BISHOPS' ENGAGEMENTS Southwark
For Mgr. Amigo, Archbishop, Bishop of Southwark: Sunday, September 12. Leads Knights of St. Columba Pilgrimage to Canterbury. Tuesday, September 14. Visitation and Confirmation at Warlingham, 6.30 p.m. Wednesday, September 15. Attends meeting of Governors at St. Peter's School, Guildford. Saturday. September 18. Holds Ordination at St. John's Seminary, Wonersh.
For Mgr. King, Bishop of Portsmouth: Sunday. September 17. Sings Mass Ringwood a.m. Visitation and Confirmation at Brokenhurst p.m. Tuesday, September 14. Clothing Ceremony at the Convent of Mercy, Abingdon.
The following appointments are announced in the Archdiocese of Liverpool:
The Rev. M. Coleman to St. Alphonsus, Liverpool; the Revv. T. Moroney and R. Hilton to Christ the King, Liverpool. Newly ordained priests: the Rev. Ci. Grealey to the staff at Upholland College; the Rev. J. Moriarty to St. Vincent's, Derbyshire Hill: the Rev. E. McGuire to St. Mary Magdalen. Penwortham; the Rev. P. Murphy to Sacred Heart, Liverpool; the Rev. G. Brio to St. George's, Maghtill; the Rev. V. Karalus to Blessed Sacrament, Liverpool: the Rev. D. McLindon to St. Marie's, Widnes;
the Rev. A. Bullen to St. Mary's, Woolton; the Rev. F. Smith to St. Gregory's, Weld Bank, Chorley; the Rev. M. Ryan to St. Brigid's. Liverpool. and the Rev. D. Moynihan to Holy Cross, St. Helens.
Leeds The following appointments are officially announced in the diocese of Leeds: the Rev. M. V. O'Donovan from St. Anthony's, Beeston, to be parish priest of the new parish at Doncaster; the Rev. D. K. O'Mahoney from St. Mary's, to be parish priest of the new parish at Windhill. Shipley; the Rev. P. O'Halloran, to be parish priest of the new parish at Queensbury; the Rev. M. Pearse of Doncaster to the new parish at Rothwell; the Rev. P. J. Reeves of St. Augustine's. Leeds, to he Administrator of the new parish at Darton, Barnsley. Assistants: the Rev. D. V. McMahon to St. Patrick's, Leeds; the Rev. C. Finn to St. Catherine's, Sheffield; the Rev. M. McKay. to St. William's, Bradford; the Rev. J. O'Friel to Pontefract: the Rev. F. Wood to Goldthorpe; the Rev. J. Power. recently ordained. to St. William's Bradford; the Rev. P. Kelly, recently ordained, to St. Clare's, Bradford; the Rev. T. O'Brien, recently ordained, to Si. Mary's, Batley; the Rev. A. Cluderay, recently ordained, to St. Augustine's, Leeds; the Rev. P. Bolger. recently ordained, to St. Anthony's, Beeston.
The following appointments are announced in the diocese of Nottingham: the Rev. J. Kenny, parish priest of St. Joseph's. Retford, to be parish priest of The Annunciation, New Mills, Stockport. The folloa ing ',nests who have hitherto been Administrators of the parishes named are now appointed parish priests of these parishes: the Rev. T. A. I ynch, All Souls, East Kirby; the Rev. B. Shaw. St. Joseph's, New (Merton; the Rev. B. Mooney. the Good Shepherd, Woodthorpc; the Rev. G. Kelly. Knighton. Leicester; the Rev. E. ['Littman, St. 'Teresa's, Ansley, Nottingham; the Rev. J. McGillieuddy, St. Patrick's, Bircotes, Harworth; the Rev. V. Key, St. Saviour's, Coalville, Leicestershire; the Rev. P. O'Hanlon, Holy Rood. Market Resin, Lines; the Rev. E. Whitehouse, SS. John Fisher and Thomas More, Chapelen-le-Frith, with Tidesaell, Derbyshire: the Rev. T. O'Keefe, the Sacred Heart and Our Lady of he 11(11v Souls. Skegness, Lincs.
Augustinians of the Assumption
The following appointment is announced by the Augustinians of the Assumption: Fr, Bernard Rickett, A.A.. headmaster of St. Michael's. Hitchin, to be Headmaster of the Becket School, West Bridgeford, in succession to Mgr. Andrew Beck. A.A., Co-Adjutor Bishop elect of Brentwood.
ANNOUNCEMENTS Travelling Missions Northampton The Northampton Travelling Mission will visit on Sunday, September 19: West Haddon, Mass at Oak House, at ft a.m..'Yelverton, Mass in The Camp. at 9.30 a.m. and Braunston. Mass at 6, Archer Avenue, at 11 a.m. all in Northants.
A series of five conferences arranged by the Aquinas Society, will take place at the Holy Child Convent, Cavendish Square, W.I. on Saturday and Sunday, September 11 and 12. Saturday at 3 and 5 p.m. and Sunday. 11 a.m.. 3 and 5 p.m. Subject will he "God and his Creatures."
K.S.C. Annual Convention Other officers elected at the Annual Convention of the Knights of St. Columba arc, for the coming year: Mr. T. McMenemy, Supreme Chancellor, Mr. S. J. Mitton, Supreme Treasurer; Mr. W. J. Loughrey, K.S.G., Supreme Advocate. Mr. T. I.eyland continues on the K.S.C. Board ex officio as Past Supreme Knight.
At the Newman International Centre, 31, Portman Square, W.1, at 7 p.m. on Thursday, September 16, the Very Rev. Martin d'Arcy, will speak on " The Mind and Heart of Love."
A general business meeting of the Birmingham Diocesan Association of Catholic Trade Unionists will be held at 3.30 p.m. on Sunday. September 12 in St. Chad's Hall, Bath Street, Birmingham. All members are invited to attend.
The film " Visitation " on the work of the Medical Missionaries of Mary will be shown al the Classic Cinema. Baker Street, on Sunday. September 19, at 2.30. Doors open 2 p.m.