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The Angelus and Lourdes

"The Angelus and The Lourdes Centenary" is the title of an article by Cardinal Valeri which has been translated at the Apostolic Delegation in Wimbledon and published as a pamphlet by the Salesian Press, London, S.W. II. No price is given, but it cannot be more than a few pence. Archbishop Godfrey of WestmInster.-Tuesday and Wednesday: Presides at Low Week Meeting of the Hierarchy, Archbishop's House. Archbishop King, Bishop of v Portsmouth. Monday: Clothing m cereony, Nativity

Maidenhead, 11 a.m. Tuesday and Convent, en, Wednesday; Attends Hierarchy Meeting, Westminster. Thursday : Clothing ceremony, Sainte Union Convent, Highgate. Friday, April 18 to Wednesday, April 3t): Visitation and Confirmation, Jersey, C.I. Archbishqp Grimsbaw of Birmingham Sunday: Confirmation and Pontifical Benediction, St. Joseph's, Darlaston, 3 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday; Low Week Meeting of

the Hierarchy. Wednesday: Leads Christian Brothers' School Pilgrimage to Lourdes (returns to London April Archbishop Heenan of Liverpool. -Tuesday and Wednesday: Attends Hierarchy meeting, Westminster. Bishop Flynn of Lancaster.-Tuesday and Wednesday: Attends Hierarchy Meeting, London.

Bishop Petit of Menevia.-Tuesday and Wednesday: Attends Low Week Meeting of the Hierarchy, Westminster. Wednesday: Attends annual dinner of K.S.C., Westminster Central Province. Sunday, April 20: Visitation and Confirmation, Abergele.

Bishop Ellis of Nottingham.Sunday : Attends Ukrainian Easter Mass, Cathedral, 1.30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday : Attends Low Week Hierarchy Meeting.

Bishop Parker of Northampton.Sunday: Presides and preaches at Cutenian Jubilee Mass, St. Augustine s, High VSycombe, 12 noon; visitation and Confirmation, Our Lady's, Burnham, 6.30'p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday: Attends Hierarchy Meeting, Westminster. Sunday, Apia 20: Visitation, St. John's, Norwich, 11 a.m.; attends meeting of S.V.P., p.m.; Confirmation, 6,30 p.m.

Bishop Beck of Salford.-Sunday: Presides at Northern Regional Conference of Catholic Marriage Advisory Council, Loreto Convent, Manchester, and addresses delegates, 11.30 a.m. Monday: Presides at Catholic Education Council Annual General Meeting, London, 2.45 p.m. Tuesday and VVednesday: Attends Hierarchy Meeting at Westminster. Thursday : Says Requiem Mass for Bishop Marshall, Cathedral, 11 a.m.

Bishop Brunner of Middlesbrough. -Monday: Returns from Lourdes. Tuesday and Wednesday: Attends Low Week Meeting of the Hierarchy.

Bishop Wall of Brentwood.Tuesday ; Attends Low Week Hierarchy Meeting; attends reception of the Hierarchy. Archbishop's House. 6 p.m. Wednesday: Attends Low Week Hierarchy Meeting.

Travelling Missions

Westminster--Mass on Sunday at the church of the Annunciation, High Street, Stanstead Abbots, at 8.30 a.m.; at The Cabin, Cuffley, at 10.15 a.m.; and at the Village Hall, Ashwell. at 5.30 p.m.

Brentwood.-Mass on Sunday at Mrs. Hinchcliff, Birch, at 8.45 a.m. and at British Legion Club, Tollesbury, at 10.15 a.m.; and at Memorial Hall, Felsted, at 8.45 a.m. and at Men's Institute, Stehhing, at 10.15 a.m. Next week the mission will visit Boated, Ardleigh. Butes, and Belchamp Walter.

Meaty's. From today (Friday) until Sunday, Fr. Conroy, C.SS.R., will visit Pembroke Dock district ; Fr. Doyle, C.SS.R., Llanfair C. and Llanfyllin.

Nottingham.-Mass on Sunday at Winteringham at 8.30 a.m.; at Willoughton at 11 a.m,; and at Clayworth at 5.30 p.m. During the week Fr. Nicholson, S.C.J., will visit Sutton-on-Trent area.

Northampton. Mass tomorrow (Saturday) at Bates', Mertonmead. lbstone, at 9 a.m. Mass on Sunday at W.I. Hut, Stokenchurch, Bucks., at 9 a.m.: at Dr. Debenhant's, Hadleigh Road, Boxford, Suffolk, at 9 a.m.: and at Cutting's, 2 Egremont Street, Glemsford, at 11 a.m. Next week: Aston Clinton, Waddesdon, Orford district. Nottingham.-Mass on Sunday at Boothby Hall at 8.30 a.m.; at British Legion Hall, Ancaster. at 10.30 a.m.; and at Village Hall,

Billinghorough, at 5.30 p.m. Next week Fr. Murray, S.CJ., will visit Bottesford, Barkston, and Eastwell.

Appointments

Liverpool: Archbishop Heenan of Liverpool has appointed Mgr. J. F. Turner, M.A., to succeed the late Bishop Joseph Halsall as parish priest of SS. Peter and Paul, Great Crosby. Mgr. Turner was ordained priest in 1921, and after three years at Cambridge University was appointed to the staff of Upholland College in 1924. In 1928 he was appointed Headmaster of the school at Upholland, and in 1939 vice-rector of the College. He succeeded Mgr. Joseph Dean as rector in 1939.

The Archbishop has appointed Fr. Sidney Francis Breen to succeed Mgr. Turner as Rector of Upholland. Ordained priest in 1940, Fr. Breen served for two years as a curate at St. Oswald's, Ashton in Makerlield, before being appointed to the staff at Upholland in 1942, In 1945 be was seconded to the staff of the Bede College (Rome) which was in residence at Upholland, as Professor of Philosophy. H. Breen later held the chair of philosophy at Upholland. He was appointed procurator of the college In 1955 and Vice-Rector in 1957.




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