. Mulvany was born in Ireland, ordained in Jersey, and served first at the Sacred Heart Church, Kilburn, London. After seven years there he was appointed to St. Anne's, Rock Ferry, Cheshire, and in 1946 became Superior at Cinderford, Glos.

His brother, Fr. John Murray, 0.M.I., is Superior at Rock Ferry.

FR. M. CONLON

Fr. Michael Conlon. parish priest, of Alfreton, Derbyshire, died last week at the age of 35 in the Mansfield General Hospital. A fortnight ago Fr. Conlon was found lying near his motor cycle at Somercotes. At first it was thought that he had been in a road accident but in fact his collapse was due to natural causes.

Born in Ireland, Fr. Conlon was ordained for the Nottingham diocese in 1943. He served successively at Corpus Christi Church, Cleethorpes, St. Philip Neri's, Mansfield, and Our Lady and St. Patrick's, as assistant priest. and was appointed parish priest of the Church of Christ the 3Cing. Alfreton, last July.

MRS. M. E. MAHON Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Mahon, whose death is announced, was among the first students at Sedgely Park Training College when it was opened in 1903 and she taught for some years at St. Joseph's School, Salford. Her husband, Mr. G. is Mahon, was for 35 years a lecturer at St. Mary's Training College, Strawberry Hill, until his death in 1947. Requiem Mass was offered by her youngest son, Fr. Gerald Mahon, of the Mill Hill Fathers.




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